The Fleet Science Center offers inspiring options to keep kids in grades 1–6 active and engaged during spring break with Science Spring Camps. Students can explore science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) concepts while they experiment with chemistry and engineering.  

Students can attend Science Spring Camps every day from Monday, March 27 through Friday, March 31, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. All camps take place in person at the Fleet and feature full days of educational, hands-on activities that are also a lot of fun. 

Registration for Science Spring Camps is open. Prices for the full week of camps are $270 for Fleet Members and $300 for the general public.  

Please see below for full descriptions of Science Spring Camps activities. 

More information also is available on our website.

Full Camp Descriptions 

Gooey Science 

Kids in grades 1–2 will explore the science of all things slimy, sticky and ooze-tastic. 

Cool Chemistry 

Cool chemistry tricks let kids in grades 3–4 marvel at dry ice, examine acids and bases, and characterize chemical reactions. 

LEGO® Engineers 

Kids in grades 5–6 will get creative with LEGO® BricQ Motion Essentials as they explore STEM concepts in three dimensions.  

About the Fleet Science Center: 

Since 1973, the Fleet Science Center has been a central link between science, schools and scientific organizations, collaborating with the communities that call San Diego County home. Its mission is simple yet bold: to realize a San Diego where everyone is connected to the power of science. The organization delivers on this mission through engaging experiences and culturally driven education programs in neighborhoods throughout the county and the historic Balboa Park flagship location. From interactive exhibits and school field trips to free science programs, the Fleet is forward-thinking and consistently evolving to create positive change in the world. To learn more, visit 

About Balboa Park: 

Located near downtown San Diego, Balboa Park is the largest urbancultural park in the United States. First established by the City of San Diego in 1868, it is also one of the oldest city parks in the nation and is the most visited single destination in San Diego. Its 1,200 acres include 17 museums, many gardens and attractions, the San Diego Zoo, miles of hiking trails, and multiple athletic complexes to explore and discover. For more information, visit

Two students focusing on a chemistry experiment inside of a lab. Both are wearing protective goggles and gloves.