New Orleans, LA

Hermann-Grima + Gallier Historic Houses Courtyard Camp 2021

Pierre St-Jean

NEW ORLEANS, LA — Summer is not over yet. Register your kids to join the fun and educative programs of Courtyard Camp 2021 by Hermann-Grima + Gallier Historic Houses. The sessions take place from Monday, July 19, at 9:00 a.m. to Friday, July 23, at 3:00 p.m., with Before and After Care available.

This is a paid summer program with pricing as follows:

• $225 per child for Family-level Museum Members

• $275 per child for non-members

• $25 per week for Before or After Care ($50 per week for both)

Because of its rich history and culture, New Orleans is an excellent location for summer camps. Young people can explore fields such as humanities, architecture and culinary arts in a way that both builds their knowledge of the culture and exposes them to potential fields early on.

Through crafts, games and project-based learning, this engaging week-long summer camp session explores nineteenth-century life in New Orleans. During the camp, campers aged 7 to 12 gain a better understanding of the past by visiting two Historic Houses in the French Quarter, making nineteenth-century home remedies, and learning about artistic, culinary and horticultural techniques.

Project-based learning is an essential component of developing critical thinking skills. As the campers work in groups to complete various games and activities related to cooking or exploring the themes of the homes, they use problem-solving and communication skills to achieve a goal greater than themselves.

Since the camp's primary focus will be on learning about nineteenth-century life, they will be constantly engrossed in learning that is relevant and practical. Campers will gain critical thinking skills from activities with a real-world focus when learning is done through experience and hands-on approaches.

For more information visit, email to or call (504) 274-0751.

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