This summer, third to ninth-grade students in the Portland Metro area are invited to participate in Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum’s Aerospace Camps on July 8 – August 2.

The Museum’s summer camps utilize STEAM fundamentals, including science, technology, engineering, art, and math, to ignite a passion for exploration and innovation in future aviators and space explorers. Summer Camp pricing starts at $350, and Museum members receive 15% off camp pricing.

In Aviation Camp, high-flying adventurers jump into the pilot’s seat and dive into the many sides of aeronautics. Students will learn the four forces of flight, design their own airplane, get an up-close view of the Spruce Goose®, and much, much more! The course runs from July 8 – 12 and again on July 22 – 26 from 9:00 am to 3:30 pm.

In Galaxy Camp, future space explorers launch into the outer depths of the universe, signing up for a week of scientific missions. Students discover how to build and launch their own rocket and engineer a solar-powered rover, all while learning in the shadow of real spacecraft. This course runs from July 15 – 19 and again from July 29 – August 2 from 9:00 am to 3:30 pm.

Each camp is led by the Museum’s Education Director Jay Lacano, three registered teachers, and a teacher’s assistant.  For any summer camp questions, please email [email protected]or call (503) 434-4180. Register now.

About the Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum 

The Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum is home to the iconic Hughes Flying Boat Spruce Goose® and is recognized for its remarkable collection of aviation and spacecraft. Whether it’s viewing the rare, record-breaking SR-71 plane, the new F-117 Stealth Fighter, or experiencing the original launch room of the Titan II Space Launch Vehicle (SLV), Evergreen provides a space to explore and discover.

As an independent 501(c)(3), we proudly partner with the Academy of Model Aeronautics, the NASA Jet Propulsion Lab, the Oregon Space Consortium, and the Civil Air Patrol Cadet Program to advance aerospace education.

Discover more than 150 historic aircraft, spacecraft, and exhibits on display daily from 9 am – 5 pm. The Museum is located at 500 NE Captain Michael King Smith Way, across the highway from the McMinnville Airport and about three miles southeast of McMinnville, Ore., on Highway 18.

To make a reservation, buy tickets, or learn more, please call (503) 434-4180 or visit www.evergreenmuseum.org. Follow @evergreenmuseum on Facebook and Instagram for the latest updates.