Camps & Programs (ages 5-12)
Join us for a week of Witchcraft and Wizardry at Ireland House Museum this March Break! We’ll be sorted into houses, decorate magic wands, learn magical games, and attend fun classes to improve our magical skills. Each day we will enjoy a visit from a special guest, too! Take a look at our class schedule:
Monday, March 12 – Ancient Runes & History of Magic
We will decorate our own magic wands, follow ancient Runes to locate a hidden treasure, and learn a magic trick or two with Juggle Magic!
Tuesday, March 13 – Astronomy & Potions
We will learn about the constellations and try designing our own, make a Book of Potions, and try mixing some with Mad Science!
Wednesday, March 14 – Charms & Defence Against the Dark Arts
We will be practicing a few basic charms with our wands, discovering our Patronus animals, and learning some self defence with the Canadian Martials Arts Centre!
Thursday, March 15 – Muggle Studies & Care of Magical Creatures
We will tour an old muggle house, make a Monster Book of Monsters, and enjoy learning about new animals with Hands On Exotics!
Friday, March 16 – Divination & Herbology
We will make crystal balls, create a baby mandrake, and learn about different plants and their uses with Dundurn National Historic Site staff!
Time: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm daily
Age: 5 – 12 years
Cost: $225/week, or $50/day
Extended Care: 8:00 am – 9:00 am at $6/child, and 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm at $6/child
Museum members receive 25% off of the camp fee! Extended hours excluded.
Activities and special guests subject to change.
Register for the FULL WEEK
Register by the DAY
For more information, please call 905-332-9888 to speak with an Educator.
PA Day Camps at IRELAND HOUSE MUSEUM
Museums of Burlington offers PA Day Camps throughout the school year. Each one has a different and engaging theme for your campers to enjoy!
TIME: 9:00am - 4:00pm
Upcoming Camps for 2017 - 2018:
September 25 - It's a Pirate's Life For Me
October 6 - Animal Planet
November 24 - Myths and Legends
February 2 - Hawaiian Luau
February 16 - '80s Party
WHAT CAN YOU EXPECT AT CAMP?
Camp at the Museums of Burlington is a fun-filled, highly interactive experience for children to learn, meet new friends and leave a lasting impression for years to come. Throughout the year we offer children different camp experiences to correspond with their free time during the school year as well as in the summer. For instance, during the school year we offer a March Break Camp as well as additional camps on PA days and in the summer we offer five camps during July and August.
The Museums of Burlington have designed our camps in a way that each camp has a theme for the week and each day pertains to the overall theme. But what is great is that every day is an individual day with different activities so that if you only wish to come to camp one day, a few days or all the days, you won’t miss out on a thing! The camps are a way to build on skills and develop new approaches to concepts, ideas and even different media. So every day of camp is a new experience!
Our camp day begins at 9:00 am and ends at 4:00 pm, accommodating morning and mid-afternoon nutrition breaks as well as a lunch time. Nutrition items and lunches are NOT provided.
Please be aware that the Museums of Burlington programs are peanut free!
We also ask parents to send children appropriately dressed and protected for the weather via winter or summer gear!
Please note that the cost and times of camps may change at any time. Please call ahead to inquire.
*****NOTE: Camp at the Museums of Burlington is very popular but has limited space available. Please call to pre-register for camp in order to save a place on our list. Thank you.
Lego Club is a supervised drop-off program one Sunday per month between 1:30 pm and 3:30 pm. Cost is $10/child (ages 5 - 12). For more information please call 905-332-9888.
Upcoming Dates 2017 - 2018:
October 15 - Pirates
November 5 - Inventions
January 14 - Jungle
February 11 - Mighty Machines
Please note: Not recommended for children under 5.
Please call 905-332-9888 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.