Winter Break Camps & Activities for Kids in Wichita 2022

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It won’t be long till school is out, which means the kids are excited (but soon-to-be bored), and moms are going to scramble to fill those empty days on the calendar. Wichita Mom is here to help! Check out our posts on fun things to do in (and even out!) of Wichita in winter, as well as special events taking place over winter break. Did we miss something? Comment below, and we’ll add it to the list!

Be sure to check out each location for updated schedules.

Exploration Place EdVentures

Dec 16 – Jan 3; 9am-4pm
$42.50 members/$50 non-members per day

Sedgwick County Zoo Junior Behind the Scenes Tour

December 17; 2-3pm
$7 members/$9 non-members
Grades 1-5

Tanganyika Wildlife Park Zookeeper Day Camp

December 19-Jan 3; 7:45am-5:30pm
$40 per day
Ages 6-12

The Art Park

Dec. 19-Jan 3; either 9-12:30 or 9-4:00
$30-45
Ages 4-12

Music Theatre Wichita

Dec. 28-30; 9am-3pm
$60
Ages 5-12

Wichita Art Museum Family ArtVenture

Dec. 31, 11am-3pm
free
All ages

Wichita Gymnastics Kids Day Out

December 19-30; 1-4pm 
$17/child, $13/sibling
Ages 2 1/2 – 11

TGA Golf

January 2-3; 8am-3pm 
$45

We will continue to add to this list as we are updated!

Did we miss an event? Let us know by emailing [email protected] Posts are updated once a week.


For more winter break fun in and around town, check out the following:
Ultimate Holiday Guide to Holiday and Christmas Events in Wichita

10 Best Places for Indoor Fun in Wichita

Day Trips from Wichita

30+ Winter Activities for Kids


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    • Hi Peggy! We share anything that is brought to our attention – we have several resources for kiddos in the Tween/Teen stage. However, most camps do not cover that age range that we have found.

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