Join us for STEAM Break at the Petroleum Museum! STEAM Break is designed to assist parents and engage students during the fall and spring intersession and/or for homeschool students.

STEAM Break: Lovin’ LEGOS will be held February 7-11 and STEAM Break: Science Behind Sports will be held March 7-11. Each camp will have three session options available. Parents have the option to register their young scientist for:

The A.M. session will feature experiential learning through themed experiments, engineering challenges, and inventive projects. The P.M. session will feature hands-on investigations, collaborative engineering projects, and games all centered around a popular kids’ movie. The movie line-up for the Lovin’ LEGOS STEAM Break includes The LEGO Movie, The LEGO Movie 2, Encanto, Ron’s Gone Wrong, and Sing 2. The movie line-up for the Science Behind Sports STEAM Break includes Luca, Rumble, How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World, Lilo & Stitch, and Turning Red. (Please note that depending on the streaming availability of Turning Red, Ferdinand may be shown instead.) STEAM Break is open to students in 1st through 6th grade. Pre-registration is required. Early drop-off is available for an additional fee. Get your membership now by clicking here. For more information, contact the Education Department at 432-683-4403


What Your Child Needs to Bring:

A.M. Session Only:

  • A labeled water bottle & snack

P.M. Session Only:

  • A labeled water bottle & snack
  • A pillow and/or blanket (optional)

All‐day Session:

  • A labeled water bottle, two snacks, & a lunch
  • A pillow and/or blanket (optional)


CLICK HERE for a detailed map showing drop-off and pick-up procedures.

To support the Museum and receive member benefits including early registration, free admission, members-only receptions, and discounts in the Museum Store, CLICK HERE.

Special Thanks to our Spring 2022 STEAM Break Sponsor:


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