At Camp Huguenot, you won’t just learn about archaeology – you’ll do it! Campers will work with others, alongside real archaeologists, searching for artifacts left behind by the original Huguenot settlers and the Native Americans who came before them. Or campers will find out what life was like 250 years ago. Campers will spend their days with museum staff and historic reenactors learning about how life in the 18th century differs from our lives today. Fees are around $250 to $300 a week, and child care is available until 4 p.m. at an extra fee. Camps are limited to twelve registrants per week.
For information contact Historic Huguenot Street.