Members Price: $225
The Brandywine Battlefield’s Summer Camp will be running 4 weeks through June and July 2023. Campers entering grades 3-6 will learn about life in the 18th century and Washington’s Continental Army through hands-on activities and visits from historical characters. Camp will run Tuesday-Friday from 9:00am-2:00pm each week.
Campers will be provided with a folder to hold the artwork and letters they complete that they may take home at the end of the week. Campers will also be provided with a Brandywine Battlefield Summer Camp t-shirt.
Parents are invited to join us on the Friday of each week at 12:45pm for an opportunity to learn from the campers, see demonstrations, and taste some colonial cooking!
Live the Battle Week
Do you wonder what it was like to live through the Revolutionary War, specifically the Battle of Brandywine? Now’s your chance to learn how the battle really went not only for Washington and his troops, but also Quaker families, British soldiers, and everyone in between. Campers will be transported to the week of the Battle of Brandywine, learning firsthand how to march like a soldier, care for one’s family, bring intelligence to Washington, and, of course, capture the flag.
Step Into the Past Week
Find out what everyday life was like in 18th century Brandywine, complete with a colonial inspired party! This week of Brandywine Battlefield Summer Camp is designed to help campers discover how STEM and the arts are found in our local history through hands-on activities and games. Campers will become apprentices to the blacksmith, learn to paint history like Pyle, make their own paper, and have fun with many more surprises.
*Please note that the $25.00 non-refundable fee is included in the $250 overall cost. Checks should be made out in the amount of $250.00 and not $275.00. Thank you!
Please mail all SHC registrations to: P.O. Box 202, Chadds Ford, PA 19317
All questions please call 610-459-3342 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, campers can sign up for both and will enjoy doing different activities in both weeks.
Campers should bring a full water bottle, a bag lunch with an additional drink other than their water bottle, a hat, sunscreen, and bug spray. Campers should come to the park wearing sunscreen, comfortable clothing for active time outside (preferably long pants to avoid ticks), closed toe shoes, and bug spray.
Campers should avoid bringing electronic devices because they will not be permitted to use these devices except to contact parents/guardians. Campers should avoid bringing toys and games from home because there will be plenty of games at the park.
Yes, a limited number of scholarships are available for those who qualify. Please contact Melody Schwartz at email@example.com to learn more and to see if your child qualifies for a scholarship.
The Camp Staff thanks you!
Additional questions or inquiries can be sent to:
Melody Schwartz – Education Program Coordinator
firstname.lastname@example.org / Subject: “Summer Camp”