Where the Wild Things Are (Mini-Camp)


June 18th, 2024


10:30am – 11:30am


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(ages 4-6)

Early Bird Prices (end May 24):*
Members $8, Non-members $10

Regular Prices (from May 24 to one week before program date):*
Members $10, Non-members $12

*Price includes admission for one accompanying adult.

We know some of our young friends might not be ready for a full day of learning away from home, so we're also offering mini camp sessions for children ages 4-6. These hour-long programs lead kids through select parts of the museum so they explore with their eyes and ears, having fun while learning about Cleveland's history.

Where the Wild Things Are

Description: Explore the mansions at the Cleveland History Center through the eyes of Max from Maurice Sendak’s Where the Wild Things Are. Use your senses and observation skills to explore, seeking out the animals and other beasts that hide in the museum, then make a paper crown to take home.

For other dates for Day Camps (grades 3-8), Topics for Teens! (ages 13-18), and Mini Camps (ages 4-6), click here.


Western Reserve Historical Society is the oldest cultural institution in Northeast Ohio, the region's largest American history research center, and one of the leading genealogical research centers in the nation.

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10825 East Boulevard
Cleveland, Ohio 44106 ↗

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