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Penn Museum Anthropology Camp

This summer, new world adventures await! Penn Museum Anthropology Camp explores the story of humans—who we are, where we came from, and how we’re connected across cultures from around the world.

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Penn Museum Anthropology Camp

This summer, new world adventures await! Penn Museum Anthropology Camp, exclusively designed for children ages 6-13 who are entering grades 1-8 for the 2022-23 school year, explores the story of humans—who we are, where we came from, and how we’re connected across cultures from around the world. Safeguarding your child’s health while ensuring a fun, educational camp experience remains the top priority.

Penn Museum Anthropology Camp offers week-by-week adventure-seekers the opportunity to look at history from around the world. Through interactive hands-on workshops; chats with experts and researchers from the University of Pennsylvania; and private explorations through the Museum’s brand-new galleries, anthropology campers safely globetrot across time and space. From exploring the pharaohs of Ancient Egypt to Native American tribes in modern-day North America, campers are in for a world of fun.

 

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  • Gerri T.

    “My son came home from camp every day excited to talk about the exhibits he visited. He developed a sense of identity attached to the museum. While watching a movie that featured some element of Egyptian mythology he said, “WE HAVE ONE OF THOSE AT THE MUSEUM!” At age six, the fact that he’s attaching ownership to your exhibits is huge. I’m so grateful.” – Gerri T.

  • Gerri T.

    “My son came home from camp every day excited to talk about the exhibits he visited. He developed a sense of identity attached to the museum. While watching a movie that featured some element of Egyptian mythology he said, “WE HAVE ONE OF THOSE AT THE MUSEUM!” At age six, the fact that he’s attaching ownership to your exhibits is huge. I’m so grateful.” – Gerri T.

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    My children’s experiences were like none other. This camp truly gave them unique and special knowledge. We are grateful for this camp to exist! It has had the additional effect of creating a sense of ownership of the collections for my children. The Penn Museum is their museum. They know the collections and care about the objects there.

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    Philly Family Community Member

    My children’s experiences were like none other. This camp truly gave them unique and special knowledge. We are grateful for this camp to exist! It has had the additional effect of creating a sense of ownership of the collections for my children. The Penn Museum is their museum. They know the collections and care about the objects there.

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