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Let the Magic Continue!

Magic for Muggles Summer Day Camp is celebrating 17 years!  Registration is now open! Please note, session one (June 28-July2), session 3 (July 12-16) and session 4 (July 19-23) are now sold out.

After making the difficult decision to close Magic for Muggles in summer 2020 due to Covid-19, we are currently planning on opening for Summer 2021 by following the CDC suggestions for summer camps and limiting enrollment. We know that Magic for Muggles is more than just a place to send kids in the summer, it is a magical place where you choose to send YOUR kids – and we are grateful for your trust and support. 

If your kid loves Magic for Muggles, they might also love our other program, Fantastic Beasts (and How to Create Them) Summer Day Camp, that has a mix of old and new hands-on Harry Potter activities!

Magic for Muggles has been featured locally on Montclair Patch and Baristanet, and nationally on NBC’s Today Show website.  In 2008, Magic for Muggles was visited by Harry Potter Book Series Editor, Arthur Levine. The camp was also filmed for an HBO Family series on children’s literature. 

For more information, be sure to view our camp video and/or sign up for our electronic mailing list.


What parents are saying about Magic for Muggles Summer Day Camp:

“My son is having a fantastic time at camp! He is so happy every day — I can’t keep saying enough positive things to people about Magic for Muggles.”

“Wow! What are you guys doing over there? I have never witnessed more enthusiasm over anything she has attended or done. You are igniting these kids’ imaginations in such an amazing way. We are so impressed and grateful for your unique approach to bringing Harry Potter to life.”

“My daughter attends every year and always has such an amazing experience!”

“I just want to let you know how much of an amazing and positive impact the camp had on [my son]. And oh how I raved about this camp to everyone I know! I appreciated the daily communications and photos. I adored hearing the animated tone in [my son’s] voice as he detailed his day. The best part may have been when he said, “Our house is not in first place, but really that doesn’t matter at all. It’s just so much fun!” What a huge testament to all the counselors who made camp an authentically creative and imaginative space for kids to explore the magic of discovery.”