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2020 Aga Khan Museum Summer Camps


2020 Aga Khan Museum Summer Camps

Date: July 13 to August 21, 2020
Price: $300, $270 Friends
10% sibling discount

Aga Khan Museum Camps return this summer, welcoming kids to make art, friendship, and learning their sanctuary.


Our Summer Camps are packed with fun, enriching activities for children ages 6 to 8 (Jr.) and 9 to 12 (Sr.). With group sizes capped at five campers, our enhanced health and safety measures are designed to meet the highest standards for protecting your children while they have fun. 


This year’s camp theme is “What’s Your Sanctuary?” After exploring our new Sanctuary exhibition and masterpieces in our Museum Collection, campers will create their own art showing how — and with whom — they have found sanctuary during the COVID-19 lockdown. Their art, photos, poetry, and stories will be featured in an online exhibition on the Museum’s website!


Want to register your child? Have questions? Email us at [email protected] to get in touch. 


Drop-off is between 8:45 am and 9 am and pick-up is between 3:45 pm and 4 pm. Please note that extended care is not available.


Session dates are as follows:

  • July 13–17
  • July 20–24
  • July 27–31
  • August 4–7 (Registration for this four-day camp is: $240; $216 Friends; 10% sibling discount)
  • August 10–14
  • August 17–21

The safety of our campers, our staff, and our extended Museum family is a top priority for us. We have responded to Toronto Public Health recommendations by introducing smaller group sizes and camper-to-staff ratios, physical-distancing measures, mandatory health screening, and enhanced facility-cleaning protocols. Our programs will adhere to all municipal and provincial public health guidelines surrounding the operation of summer camps. More information about the Museum's reopening and updated health and safety protocols is available here


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