Middletown Arts Center

36 Church StreetMiddletown, NJ 07748Phone: 732-706-4100Email: artscenter@middletownnj.orgWebsite: Visit Website

The Middletown Arts Center's Summer Arts Camps offer creative activities all summer long in our beautiful, air conditioned facility with our caring and talented staff. Children can explore the arts in affordable morning and afternoon sessions that can be joined together to create a full day experience. This year, we have two locations with camps being held both at the Arts Center and at our new MAC Annex on Kings Highway. We safely engage campers in a creative environment and enrich their lives through dance, stage performance, fine arts, crafts, music, and more while they are also having fun.  

Campers who enroll in morning and afternoon camp bring their lunch and a supervised lunch period is included. All camps include a one-half hour period of drop-off and pick-up time at no extra charge. BEFORE AND AFTER CARE available starting at 7:00am and ending at 6:00pm for $7.00 per hour. After care provided by Club MAC!

Visit our website for all of the camp listings and for more information.  You can e-mail for additional information on the upcoming summer programs, too. Call 732-706-4100 to register for summer camps at the Middletown Arts Center, and be sure to tell them you saw it on Macaroni Kid! 

In its tenth year since its founding, the Middletown Arts Center has developed over 1,200 diverse, affordable programs reaching an approximate 67,000 visitors per year. Our state-of-the art facility hosts a 244 seat theater, an art gallery, several art and dance studios, and beautiful outdoor grounds which include a brick patio overlooking our pond and access to our World Trade Center Memorial Gardens.

The mission of the Middletown Township Cultural and Arts Council, Inc. (MTCAC), the nonprofit 501(c)3 organization that operates the Middletown Arts Center, is to enhance the quality of life of all area residents by supporting and promoting the arts throughout our large, diverse community. The needs of our community drive our arts program planning.