Programs at The Bakken Museum
Camps, Classes, Field Trips, and Outreach
- Whether you have a Sunday afternoon or a whole summer to spend, there's plenty to wrap your brain around.
- If you can think it, you can make it! Create robots, hone your skills, or just drop in and tinker — the choice is yours!
- Explore the intersections of science, technology, engineering and math with engaging assembly programs or field trip experiences
- Youth Workshops offer interactive learning opportunities that will leave a lasting impression!
Wonder! Try! Discover! Share!
Summer Camp is a week-long program where students design and build their own inventions, practice creative thinking skills, make magic tricks, and play games. Camps run from June through August and are designed for students entering grades 2 through 9.Learn More
Spring Break in the Makerspace
When school is out, the fun is in at The Bakken Museum! Join us in the Makerspace over spring break as we celebrate the 200th anniversary of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein with special camps and activities.See What's New
In The Makerspace
Bring the Excitement to You
Your chance to experience the drama of science AND theater in your gym, auditorium or cafeteria. Perfect for libraries, scout groups, science fairs, and other family or youth events outside of the school day too!View Current Offerings
Add some spark to your event!
Perfect for libraries, scout groups, science fairs, and other events outside of the school day, these customize-able events bring entertainment and education to all ages.Check out current offerings
Everyone on the Bus!
Your students can explore the connections between history, science and engineering through our interactive galleries and activities during each field trip. Workshops are specially designed to meet your grade level needs.