MOSH combines education and entertainment in our annual spring, summer and winter camps. Each camp encourages student curiosity and exploration as we venture around the Museum. Our highly-trained MOSH Educators utilize the entire Museum to make each camp engaging for children of all ages.


March 9 — 13

Camp Times:
9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Cost of Camps:
$164 for MOSH Members / $205 for Non-Members

Participant Ages:
Currently enrolled in K — 5th Grade
Register your child for the grade level they are currently enrolled in.


Rollie Robots & Crazy Coasters!

Looking for something exciting to do this Spring Break? Spring into Science at MOSH! Campers will get to drive rolling robots, construct the wildest roller coasters that they can imagine, and learn amazing engineering skills!

Cost: $164 for MOSH Members / $205 for Non-Members


Robots & Roller Coasters!

Looking for something exciting to do this Spring Break? Spring into Science at MOSH! Campers will get to program robots to explore a gigantic map of Mars, construct crazy roller coasters, and take a field trip to Sally Corps, a local STEM Lab!

Cost: $164 for MOSH Members / $205 for Non-Members

General Information

  • Kindergarten camps have a maximum of 15 students. All other camps have a maximum of 20 students, with the exception of “If I Ran the MOSH”, which has a maximum of 10 students.
  • There are 3 youth volunteers with kindergarten camps and 2 youth volunteers for other camps.
  • Teachers are all Florida certified either public or private school teachers
  • Campers bring their own morning snack and lunch; there is no afternoon snack
  • Campers can be dropped off as early as 7:30 a.m. for morning care at no charge
  • Extended care from 3:30 – 5 p.m. has a $10 charge (Regular pickup ends at 3:30 p.m.)
  • Campers go outside for recess from 12 p.m. – 12:30 p.m.
  • Campers have museum time during the week; they will also see science and planetarium shows

In order to reserve a spot for your child in camp, payment must be made ahead of time. Once a camp is full no further tickets will be available for purchase. Please contact the MOSH Camp Director at 904.396.6674 x 213 to place your name on the waiting list for a particular camp. 

Refund Policy: Cancellations made at least two weeks prior to the event are eligible to be rescheduled or refunded; cancellations made with less than two weeks’ notice are eligible to be rescheduled, but no refunds will be given. No credit or refunds will be given for no shows/no calls.

Extended Day PolicyCamper pick-up later than 5 p.m. is subject to a $20 late pick-up fee per child. Late pick-up fees must be paid in order for campers to return to camp.

Camp FAQs

Campers will spend their time in the classroom, in the museum and outside in some instances for their camp. They will fill their day learning about the topic at hand through hands-on demonstrations, experiments and crafts. Children will have free time to explore the museum exhibits and will be able to attend at least one science show, animal show or planetarium show. Space week includes off-site field trips (see below).

K-8th grade campers will go outside for a 30 minute supervised recess to release energy, or to perform certain science experiments but will remain indoors the majority of the day.

MOSH camp instructors are hired summer-only instructors. MOSH hires certified teachers who have undergone fingerprint screening and background checks.

For Kindergarten camps there is one teacher for every 15 campers along with three Teen Interns assisting in the classroom. For all other camps, there will be one teacher for every 20 campers with two Teen Interns assisting in the classroom.

The teacher and teen intern to camper ratio during the field trip is one to five.

We take up to 20 children in each class.

MOSH offers early morning and late afternoon child care to accommodate working parents. During extended day sessions, campers have free play during which they can play games, draw and color or watch a movie.

MOSH does not serve snacks. Parents are responsible for supplying a mid-morning snack.

Parents are welcome to pick up their children for lunch. We do ask that if parents want to eat with their child they go out to the park or off the premises to eat. We also ask that parents let MOSH staff know in the morning if they would like to have lunch with their child that day.

MOSH has planned for campers in grades K-5th participating in Space Week to visit the Kennedy Space Center.

MOSH uses air-conditioned school buses for its field trips.

Campers are not recommended to bring personal electronic devices to camp. However, campers enrolled in extended day may bring personal items, including electronics, as long as it does not cause problems. Campers may not play with personal items in the camp classrooms. If personal items become a distraction, they may be taken away and will be returned to the parent at the end of the day. Please be aware that MOSH will not be held responsible for lost, broken or stolen personal items. The child is solely responsible for all personal items, including money that is brought to camp.