Camp History: Revolutionary Encampment, 1782

Camps
Camp History: Revolutionary Encampment, 1782
Session 2: August 19–23, 9 am – 4 pm


Session 2: August 19–23, 9 am – 4 pm (rising 6th, 7th, and 8th grade) SOLD OUT 
$600 ($550 for Family Members)
Limited financial aid available
Waitlist available, email requests to camphistory@nyhistory.org

Learn more and register your camper!

Calling all middle school patriots! In conjunction with our exhibition Revolutionary Summer, campers will time travel to Verplanck’s Point in 1782 and explore George Washington’s camp tent from the Revolutionary War. Every day, campers will be immersed in crafts and creative projects to learn about camp life during the war and experience the lives of soldiers, camp followers, spies, and more. Plus, they will create “lost” journals and letters from real or fictional characters from the American Revolution, then archivally preserve them as museum artifacts.

Early bird special: Register by May 3 and receive a $50 discount.

Questions? Email camphistory@nyhistory.org

Cancellation Policy: Full refunds minus a $50 processing fee will be granted to registrants who cancel by Monday, June 10, 2019. No full or partial refunds will be granted after that date.

Disclaimer: A complimentary membership ticket may not be used toward this program.

Creative: Tronvig Group