COVID-19 Specific Update
In compliance with the state of Pennsylvania's orders, Neverland Virtual Reality will open for summer camp activities only during COVID-19 yellow phases. Chester County is expected to be in yellow phase by June 5, 2020. Click this link for more information on our health and safety protocols. We will be taking additional measures consistent with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and state public health guidance. For example, we are limiting capacity to six children/households. In addition, we are requiring masks. Furthermore, we are increasing disinfection frequency.
Why a Virtual Reality Summer Camp?
The NeverlandVR Summer Camp is a unique option for your child to have fun with virtual reality AND do something physical. In contrast to the regular computer or gaming console (Playstation/XBox) where kids get zero exercise, virtual reality is active and dynamic. Games like Beat Saber, Space Pirate Trainer, Creed Boxing, etc. are exercise.
We are continuously adding to our educational content offering. Your child can learn about the human body. They can travel to the moon with the Apollo 11 mission. They can tour the wreckage of the Titanic. In addition, they can practice 3-D painting. Campers can work together in an unlimited immersive canvas that surrounds them. They can learn how to be a DJ. Moreover, they can travel the earth to visit world wonders, and much more. Visit our VR for Education page to learn more.
There are few absolutes in this world. Accordingly, here is one: virtual reality is fun!
If you haven't tried virtual reality, come visit us so you can secure a space for your child's Summer enrichment.
Campers can experience our various educational content and eSports games throughout the day. Our instructors will lead campers through these various experiences. Campers should bring their own lunch and water each day. Further, based on camper engagement, instructors will mix free play time into the schedule as well.
In addition, our instructors can include 360 video capture, editing, and publishing as part of the curriculum for multiple-week campers.
- Full-Days: 8:30am-4:30pm, Monday-Friday (morning and afternoon extended care hours available)
- Half-Days: Morning and afternoon sessions available
Dates: Every week starting June 8, 2020
- Full-Days: $375 per week
- Siblings 50% off (limit two (2) siblings per station)
- Half-Days: $250 per week
- Multiple-week discounts available
- Campers joining us for more than one week will learn to capture, edit, and publish 360 video for VR headsets