No school? No problem! Adventure Days (for ages 6-12) occur on select days when Dubuque Community Schools are not in session. Adventure days include two different guided learning topics (such as robotics, painting, pottery, rock climbing, and more), as well as opportunities to freely explore our Adventure Labs, all supervised by our engaging and fun staff. Your child can design, build, test, and explore several new ideas using a wide variety of materials, all in a single day. Cost is $65 per child.
SCHOOL FIELD TRIPS
We offer free admission plus curriculum & activity guides to schools who bring students while school is in session.
PARTIES & GROUP RENTALS
Save on admission by booking a Party & Group Rental. This is a popular option for birthday parties, church & homeschool groups, family gatherings, daycare outings, and scout troops.
Team Building Activities
There's no better place to foster communication, improve cooperation, and develop an innovation mindset through hands-on, play-based activities. Use our self-guided team building challenges or have one of our staff lead your group's experience.
Youth summer camps
We are currently designing a wide range of weeklong summer camp opportunities for children ages 6-9, 10-13, and 14-17. Our camps allow your child to build their creative thinking and innovation skills as they explore topics in art, science, and technology. Camps will run Monday-Thursday, 8:30am-3:30pm. Tuition will range from $150-$250 per week, depending on the camp topic.
Use the button below to add your name to a waitlist and we'll let you know when summer camp topics and registration is announced in February.
Girls who Code
We've partnered with Girls Who Code, a national non-profit organization who's mission is to close the gender-gap in the tech industry.
Girls Who Code's curriculum is designed for students with a wide range of computer science experience. Activities are offered for girls with ZERO computer science experience all the way up to activities that introduce college-level concepts.
Registration for the current session of Girls Who Code is currently closed. Use the button below to add your name to a waitlist and we'll let you know when registration opens again.
first tech challenge
A challenging and fun science and technology program for grades 7-12, First Tech Challenge tasks team members with designing, building, programming, and operating robots capable of competing in head-to-head regional challenges. Mentored by adult coaches, team members strengthen their STEM and engineering principles, all while learning the value of teamwork, problem solving, and persistence. Meetings will be held Monday's from 6pm-8pm starting September 11th.
Registration is currently closed for the current competition season. Use the button below to add your name to a waitlist and we'll let you know when registration opens again.