Spring break is just around the corner in Madison

From day camps to museum visits, find an activity that piques your child’s interest while keeping them occupied over spring break.

street view of Madison Children's museum.

The Madison Children’s Museum is a central hotspot for young Madisonians downtown. | Photo by 608today

Madison Metropolitan School District’s spring break runs Wednesday, March 25-Sunday, March 31. Looking to keep your little ones busy while they’re out of school? We got you covered.

Creando Little Language Explorers, 750 N. Midvale Blvd.; 1716 Monroe St., Madison
Kids ages 4-8 with any level of Spanish fluency can enjoy a week of art, STEM activities, and games during this enchanted forest-themed day camp. Registration costs $370, and classes run from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Madison Children’s Museum, 100 N. Hamilton St., Madison
Extended hours (9 a.m.-4 p.m.) will be in place Saturday, March 23-Saturday, March 30.

Monroe Street Arts Center, 1732 West Lawn Ave., Madison
Register or join the waitlists for the Spring Break Day Off Camps offered. Kids ages 5-10 are welcome for $185 with lunch supervision provided for $50/week for all-day campers.

Upham Woods, N194 County Rd N, Wisconsin Dells
For $300, kids in grades 1-6 will spend weekdays (8 a.m. to 4 p.m.) exploring the outdoors while hiking, teambuilding, orienteering, and more. Registration closes Monday, March 18.