Burlington Town Center, Massachusetts

Einstein’s Workshop

Einstein’s Workshop

25 Adams St.
Burlington, MA 01803
(781) 202-5645
Einstein’s Workshop, Kids Camps, Family and Kids, Burlington, Massachusetts

Kids who operate in creative spaces need to have their energy encouraged and their skills cultivated in an environment conducive to learning. At the aptly named Einstein’s Workshop, your child will have boundless opportunities to enhance their penchant for knowledge and their passion for science, technology, engineering, art, and math. This learning center is located in Burlington, MA, and offers a myriad of classes for the curious and not-so-curious, available as a stimulating summer camp option or after-school program during any season for continuous learning experiences.

Whether you’re looking for an educational summer camp or your child simply wants to be challenged, you’ve found the right learning center. Participants will engage in hands-on learning experiences, using cutting-edge tools and technologies like 3-D printers and laser cutters. They’ll apply these tools and technologies to STEM-related topics ranging from robotics to programming. No matter the interest, you and your child will enjoy and benefit from the STEM curriculum here.

While the tools and tech will be what they’re buzzing about, there are various opportunities for kids to enjoy everything Einstein’s Workshop has to offer. In addition to summer camp classes, students also have opportunities to join clubs, including seasonal robotics classes and coding classes. You can even host birthday parties at this learning center, making for an inclusive and educational experience for your children and their friends.

Kids love to play video games and watch television, but why not mold them into the future generation of video game creators or engineers that will produce the next great advancement in technology? Contact Einstein’s Workshop today to get them started down the path to a brighter future by visiting them online or by calling (781) 202-5645. You can also find them on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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