Since 2012 the Ca n'Oliver Museum has hosted the summer camps of the Cerdanyola Museum, which take place in two shifts according to the summer holiday calendar: a first shift in June-July and a second in September. Each time there is a limited number of places (maximum 25) and a childcare service for families outside of camp hours. Each camp is designed and organized around a thematic axis, generally related to the temporary exhibition that the Museum is hosting at the time.
The contents and general and specific goals of each camp are reached through visits, outings, workshops, etc. The camps are led by a director of leisure activities and an educator who are occasionally helped by a monitor depending on the type of each activity. The overall functioning of the camp makes the Museum a family space in which participants learn, play, eat and engage with the technical staff.