In celebration of the Museum’s 60th anniversary, this temporary exhibition highlights 60 special artifacts from the Museum’s extensive permanent collections. Each of the selected objects, from pre-history to the late 20th century, tell a unique story that help us link to the past and our regional identity. A centerpiece of the exhibition will be the Museum’s recently restored dress of Princess Catherine Murat, great grandniece of George Washington and wife of Achille Murat, Prince of Naples and nephew of Napoleon Bonaparte. This will be the first time in almost 40 years that the dress has been on display to the public.
Come and learn what animals are doing now that winter has arrived! You will have a guided tour of the Florida Wildlife Trail while learning all about how animals behave in the winter!
Children and parents are welcome to participate in this program. All children attending this event must be accompanied by a chaperone.
*Please note that this is an outdoor program.
Tree To Tree Adventures’ Glow Night Flights are an exciting way to experience the TREEMendous Adventures and Canopy Crossing (Zone 1 ONLY) courses! Grab your glow sticks and enjoy zip lines, bridges, tightropes and other fun tree-top challenges lit by colorful LED lights during the next NEW MOON! A great fall activity for the whole family!
The Tallahassee Museum’s 2018 Winter/Spring Guest Animal Exhibit opens Wednesday, December 20th and features two Red River Hogs. The hogs are on loan from the Catoctin Wildlife Preserve & Zoo in Thurmont, Maryland and are scheduled to be here through March.