Welcome to the Explorium of Lexington
The Explorium will be OPEN March 6 for snow day camps at 8:30 and for family visits at 10.
It's time to register for Spring Break camps! They'll be here before you know it.
Spring Break is from March 30-April 3. There's fun for everyone!
Pre-K Nursery Rhyme Time
Act out your favorite stories and learn some new ones, all while having fun and making new friends! Our youngest campers will play, create, and discover!
K-2 The Pirate's Parrots
Kids will act like pirates all week long! Collect valuable look from ship captains and make them walk the plank! Find Blackbeard's buried treasure and learn to talk pirate. Aargh Matey!
3-5 Contraption Creators
Put your thinking caps on and learn about important inventions. Kids will create their own from simple machines to robots. See what you can invent with just a few key materials.
Camps are all week long, but can be prorated if kids want to attend just a few days. Full and half day options are available. Drop off begins at 8:00 and camp begins at 9:00. Half day campers are picked up between 12:00-12:30. Full day campers are picked up between 5:00-5:30. Full day camps are $215; $195 - members. Half day camps are $107.50; $97.50 - members.
To register, call us at 859-258-3253.
If you are enjoying a staycation this Spring Break, we've got fun programs everyday.
Programs are from 12:30-2:00 and are free with Museum admission.
Monday - Chemistry Adventures - explore the world of chemistry
Tuesday - Future Vet with Banfield Pet Hospital Veterian (presentation from 12:30-1:30 activities to follow)
Wednesday - Goofin' Around with Cambo the Clown
Thursday - Glowing Art - make your own glow in the dark creations
Friday - Shake It Off - a dance party for all ages.
The Explorium will be OPEN during spring break Monday - Saturday 10-5; Sunday 1-5.
Are you already planning for summer? You won't want to miss out on our fun camps!
Click here for a complete listing ofSummer Camps 2015.
The Kentucky Arts Council, the state arts agency, supports the Explorium with state tax dollars and federal funding
from the National Endowment for the Arts.