Summer Camps Ages 4-5

Save your place now for a fun summer camp!

Individual day camps are $55 per day and weeklong day camps range from $225 to $350 each. Space Center Houston Members and NASA employees receive 10 percent off year-round by entering their special discount code. Stay informed about upcoming events and special offers by signing up for our newsletter.


Weeklong camps


Discovery Science I

June 6-10, June 20-24, July 4-8, July 18-22, Aug. 1-5, Aug. 15-19

The all new Discovery Science Series combines our best age-appropriate single-day camps into one amazing weeklong adventure. The only summer camp experience designed to grow with your camper each year. This weeklong camp includes Astronaut Training I, Ooey Gooey Gross & Slimey, Robot Ruckus, Rocket Kids and Cosmic Art.

Campers will train like an astronaut, explore the weird and wonderful world of chemistry while uncovering the mystery of Oobleck. Youngsters will get a little messy as they will conduct hands-on experiments and blast off into the world of amazing science.

Start discovering today.

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Seuss Science

June 27-July 1, July 25-29

There’s no place like space you say? Dr. Seuss is more than a master of rhymes. He makes science and space fun! Campers will experience the best of Dr. Seuss, gain a love for space and learn about the weather and how to make the world a better place. Dr. Seuss made this all possible with his masterful works.

Sign-up for Seuss.

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The A-Z’s of Space

June 13-17, July 11-15, Aug. 8-12

“A” is for astronaut; “B” is for blast-off, “C” is for cosmos, but that’s not all there is to know about space. Campers will learn about the solar system, what it takes to travel in outer space and use all of their senses to explore Earth and beyond.

Easy as 1, 2, 3 to register.

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Individual camps


Astronaut Training I

June 6, 20; July 4, 18; Aug. 1, 15

How do astronauts train to go to space? Discover the physical health requirements for astronauts and tackle our “Astronaut Training” obstacle course designed for young cadets. Find out how astronauts eat, sleep and shower in space.

Initiate training.

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Cosmic Art

June 9, 23; July 7, 21; Aug. 4, 18

Young campers will have the time of their lives as they use their hands and creativity to make unbelievable space artwork. Using the elements of art, Cosmic Art offers a terrific bridge between earth and space science, as well as a wonderful dive into the potential of science to inspire art and art to empower science!

Ready to create?

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Oooey Gooey Gross and Slimey

June 8, 22; July 6, 20; Aug. 3, 17

Behold, budding mad scientists: The Space Center laboratory awaits. Come explore the weird and wonderful world of chemical science, experience the power of electricity, uncover the mystery of Oobleck and get a little messy with some cool hands-on experiments.

Sign up for weird chemistry.

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Robot Ruckus

June 10, 24; July 8, 22; Aug. 5, 19

Power up and enter the world of robots. Campers will discover how NASA uses robots to help explore the solar system. They will build a robotic rover and even enjoy a little robot-style dancing!

Register for robots.

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Rocket Kids

June 7, 21; July 5, 19; Aug. 2, 16

3 … 2 … 1 … blastoff! Campers will launch air, water and balloon rockets, build their own rocket racers and participate in rocket relays. Explore behind the scenes on a tour to NASA’s Rocket Park to see the Saturn V rocket — the largest ever built — that powered the first Apollo astronauts into space!

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Contact Reservations at 281-283-4755 or reservations@spacecenter.org for more information.