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Adventures in Nature: Bio Builders (Session 2)

Thursday, January 4–Friday, January 5, 2024 | 9 am–3 pm
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Thursday, January 4–Friday, January 5, 2024 | 9 am–3 pm

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$135 Members
$150 Non-members
Afternoon Extended Care (3-5 PM): $30

Adventure in Nature Winter Camp: Bio Builders

Why do things form in nature the way they do? This winter break, we will dig into our planet's crust and explore how and why the earth looks the way it does! In this two-day session, campers will explore everything from the dazzling formation of minerals, to weird and wonderful structures built by animals, and much more. We will go behind-the-scenes with museum scientists to help find answers on why our planet works the way it does!

  • Who: Campers in Grades K - 5
  • Where: In-person, at the Natural History Museum!
  • When:  Session 2 - Thursday, January 4 – Friday, January 5, 2024 (9 am – 3 pm)



Please note: Session 1 (1/2-1/3) and Session 2 (1/4-1/5) will be duplicate experiences. We do not recommend signing your camper up for both sessions.

Registration Details: Please note, our ticketing system will only allow you to register one participant, for one camp session per transaction. To register multiple participants, you will need to complete a separate transaction for each. Cancellations must be received at least 2 weeks prior to program start date to receive a full refund. Contact info@nhm.org with any questions.

Adventures in Nature is made possible with support from LADWP and Hitachi SCRCAC.

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