Like Leonardo da Vinci himself, the Leonardo is known for mixing art with science—and your kids can be part of the action by enrolling in one of the museum’s summer camps. Camps focus on art, science and technology in brand new, interactive ways. This June, teens can create legal street art, while your youngest ones can make their very own snow.
Camps are offered June–August and range from $145–$265.
Here are some of our favorites:
$155, June 23–25, ages 14–18
Teens work side-byside with artists who have had an impact on the local street-art scene and try their hand at different techniques while creating their own on-the-street masterpiece.
Magic or Science: No Wand Required!
$225, June 23–25, ages 6–9
At this camp, kids will get to turn a flame their favorite colors, capture lighting in their palms and make their own snow. It all ends with a Leo Magic Show starring the campers.
Girls Full STEAM Ahead
$195, July 7–11, ages 9–12 (girls only)
This science camp is for girls by girls. Female scientists and engineers introduce girls to nano science using art, technology and games.
Click here to see all of the camps available.