Exhibition Centre Weegee arranges week-long day camps for 7–10-year old children in the summer. The children must have attended school at least one year.

We offer a versatile programme and nice surprises in all our museums. The programme is based on the current exhibitions, which we will explore in different ways by experiencing and doing. It is important that the participants feel community spirit and joy of success.

Treats from the programme

On the EMMA day, we will study artworks that inspire imagination. In the art workshop, we will find our own expression in sculptures, word art and group work.

On the City Museum KAMU, day we will have maritime adventures, study the sea from different angels and do arts and crafts on the sea theme.

On the Toy Museum day, we will do some traffic jam, that is get moving on land, on sea and in air. We will explore the special exhibition Vehicle Play and in the workshop we will personalize ”neppis” toy cars and race them on the chute track.

On the Horology Museum day, we will contemplate on time: past, present and future. We will make time capsules and fill them with memories from the camp and the summer. What do you want to remember from the camp day in five or ten years?

Schedule and registration

The day camps will take place weekdays in June 2019, weeks number 23–26. The 5-day camp weeks costs 200 euro and the 4-day camp week number 25 costs 175 euro. Prices include VAT 24 percent. The fee includes instruction, material, lunch and snack.

Weeks number 23 and 24 there will be two parallel camps. When enrolling, please choose group 1 or group 2. Friends who want the join the same group should agree on the group in advance. We cannot move bookings from one group to another.

Terms of cancellation:

Registration is binding. The fee will be returned only when the child is sick, in which case we will need a doctor's certificate. When you register, you agree on the terms of cancellation. The places on the camps will be filled in order of registration. On every camp, there is place for 20 participants. Registration starts in February.

Further information:

Because the camp leaders and assistants also speak Swedish and English, it will also suit children who do not speak Finnish so well.