Holiday Camps at the Arboretum
The NEWEST addition to our family programming at the Dallas Arboretum, Holiday Camps are 2 hour sessions throughout the year that feature hands-on discovery around science topics related to seasonal holidays.
August 2020: At this time we are not offering holiday camps. We will update our website as changes are made.
Holiday Camps are 2 hour sessions throughout the year that feature hands-on discovery around science topics related to seasonal holidays. Classes also include full access to the Main Garden and Rory Meyers Children’s Adventure Garden (March – December). Morning and afternoon sessions are offered for each program. Classes are designed for parents and children, Kindergarten-5th grade.
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|Parking||$15 (day of)
$10 (Pre-pay online)
Pricing may vary as indicated for some programs.
Each event includes full access to Main and Children’s Adventure Gardens. (March-December)
See What Parents Are Saying
“ My child learned something new every day. He had a great time, and he made new friends. After hearing about it, I was satisfied that it was a worthwhile learning experience to keep him engaged with science over the summer.”
“ My daughter loved your program! She came home with wonderful art projects and had many scientific facts to share. Everyone was helpful and accommodating. We will definitely be back next year for more weeks! Wish we had signed up for more than one!”
“ My daughter really had positive things to say at the end of each day, and she’s told me some things she learned about bugs even WEEKS after she attended. It must have really engaged her!”
“ There is always a good balance of classroom time and outdoor time.”
“ My son said it was the ‘best camp of all summer’ and he’s done a lot of camps! ”
“ I felt very comfortable with the drop off and pick up. It was very well done. The curriculum was also excellent. My son learned a lot and had a great time in the process. The camp counselors were very friendly and helpful.”