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Spring break camps for kids in NYC

With the help of these exciting spring break camps, parents can keep their kids active when school's not in session

Allie Early
Written by
Allie Early
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Danielle Valente
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This is it—the final school recess (Mar 30–Apr 6) before the summer vacation grand finale. Your kids are going to want to spend their time off wisely, so take a peek at our roundup of spring break camps to see what works best for your crew.

Thanks to these fun and interactive course offerings, the whole gang will find something to love. What are you waiting for? The best spring break camps for kids in NYC will fill up if you don’t act quickly.

RECOMMENDED: Full guide to spring break for kids

Looking for more family fun while the kids are home from school? Tackle your checklist of things to do in spring, take a walk around these museums for kids in NYC and plan (or take) one of these fun family weekend getaways

Spring break camps for kids 2018

Camp Intrepid
  • Things to do
  • Camps
  • Hell's Kitchen
  • price 2 of 4

With several unique offerings from the Intrepid Museum this spring break, kids are sure to find a program they'll love! They can opt to learn about the solar system (Mar 26–30) or take on a pilot's role from Apr 2–6 while discovering the basics of flight, navigation and aerodynamics. Ages 5–11. 

  • Things to do
  • Camps
  • Upper West Side
  • price 2 of 4

You’ve probably visited the American Museum of Natural History with the whole clan, but your kids have never seen it quite like this! Youngsters at the museum’s popular spring break camps spend their vacation immersing themselves in the amazing exhibits and return home spewing facts about meteorology, evolution, the solar system and of course, dinosaurs. Ages 3–11.

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Taste Buds Kitchen Camps
  • Things to do
  • Camps
  • Chelsea
  • price 2 of 4

Taste Buds Kitchen helps kids create scrumptious, sweet and savory dishes during the venue's spring break camps. Each participant will learn a new cuisine by participating in the Culinary Passport program, which is split up by age. Each night, your crew will be able to help with dinner and show you what they've learned. You can explore the world, starting with the foods served right at your dinner table. Ages 4–13.

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