March Break Camps

Every year, the Thunder Bay Museum offers themed full-day programming for children ages 6-12 during March Break.

No two days are exactly alike; our in-house Education Coordinator plans a full range of activities including songs, dance, games, drama, storytelling, gallery tours, science experiments, scavenger hunts, and so much more.

With all that variety, there’s sure to be something for everyone!

Fees and Registration

Museum Members

  • Fees: $140/child (Members)


  • Fees: $175/week – 1 child

Payment Options

  • Online (preferred) – Visa, or Mastercard
  • In Person – Cash, Cheque, Debit, Visa, or Mastercard
  • Phone – Please call 807-623-0801 to pay by Visa or Mastercard

Participants are only registered for a program once their payment has been received. We do not keep a wait list, so register early to avoid disappointment.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, please send a nut-free lunch and two snacks/drinks with your child. There will be no access to a refrigerator or
microwave, so please pack accordingly. The Museum has water fountains, so sending your child with a refillable water
bottle is advisable


Sometimes. Please refer to the chart on the front page of this paper for the entire list. Most times, these materials are
simple recyclable items or things you would have around the house. Many past participants have also brought a small
pillow and blanket to curl up with during our lunchtime movie break. Please feel free to do the same.

Absolutely! We love to see our campers embracing the theme of the day.

Programs are limited to 12 children (depending on the week). The Museum reserves the right to cancel programs due
to under-registration.

The Museum’s cancellation policy is as follows:

  • No refunds will be given for cancellations made less than two weeks in advance of the day(s) for which you are registered.
  • All refunds are subject to a 10% administration fee
  • The museum reserves the right to cancel any under-registered camp days (e.g. less than 50% attendance)

If your child has any special needs, details must be included with your registration form. Please note that we cannot
provide one-on-one supervision or specific medical support. However, if your child requires an adult assistant, they are
welcome to accompany the child to camp free of charge.

The Education Department’s great staff and volunteers are trained, experienced individuals who have submitted current
Criminal Background Checks and are certified in Standard First Aid and CPR. The minimum ratio of supervisors to
participants is 1:7.

We ask that your child use the following Museum Manners:

  • We walk slowly in the galleries.
  • We use indoor voices.
  • We stay in a group with our supervisor.
  • We touch Museum objects when our supervisor invites us, and we are careful with the things we touch

Please Note: Parents may be called to pick up a child who is causing difficulties, without being issued a refund for the

Unless otherwise stated, full-day programs are from 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Please drop off your child between 9:00 and
9:30 a.m. at the front doors and pick them up between 4:00 and 4:30 p.m at the front doors. Except for in emergency situations, there will be no staff available to supervise before 9:00 a.m. or after 5:00 p.m. so please use the above mentioned times as a strict guideline.

If your child is sick, please keep them at home.

Staff members are not permitted to administer any type of medication to participants, and parents/guardians will be asked to verify that their child can self-administer. A medication authorization form must be filled out.