The National Museum of the Pacific War invites students entering 4th through 6th grade to attend the museum’s inaugural summer day camp! The deadline to register is June 3rd. WWII Summer Camp is a great opportunity for budding historians, as well as kids who just like to have fun. Campers will get up-close and personal with the museum’s education collection, including authentic clothing, weapons, posters, vehicles, and other artifacts from the 1940’s. Daily special guests – including a WWII veteran – will help campers experience a variety of WWII topics. Please visit the website for more detailed information.
Camp will run from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm, Monday through Friday. The fee for each child to participate is $50 and $35 for each additional sibling. Please plan for your camper to attend all week. There is a limit of 20 campers and registration is first come, first serve. A waiting list will be instituted once camp is full. Parents will be notified if spots become available.