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(Locations that handle registrations for our camps are unfortunately not able to honor these discounts. These would be locations that you need to contact directly to register for our programs.)

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Be sure to check out Science Explorers’ Exciting
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“If it’s not fun, we’re not doing it!”

– Jupiter Jen, Owner & Founder

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A Little About Us…

Proudly offering fun after school & summer science programs for kids in PA, NJ and DE.

Science Explorers is an innovative, hands-on science company dedicated to providing an opportunity for children ages 4-11 to become engaged in the wonders of science. Whether it’s an after school science program, science summer camp, a school assembly or scout badge earning event, Science Explorers can make science cool and exciting through our interactive, hands-on format. Ever dissect a shark? What about a squid? Have you ever mixed together two liquids to create a solid? Made glowing slime? Examined a real heart? Built and launched your own rocket? Lifted a person using nothing but air? These are some of the awesome experiments that make our programs so popular.

Science Explorers was founded in 1999 by Jennifer Moorehead with a mission to make science fun. Since then we have brought our exciting, inquiry-based hands-on science programs to thousands of elementary aged children throughout Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware. Your kids will love all of our science programs! Some of the counties we hold camps in include Chester County, Berks County, Lancaster County, Montgomery County, Delaware County, Bucks County and more!

REMEMBER…”if it’s not fun, we’re not doing it!”

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