2021 Twin Cities Summer Camps: Culture & History Camps


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More Culture & History Camps

American Swedish Institute | Minneapolis
Day Camps for Ages 6-10 and multi-day camps for a variety of ages with topics such as vikings, Pippi Longstocking and Swedish cooking | 2021 details TBA.

Dakota City Youth Camps | Farmington
Dakota City offers Master Apprentice Teen Camps (ages 13+), Junior Apprentice Camp (ages 6-12) and a one-day Try It Camp| 2021 details TBA.
Dakota Language Camps | Pond Dakota Mission Park, Bloomington
For kids and adults of all ages (under 7 to be accompanied by adult) | Tuesday-Thursday, July 13-15, 2021; 10am-3pm. More information TBA.
Gammelgarden Museum | Scandia
Little Immigrants & Coming to America | 2021 details TBA

German Language Camps | Germanic-American Institute
Spy Camp, Pirate Voyage, Creepy Crawlies, Podcasting for Kids and more during week-long German camps | All levels | Ages 4–13 | June 28-Aug 20, 2021.

Gibbs Farm Summer Day Camps | 2097 W. Larpenteur Ave. Falcon Heights, MN 55113
Pioneer history, Dakota seasonal life, nature, games, and tea party camps | 2021 details TBA.
Homestead, Tea and Manners & Pastimes of Time Past | Historic Cahill School and Minnehaha Grange Hall, Edina
Learn how to live like a Pioneer child circa 1888! One room schoolhouse lessons, fun outdoor games and chores, create and serve tea and treats and crafts. Mondays-Thursdays. | June 12-August 19, 2021 | $195/week | Ages 6-12.
Lake Minnetonka History Camp | Excelsior Elementary
Mid-1800s immersion camp | ages 6-14 | 2021 details TBA.

Minnesota Historical Society | Twin Cities metro-area
The MHS traditionally offers summer camp programming at the following historic sites: Alexander Ramsey House, Fort Snelling, and Mill City Museum | | 2021 details TBA.

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