Summer Camp at the Berkshire Museum

2020 Summer Camps

The Berkshire Museum presents an exciting variety of summer camp offerings, including hands-on experiences in robotics, animation, forensics, natural science, and even magic!

Early bird registration for Museum members opens Monday, January 13.
Registration opens to the public on Wednesday, March 11.

Become a member today to take advantage of early bird registration and save $25 on each summer camp – and enjoy free Museum admission all year!

One-Day Workshop $55 ($50 members) per day
Half-day Camps $150 ($125 members) per camp, per week
Full-day Camps $250 ($225 members) per camp, per week

Scroll to the bottom of this page for complete registration details.

CIT Program

The Berkshire Museum is pleased to offer a limited number of counselor-in-training positions for the 2019 season, open to campers age 13+. Acting as peer mentors, CITs will have the opportunity to participate in all camp activities, while assisting camp counselors with set-up, clean-up, classroom management, and other projects as needed.

$150 per week for full day camp enrollment
For more information, call 413-443-7171 ext. 332.
Please note that camperships are not currently available for the CIT program.

Registration Information

One-day Workshops $55 ($50 members) per day
Half-day Camps $150 ($125 members) per week
Full-day Camps $250 ($225 members) per week

Registration includes a $50 non-refundable administrative fee. Partial refunds (minus the administrative fee) are available for cancellations up to four weeks prior to the first day of camp. No refunds will be given for cancellations within four weeks of the first day of camp. Campers should be entering the indicated camp grade in September, 2020.

Learn and play all day!

Combine a morning and afternoon session for a full day of camp, and we’ll provide a supervised lunchtime (campers bring their own bag lunches).

Camperships available!

Call 413.443.7171, ext. 336, for information on camp scholarships. Camperships are made available through the support of the Katharine L.W. and Winthrop M. Crane, 3D Charitable Foundation.