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Camp Cayton by ShareWell is Where Your Little Kids Want to be this Summer!

Updated: Dec 3, 2019


Zimmer Children’s Museum is heading to Santa Monica Mall on June 9, 2019 with so many exciting changes and a brand new name "Cayton Children's Museum".

Cayton Children's Museum is also offering Summer Camp Programs for kids 3 to 8 years old this summer. Camp Cayton is a unique experience for campers to build, create, and explore. Experienced educators lead an imaginative curriculum complete with art immersion and museum play, which encourages campers to take risks, express themselves creatively, engage with their community, and play their way to a better world.

Online camp registrations will be available online on Monday, March 25, 2019, and the summer camp starts on June 24th and will continue till August 30th.

The camp has designed fun and exciting programs for each week of the summer camp such as Curious California, where the kids will learn about, and explore the Redwood Forest, navigate the L.A. River, and urban landscapes.

The second week of the camp is all about Lights, Camera, and Creativity. From costumes and props to special effects, your kids will learn the magic behind the scenes, and will explore different genres of film, various literary works, create characters, and hear silly and exhilarating stories.

From July 8 through July 12, the theme of the camp is Dynamic Designers. At Dynamic Designer, your kids will discover architecture and engineering, and will visit timeless and inspiring monuments from around the world. Campers will develop daring designs and experience hands-on model making!

The full program is available here.


Children must be potty proficient to attend Camp Cayton. Camp hours are from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm (Monday through Friday), with after care from 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm (Monday through Thursday).

Camp is $475 per week for non members plus $45/day or $155/week for after care program.

For more information about the Camp Cayton and Cayton Museum, please visit ShareWell's official website.


Photos Courtesy of Cayton Children's Museum by ShareWell