Spring Break Camp at TCMU-Greenville

**Registration for spring break camp is now closed! Please check out summer camp at TCMU!**
Join us for a spring break experience that is buzzing with excitement! Campers will enjoy activities, crafts and more while learning about all things spring— plant life cycles, pollination, flowers and more! Each camp day is infused with STEAM-based learning and museum exploration.

Spring Break Camp is for K5-5th grade learners. Book by day or multiple days to best suit your spring break needs!

March 18 - March 22
Book camp by individual days.


$48 per day

$43 per day


  • Spring Camp at TCMU-Greenville will be booked by the day. 
  • Camp is offered for a half-day from 9am-12pm. Dropoff begins at 8:45am with doors closing at 9am, and Pickup begins at 11:45am with doors closing at 12pm.
  • To register, click the link below to be redirected to our CampBrain portal. If you are registering through our CampBrain portal for the first time, you will be asked to create an account. Returning registrations can log in as a returning user to register.
  • TCMU Members, please be prepared with your member number and any discount codes before you book.
  • Once you are logged into your CampBrain account, choose the camp you would like to register for and follow the prompts to complete registration. Please note that only TCMU camps that are currently open for registration will be available on your CampBrain home page.
  • Registration must be completed online. Contact [email protected] for registration questions, to reschedule camp, or use a credit from 2023.

Camp Descriptions

Date Theme Description Register
Monday, March 18
🌱Sow & Grow
Dive into the fascinating world of plant life cycles! Through hands-on activities, campers will construct their own mini-greenhouse, plant seeds with care, and engage in lively games that make learning about nature a blooming adventure.


Tuesday, March 19
💧H2 Whoa!
Explore the crucial role of rainfall in nurturing growth! Through interactive activities, kids will simulate rainfall in a jar, craft their own rain sticks, and engage in games to promote learning about the water cycle.


Wednesday, March 20
☀️ Sunny Side Up
Illuminate the wonders of photosynthesis and solar energy and its vital role in plant growth! Using digital microscopes, campers will explore stomata up close, harness the sun's power to create solar oven cookers, and complete a chlorophyll painting activity.


Thursday, March 21
🌺 Flower Power
Discover the secrets of flowers! Campers will dissect roses, lilies, and tulips to unveil the essential parts for pollination, embark on a captivating flower hunt, and engage in a lively role-playing game that showcases the fascinating journey of pollination in action.


Friday, March 22
🐝 Busy Bees
This un-bee-lievably fun day includes a visit from Savannah Bee Company! Campers transform into detectives to unravel the sweet secrets of pollination! A buzzing relay race with Cheetos showcases the essential role of bees. Campers are sure to make memories as sweet as honey!



How can I get help registering for camp?

Parents are encouraged to register online. If you need assistance with registration, please e-mail [email protected] or come in person to TCMU and one of our Guest Services representatives will be happy to help! TCMU is not able to register for camp over the phone. 

What will my camper do at camp?

Each week is jam-packed with themed STEAM-based activities in addition to supervised free play in the museum and group games. Our curriculum provides campers the opportunity to learn and explore in the museum’s unique and playful setting.

Is food provided for my child?

Food is not provided by TCMU unless in special circumstances. Please pack a snack for each shift of camp that your camper attends, as well as a water bottle. Peanut and tree nut products are prohibited.

How do I drop-off and pick-up my child?

Drop Off:

    • Drop-off for AM camp is from 8:45AM-9:00AM. Doors will close at 9:05AM.
      • Should the door be closed when you arrive late, please go to the main entrance and request pickup of your camper with the Guest Services staff. Late pickup is subject to a $10 charge for every additional 10 minutes of supervision.
    • Guardians, please park in the Heritage Green parking lot and walk your camper(s) to the side entrance where a staff member will be waiting to escort your child inside. Our bus loop is unavailable for drop-off or pick-up. Do not send your child from the parking lot to TCMU without escorting them to the door. 
    • Heritage Green offers a 15-minute grace period before charging for parking, so you will not be charged for dropping off your child at camp; however, you will receive a parking voucher during arrival and dismissal. Should you stay beyond 15 minutes, or if Heritage Green asks for payment, you can provide the parking validation.
    • After parking in the Heritage Green lot, walk your child along the sidewalk behind Greenville Theatre and the Greenville County Museum of Art to the concrete pad behind TCMU. 
    • Continue your path on the right side of the outdoor playground until you reach the check-in table. Wish your camper a good day at camp and return to the parking lot to exit prior to the 15-minute grace period expiring. 

Pick Up:

    • Pick-up for AM camp is from 11:45AM-12:00PM. Doors will close at 12:05pm. 
    • Guardians, please park in the Heritage Green parking lot and walk to the check-in table at the side entrance where the camper was dropped off. 
    • Provide the name of your camper and your photo ID to the staff member, and your child will be escorted to you. Photo ID is required for all adults picking up any child, even parents!
What if my child needs help in the bathroom?
  • All campers attending TCMU camp must be potty trained and independent in the restroom.
  • Camp staff will not enter the restroom with any camper under any circumstances, or help them dress or undress. Campers must be independent in the restroom, and must be able to alert camp staff that they need to use the restroom if needed outside of regularly scheduled breaks. 
  • In the event of a potty accident, campers will need to be picked up as soon as possible. 
What if I need to cancel my child’s camp?
  • TCMU does not offer refunds for camp cancellations.
  • Camp reservations may be rescheduled for a $10 rebooking fee.
  • Camp reservations can be canceled for a credit to be used a maximum of 1 year from the date of cancellation. These funds can only be applied to future TCMU camps and are not applicable to memberships, admissions, store credit, or any other purchases.
  • In the event of a cancellation by the museum, funds may be moved to another camp if space is available at the discretion of TCMU, or given as a credit.