Come out of the cold and join us for Winter Camp 2022!

DECEMBER 19-23 & 27-30, 2022

This year’s camps take place December 19-23 and 27-30. Camps are offered for children in Kindergarten-5th grades and scheduled from 9AM-4PM, with an optional Beyond the Camp experience for early drop-off (7:30AM) and late pick-up (5:30PM). A supervised lunch hour is provided for all campers, and lunches can be brought from home or ordered from the museum before camp begins each day for $6 per camper.

Omaha Union Station

Winter Camp themes




December 19-23

What’s your favorite holiday? We bet it will be a part of the lineup for our Camp Celebration week! Back by popular demand, this camp will travel through an entire calendar year of holidays and celebrations from around the world, with a special focus on winter celebrations, including our own traditions here at Union Station!

science of snow

December 27-30

Science is all around us, and the season of winter is no exception! Not only will this camp explore the science of winter weather, but also other chilly science including animal adaptations and even winter engineering!


Please review the “How to Register” Instructions. Then, click the link for the specific camp/age group below. Each Winter Camp requires a separate registration.

CAMP CELEBRATION DECEMBER 19-23 K-2nd Grade » 3rd-5th Grade »
SCIENCE OF SNOW DECEMBER 27-30 K-2nd Grade » 3rd-5th Grade »
Have questions or need help registering? Call 402-444-5027

2022 Pricing Information


$180 for members
$200 for non-members


$150 for members
$170 for non-member

beyond the camp rate

$60/week (per child)
$15/day (per child)



Age Groups: K-2nd • 3rd-5th

Please note, these are the grade levels your child is currently in.

Camp Schedule: December 19-23 and 27-30


Camp Hours: 9AM-4PM


Beyond the Camp Experience: Early Drop-off at 7:30AM • Late Pick-Up at 5:30PM


Cancellation Policy

Full refunds will be granted for cancellations requested two weeks in advance. Refunds will also be granted for campers with positive COVID-19 tests or confirmed direct exposures.

Health and Safety Protocols

Our goal is to provide a safe and worry-free environment for our campers and their families. Health and safety protocols will be implemented according to local, state, and federal guidelines which we will continue to monitor throughout the season. If you have any questions regarding our COVID-19 safety policies and procedures, please contact the Education Services Department using


The Durham Museum’s camp programs have received rave reviews from both campers and parents. Check out these great testimonials from this past camp experience!

“(Our child) has really enjoyed her summer at Durham. We, as parents, are grateful for the wonderful learning atmosphere the Durham Museum and camp staff have provided (our daughter) this summer. We will definitely be looking at sending her back for a few weeks next summer.”
Camp Parent
“They looked forward to every day and enjoyed the camp. I loved picking them up and hearing about their exciting day. Thank you, Durham!”
Camp Parent

We’d love to hear about your camper’s experience! Please email us at