Encourage your kids to explore nature and get their hands dirty with the San Antonio Botanical Garden’s fun, educational classes and camps. Whether they’re busy growing their own vegetables or conducting science experiments, kids can cultivate curiosity and create connections to the natural world when they spend time here.
Looking for more outdoor activities? Take the Nature Play Pledge and receive emails with information on nature-based events around San Antonio and nature play ideas for at home.
Interested in having your child’s next birthday at the Botanical Garden? Learn more.
Explore the Botanical Garden this summer with camps focused on hands-on exploration, nature-inspired art, ecology and botany. Summer camps are designed for ages 3 – 14 and begin in June. Space is limited! Register early.
Vegetable Garden Program
Children ages 7-16 get their hands-on horticulture with the help of the Botanical Garden’s partner organizations, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service and Bexar County Master Gardeners. Registration for Spring 2020 is now open.
Culinary Health and Education for Families (CHEF) Program
In partnership with the Culinary Health and Education for Families (CHEF) program, the Botanical Garden uses the CHEF curriculum to promote nutritious food and home cooking as key ingredients in the recipe for life-long health and wellness.
Upcoming Kids Classes
Read the Botanical Garden’s Registration and Cancellation Policies for information about member discounts, refunds and more.