Education is central to the Museum’s mission
Our programs respond to the needs of the Museum’s audiences by offering opportunities that make a significant impact on the awareness of our region’s natural and cultural heritage. Addressing various styles of learning, and promoting an understanding of the individual’s role in the preservation and advancement of our natural and cultural resources, our programs instill a desire for self-motivated learning.
The Museum provides a variety of educational programs, both on- and off-site, that incorporate diverse teaching techniques and include a high degree of object-based learning and exploratory learning situations. Tree to Tree Adventures courses make it possible for the Museum to offer a variety of special programs as well as team building and leadership training for businesses, groups, and individuals.
From enriching group programs scheduled by you to specialized workshops and classes, we have something for everyone.
Check out our Workshops and Classes Calendar to see upcoming events.
We are pleased to announce that we have partnered with the City of Tallahassee’s TAPP program and the Leon County Environmental Services Division in developing Tallahassee’s own Green Infrastructure Education and Outreach Program right here at the Museum. This program will offer an opportunity for community members to learn best management practices in addressing stormwater, partake in workshops, and learn how simple solutions not only help control the flow but also contribute to the protection and conservation of our water.
The Tallahassee Museum also partners with the Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Seafood Watch® Program to promote sustainable seafood messaging. As a Conservation Partner, we will do this through our public programs, community outreach events, exhibits, and animal feeding programs. Stay tuned for upcoming dates and times.