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Save the Date! The Altos de Chavón Regional Museum of Archaeology will be hosting a Summer Camp from Monday the 6th to Friday the 18th of July, where children will learn about history through explorations and games.

In this exploration, archaeology, and fun camp children learn to tell their history through games an art practices.

The participants in the Museum’s Summer Camp carry out their activities inside and outside the Museum using the enchanting surroundings in Altos de Chavón as an area for learning and fun. The children learn about topics related to the history and culture of the first settlers of the Antilles, as well as topics in archaeology and indigenous art.

Activities offered during the Camp include painting, theater, ceramics, archaeology, ecology, drawing, and an exhibition of the work created during the camp.

Register your children for a great adventure and a wonderful lifetime experience at the Altos de Chavón Regional Museum of Archaeology.

Archaeology, Exploration & Adventure Summer Camp 2014

When: Monday the 6th to Friday the 18th of July, 2014

Schedule: 9.00 am to 1.00 pm

Age group: 5 – 10 years

Price: US$145

Reservations: (809) 523-8554, museo@altosdechavon.com (please reserve, space is limited)

To give just how much fun the summer camp at the Altos de Chavón Regional Museum of Archaeology is, here are a few articles we published about it last year:

The “Archaeology, Exploration & Adventure” Summer Camp 2013 

On Monday July 8th the Altos de Chavón Archaeological Museum summer camp “Archaeology, Exploration and Adventure” started successfully. This summer camp focuses on learning through doing. 

Click here for the photos and the full story

Celebrating the last day of the Chavón Archeological Museum Summer Camp 

Last Friday July 19th, the 16 boys and girls who took part in the “Exploring the Past” Summer Camp at the Regional Museum of Archaeology in Altos de Chavón celebrated the end of the event with a performance in front of their proud parents, families and friends.

Click here for the photos and the full story