The Museum offers a week long summer camp four times throughout the summer. Our camp provides activities for children that enrich their understanding of history alongside the fundamentals of math and science. This camp covers a time period in Raleigh’s history each day. For example, starting with the antebellum period on Mondays campers learn about plantation life with a visit to a local Raleigh historic site then finish the week with present day Raleigh touring downtown’s tallest skyscraper. Each day campers finish back at the COR museum and with the help of engineers and LEGOs® participants will learn basic engineering concepts that took us from one time period to the next including simple machines such as levers to pulleys.
This camp for ages 9 to 12 is a great way to spend a week this summer! For more information please call Kimberly Floyd at 919-996-3023 or the museum’s main line at 919-996-2220.
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