Scout Classes Pricing


One Day Classes

$15 per student
2 free leaders
Additional adults $8 each

Class Times
10 am – 12 pm
or 1 – 3 pm
Exhibit Exploration included

Available upon request
Option to pre-order Subway boxed lunches through SciTech

Two Day Classes

$25 per student
2 free leaders
Additional adults $8 each

Class Times
AM Class: 10 am to 12 pm
PM Class: 1 to 3 pm

12-1 pm
Option to pre-order Subway boxed lunches through SciTech

Scout Badge Overnight

$55 Scout $25 Adult
For regular Overnight pricing and details
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Class Times
7 – 9 pm
Overnight 6pm – 9am

Dinner, snack, and breakfast

Scout Overnight Camp-Ins

Spend the night in the museum!  Your group will have the entire museum to themselves. The Scouts will have a wonderful time!

  • Overnights run From 6 pm to 9 am on Fridays and Saturdays
  • SciTech suggests booking 3 months in advance if possible for best planning.
  • Enrollment: 50 including chaperones
  • Max Enrollment: 150
  • For safety and security reasons, a 1 child to 1 parent ratio is recommended but accommodations are made for families.


  • Dinner of tasty pizza and juice
  • 2 hours of Hands on STEM Programming (Badge programming available by special booking)
  • Late night snack
  • Breakfast in the AM with juice, coffee, fruit, and donuts
  • Museum exploration time (at night and in morning)
  • Science Activity Tables with “Get up and Do Activities”
  • Discovery Stop Gift Shop open! One of a kind STEM gifts for your budding Scientist.

You Should Bring:

  • Sleeping Bag
  • Pillow
  • Flashlight
  • Camera
  • Toothbrush and toothpaste
  • Washcloth
  • Warm comfortable clothing to sleep in


$45 per child and $25 per Adult


Min. 50 including chaperones
Max. Enrollment: 150 including Chaperones

How to Register

Book a date for your pack(s) or den(s) by calling 630-859-3434 ext. 216 or emailing

*minimum enrollment of 15 required. Call for details. All classes must be pre-paid.

Girl Scouts:
Available Classes


Explore how inventors use engineering methods in their own work. Scouts will become inventors themselves to create their own inventions.
(Steps 1-5 addressed)

Entertainment Technology
Discover how scientists and engineers create the technology behind recreation and entertainment.
(Steps 1-5 addressed)

Cub Scouts:
Available Classes


Sky is the Limit
Explore the science, technology, and careers of astronomy. Scouts will learn to use a real telescope and create their own constellation.
(Requirements 1-6 addressed)

Air of the Wolf
Investigate how solids, liquids, gases – and even plasma – work together in the world around us to make the weather. Scouts will learn how scientists and engineers use this information in their own careers.
(Requirements 1-3 addressed)

Discover the chemical science, technology, and methods that scientists use in the field of Forensics. Scouts will practice these methods and solve their own mysterious investigation.
(Requirements 1-5 addressed)

Super Science
Investigate concepts from many different branches of science and see how they all work together in the world around us. Scouts will carry out various experiments and become a super scientist themselves.
(Requirements 1-6 addressed)

Discover how engineers use science, technology, and math to create solutions to problems. Scouts will apply these methods to create their own engineering marvels.
(Requirements 1-4 addressed)

Adventures in Science
Explore the methods and skills that scientists use in their careers every day to learn about the world around us. Anyone can be a scientist – including you!
(Requirements 1-3  addressed)