Wenham Museum: Summer Programs for Kids

Wenham Museum's Summer Programs offer challenging and enriching experiences for

History Alive Summer programs are unique to the North Shore, giving children the opportunity to step back and experience life, learning, and play during different periods in history. Children will have fun pitching a Civil War dog tent, cooking authentic foods, reenacting historic events, or playing games of the period.

Wenham Museum summer programs fill up fast. If you plan to send your child to one or more of the programs, reserve your place today.

Whether delving into Colonial history or more recent times, each day is packed with activities that help children learn while having great fun. 

Program hours are 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily (unless otherwise noted).

Register by phone or mail.

  • Minecraft Kid Con
  • Focus and Frame: A Three Day Photo Experience
  • Colonial Kids
  • Dolls Day Out
  • Civil War Experience
  • LEGO® Workshops with Jo-ann Gorrell
  • Lego® WeDO Robotics
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