This post is sponsored by the Atlanta History Center (AHC) All opinions expressed in the post are my own and not those of AHC.
It’s almost that time of the year when I need to start thinking about summer activities for my kids. Starting early gives me so many options when it comes to activities to keep them busy, and I am excited to share with you about the Atlanta History Center’s summer camp program. Unlike others, it gives kids the opportunity to explore the past through games, historic simulations, and more! Keep reading to find out more.
Camps are held weekly over a 4-week period in June and are divided into three age groups: 6-8, 9-11, and 12-14 years old. AHC History Camp is for age groups 6-8 and 9-11. It’s perfect for my daughter, and I know she’d enjoy making friends with similar interests. The History Camps are themed from the History of Space Exploration, Wonders of the Ancient World to the Heros of History. You can find a full list of the options offered HERE.
They also have Writing Camps that are designed for students 12-14 years old. In these camps, kids can learn basic writing skills or challenge themselves by writing fiction and fantasy stories. My son is a budding writer so I know he will love this camp because he can learn and play at the same time.
If you’re thinking about trying AHC’s Summer camps and aren’t a member yet, use my code TITI10 to get 10% off each child per week of camp. To redeem the discount, simply click HERE and enter the code or, mention it to the admissions staff onsite.
I love that AHC has health and safety checks in place to keep my kids safe at camp. All summer 2022 camps are in-person and will take place at the Atlanta History Center Buckhead campus. You can find out more about activities at AHC HERE.