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Camp Intrepid 2014
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Camp Information
Welcome to Camp Intrepid—the Intrepid Museum's place to be for campers during school-year and summer breaks! When school's out, ship's in for these week-long, fun-filled camps for children 5-13 years old, with themed activities around space, planes and pilots, inventions and more. Learn more about our year-round camp opportunities below.
  • Camp runs 9:00am to 5:00pm, Early drop-off at 8:30am and late dismissal at 5:30pm are available.
  • Camp takes place on the Intrepid Museum in our education spaces.
  • Transportation to Camp is the responsibility of the child’s family.
  • We are a nut-free camp.
  • Snacks are provided to campers twice a day.
  • Campers can bring lunch or pre-order nut-free lunches through the Intrepid Museum.
  • Temporary parking can be arranged for easy drop-off and pick-up of campers.
  • Click here to view a Plan of the Day.
 

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Calendar for Camp Intrepid Winter Spring 2014
Camp 2014 Dates Details
Kids Week February 17-21 With different themes, activities and partners each day, Intrepid Museum's Kids Week is full of entertainment, education and excitement! Watch performances from Broadway's best, see demonstrations with live animals, create your own nose art, make silly putty and so much more.

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Intrepid Avengers March 17-21 Explore aviation, its beginnings, and how animals and objects fly! Create your own planes and discover how to camouflage them. See how planes are modeled after birds and how they can fly at different speeds.
Life at Sea March 24-28 Catapult yourself back in time and learn the skills you needed to be a sailor on the USS Intrepid. Investigate how sailors lived, worked and played through artifact investigations and hands-on projects.
Dark Side of the Moon April 14-18 Investigate how the moon, sun and earth’s rotation affect our everyday lives. Create solar ovens, shadow art and much more!

Pricing and Registration
Early Bird Weekly Rate: $450
For the week of February 17-21, the Early Bird Rate must be paid by February 7. For the other sessions, the Early Bird Rate must be paid by March 7. Early Bird Rates are only available for full week sessions, not for the daily rate.

Weekly rates: $500
Daily rates: $125

Siblings and Family Museum Members receive a 10% discount on weekly registrations only. To Become a Family Member today, click here.

 

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Calendar for Camp Intrepid Summer 2014
Camp 2014 Dates Details
Journey to the South Pacific June 16-20 The USS Intrepid embarked on its South Pacific Tour in 1944 and this summer we will retrace some of Intrepid’s waves while creating a few new ones of our own!
Intrepid Undercover June 23-27 Uncover Intrepid while discovering your inner spy! Investigate spy planes secret codes, famous spies in history and what role Intrepid played in undercover adventures.
Pirate Life July 7-11 Join us for a treasure hunt around the Museum, create a pirate hat and learn to speak like a pirate. Dive into history and learn who the first pirates were, as well as famous pirates throughout history.
Space Exploration July 14-18, 2014 Come explore the history of space, see if you have what it takes to be an astronaut and predict where space travel is heading next!
Hudson River is Our Home July 21-25 Join us this week as we discover what makes the Hudson so unique to NYC and how we can preserve its greatness.
Intrepid Inventors July 28-Aug 1 Become an inventor this week as we put our creativity to the test! Create your own silly putty, soap and much more!
Crews Views August 4-8 Dig out your sailor hat and come investigate how the crew worked as a team to make Intrepid their home.
Journey to the Sun August 11-18 What role does the Sun play in our everyday lives, in nature and on Earth? Discover how to use the sun as a tool by creating and designing your own pinhole viewer and solar oven!
Drop Anchor with Intrepid August 18-22 Come end your summer on board Intrepid exploring themes of sea, air, history and space.

Pricing and Registration
Early Bird Weekly Rate for Returning Campers: $550
Early Bird Weekly Rate for New Campers: $650
The Early Bird Rate for all Camp Intrepid Summer 2014 sessions must be paid in full by March 1.

Regular Weekly Rate for Returning Campers: $650
Regular Weekly Rate for New Campers: $700
The Regular Rate for all Camp Intrepid Summer 2014 sessions must be paid in full by June 30.


From July 1 to August 15, the Weekly Rate for all campers is $800, provided there is space.

Siblings and Family Museum Members receive a 10% discount. To Become a Family Member today, click here.

Pricing for Multiple Weeks of Camp Intrepid Summer 2014:

Returning Campers:
 
4 weeks $1,980
5 weeks $2,475
6 weeks $2,970
7 weeks $3,465
8 weeks $3,960
9 weeks $4,455
 
New Campers:
 
4 weeks $2,340
5 weeks $2,925
6 weeks $3,510
7 weeks $4,095
8 weeks $4,680
9 weeks $5,265

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FAQs
What time does Camp start and end?
Camp begins at 9:00am every day and ends at 5:00pm. Campers can be dropped off as early as 8:30am and picked up no later than 5:30pm.
What if my child needs to leave earlier than 5:00pm?
Children who must leave before 5:00pm can be picked up at our early dismissal time of 3:30pm. Please notify us at morning check-in or send an email to us by noon.
Where do I drop my child off?
Children should be dropped off at West 46th Street and 12th Avenue in front of the Intrepid Museum. All children must be accompanied by a guardian and checked-in with a Camp staff member.
Do you have parking?
Temporary parking only as you drop-off or pick-up your child is available on 12th Avenue between 45th and 46th Streets. The entrance to the parking lot is located on the northbound side of 12th Avenue, across from the Museum.
Does the Camp provide lunch?
Camp Intrepid is a nut-free camp. Campers are encouraged to bring their own lunches, but if you wish to order lunch for your child, lunch forms should be filled out two weeks prior to your child’s Camp week. Campers cannot buy their own lunches at the Museum nor do campers have access to a refrigerator or microwave.
How do I order lunch
Lunch is provided by a Museum vendor ordered in advance and delivered fresh every day. Campers receive a nut-free lunch of a sandwich, chips or fruit and a bottle of water. The forms to order lunches will be sent to families after campers are registered.
Do you provide snacks during the camp day?
Nut-free snacks are provided once in the morning and again in the afternoon. We also provide water and/or juice with our snacks.
What does my child do at Camp all day
A sample schedule can be previewed by clicking here. Each day of Camp is subject to change. Projects and activities relate to the themes of the week.
What is the Exploreum Interactive Hall?
The Exploreum Interactive Hall is a 13,000-square-foot, fully interactive exhibition space on the Museum’s hangar deck. These interactive exhibits are designed especially for children and families to discover the Intrepid Museum’s main themes of water, air, space and life at sea. Campers have the unique opportunity at the start of their day to interact with this space before the Museum opens to the public.
What is the X-D Theater?
Located in the Museum’s Exploreum Interactive Hall, campers have the opportunity once a week to enjoy this 4D motion ride theater. Each seat brings a wide range of dynamic 4D simulation and vibration, combined with 3D graphics, high definition sound and unmatched speed.
What is the Beast ride?
The Circle Lines’ “Beast” is a 30-minute fun-filled speedboat ride that takes our campers down to the Statue of Liberty and back to Pier 83 at 42nd Street and 12th Avenue. Only campers in the summer sessions of Camp Intrepid will enjoy once-a-week visits to the Beast ride.
When do campers ride the Beast?
Every week in the summer session, campers embark the Beast at 4:00pm on Wednesdays. We will reschedule to later in the week in the event of rain. For more information, please click here.
Where do I pick my child up after the Beast ride?
We will dismiss campers from the Beast ride at 4:45pm from Pier 83 on 42nd Street and 12th Avenue, just down the street from the Intrepid Museum. There is NO late pick-up on boat ride days; therefore the latest pick-up is 5:00pm.
Will my child get wet on the Beast?
Most campers will get wet while on the ride, but do dry off fast in the summer sunshine. Parents/guardians may wish to bring a change of clothes for their camper to change into at dismissal, as we do not go back to the Intrepid Museum after the ride.
What if my child wishes to not ride the Beast?
Early pick-up at 3:15pm at the Intrepid Museum can be arranged for campers who wish to refrain from riding the Beast.
Will my child be provided with a Camp t-shirt?
Yes. Each week there is a new Camp Intrepid shirt. Campers receive their shirts on Monday, but as they are used for ID in the Museum and on the boat ride, they do not take their shirts home to keep until the end of the week.
More questions?
Please contact us at camp@intrepidmuseum.org or (646) 381-5166 for further information.
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