2021 Twin Cities Summer Camps: Science & Tech Camps


Kids can tinker, design and explore STEM fun all summer long with this lineup of Science & Tech summer camps. Please check out our Featured Listings – they make our 2021 Twin Cities Summer Camp Guide possible!

CodeWizardsHQ Summer Coding Camp | Online | 1-800-213-2417

3-Week Programs for kids ages 8 to 18.

  • June 7 – June 24
  • July 5 – July 22
  • Aug 2 – Aug 22

Tuition: $447. Early bird discount, enroll before May 1 for only $399.  Tuition may be spread out in 3 payments, $149 per 4 class sessions. There is no contract. You may cancel anytime within the first 4 class sessions for a 100% money-back guarantee.


Coding Summer Camps for Kids and Teens

Add learning to code to your summer plans, wherever you’ll be this year.

We offer 3-week coding classes over the summer where your child can pick up some serious coding skills in Scratch, HTML & CSS, or Python. Our small group classes are highly interactive and taught by a friendly, expert teacher

Four children enjoying CodeWizardsHQ Summer Coding Camp
Coding Summer Camps for Kids and Teens
STEM Camps at The Works Museum | Bloomington

At The Works Museum, kids are the designers, creators, and problem solvers – the engineers! Our camps for kids ages 5-12 include topics like robotics, architecture, coding, LEGO engineering, woodworking, and more. With flexible options like 1- and 4- day camps, half- and full-day options, and additional aftercare available, there’s a camp experience that will fit your family’s needs.

Science and Tech Camps range from $79 – $190. Limited scholarship funds are available through our Gateway program..

The Bell Museum | St. Paul

Camps include hands-on activities, planetarium visits, games, creative projects, field trips around the University.
2021 Camps TBA

Camp Discovery | New Horizons Academy, Twin Cities, St. Cloud, Rochester

Day camps offered in a variety of subjects. Prices vary by location and program | ages 5-10 | June through August 2021 

Camp Innovation | The Bakken Museum, Minneapolis

A one week program to design and build personal inventions  | June 14-Sept 3, 2021 | Grades 2-9 | $250-$400

Camp Invention | 16 metro locations

This camp program from The National Inventors Halls of Fame offers kids challenges that encourage creative problem solving, teamwork, entrepreneurship, and innovation. Sessions run June 14, 2021 – August 13, 2021 | grades K-6 | $240-$270 per week.

Code Ninjas | Edina, Chanhassen, & Prior Lake

Summer Kids Coding, Robotics, APP Development & STEM Camps. Both online and in-person sessions run weekly; early June – late August | ages 7-14 

iDTech | St Paul

Sleep Away and weeklong sessions in coding, game design and other in-demand skills | ages 7-17 | 2021 Details TBA in February

Junior Achievement of the Midwest | St. Paul

2021 Camp Information TBA soon

Kids Cooking School | Circle Pines

Cooking classes incorporate science and technology into lessons. Classes meet Monday-Thursday, 9am-4pm. | 5th Grade+ | $359/week. Fully refunded if cancelled due to pandemic.

Leonardo’s Basement Summer Workshops | Minneapolis

Full and half-day workshops meet for 5 days (M-F). Weekly from June 14, 2021 to August 3, 2021 | ages 6-17 | $220/week+. Income-based scholarships available.

Science Museum of Minnesota | St Paul

2021 Information TBA.

Snapology Summer Camps | Minneapolis and other Twin Cities locations

STEM Play-based camps. Weekly from June 14, 2021 through the end of August | ages 5-14 | $325/weeklong, full day camp.

STEMBuilders | Blaine and Plymouth

Camps meet Monday-Friday | Full Day STEM Camps for  ages 5-11 | Half Day Specialty Camps for ages 10+ | $199-$319 depending on the camp you choose. Register before May 15 for an early bird discount.  $50 deposit to hold your spot

 Is your camp missing? We would love to include it in our Summer Camp Guide. Inclusion is FREE. Click this link to sign up to learn how to be included.

This article contains paid and free submitted entries of summer camps. These camps have been collected as a convenience to parents seeking summer camp options and are for informational purposes only. Inclusion does not constitute an endorsement or an approval by Family Fun Twin Cities.

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