Overnight Camp Ins
Night at the Museum
See captivating artifacts such as a 1920s trolley and sleep beneath a replica of a Seminole Chickee, as you embark on a fun-filled overnight adventure while camping amidst the museum's exhibitions. Camp-ins include arts and crafts, skits and other hands-on-activities. The program begins at 6pm on Friday and concludes at 9am the next morning.
Choose from one of the following themes and book today!
Florida's Fab Femmes: Women in History
Some call it girl power, others women’s rights, but we call it all Women’s History! Join us as we explore the museums galleries while re-enacting the stories of famous and influential South Florida women. Sounds like a great slumber party!
Sea Legs 101: Pirates in our Midst
Arrr matey! Did you know that Florida’s history is teeming with tales of pirates from near and far? Pack your overnight bag, because it’s going to take a whole night to explore our galleries, build a pirate ship and maybe become a pirate yourself!
Camp Fire Tales: Stories of the Wild, Wild South
From brave Spanish explorers, runaways from the law, to Seminoles attacking and setting fire to the Cape Florida lighthouse, South Florida’s history is full of tales of adventure and ghostly intrigue. We’ll take care of the flashlights if you bring your sleeping bag for this exciting program.
Explore south Florida's history through the eyes of an archeologist. Learn about Tequesta Native Americans, the Miami Circle archeological site, and make your own fossil!
*We require a minimum of 20 students with a maximum of 60. One teacher or chaperone admitted free per 10 students. Additional chaperones $15.