Need last-minute camp plans? These programs are here to help!
NYC might be reopening, but many families are still left wondering what they can and cannot do with their children. Even though we're deep into the season, parents are asking "Is summer camp canceled?" Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that day camps and child care can reopen under strict new guidelines. While some camps have reopened with those limitations in mind, others opted for a virtual experience that will let your little one enjoy learning with other kids (and goofing off over Zoom!) while staying safe at home. We tracked programs from our 2020 camp issue and other popular offerings that NYC families love, and complied their latest lineups here, including schedules and pricing. Summer isn't over yet! There's still plenty of time for (virtual) camp fun. Read on for more info and check back frequently, as we'll be updating this page regularly. 92Y 92 Y Virtual Camp Live is open to ages 5–13 and runs until August 21 with full and half days available. Activities run the gamut from Zumba and cooking to STEM and filmmaking. One week is $250, one week half-days are $175 and drop-ins are $40. Register online. American Museum of Natural History Online Camp The virtual summer camp from the AMNH uses online learning to spark thought-provoking hands-on investigations, and includes guided virtual tours of Museum exhibits. The camps are divided into grades 2-3, 4-6 and 6-9. Camps for grades 2-3 include Key to the Kingdoms of Life and Planetary Power, while grades 4-6 can get geo