Kids Programs

Enriching the lives of our guests is a major focus of the Tallahassee Museum, no matter what age they may be.

Early Childhood Education

Children learn best through play, and we prove that teaching fundamentals can be fun.

Group Programs

We welcome the opportunity to educate groups here at the museum, or to bring our lessons to you.

School Break Camps

Fun, interactive summer camps at the Tallahassee Museum are a community tradition. And don’t forget to check into other camps throughout the year.

Scout Programs

Day sessions, overnight adventures and plenty of opportunities to earn badges and petals await.


Our educators are eager to share with you their in-depth knowledge through programs featuring our native animals, historic buildings and beautiful natural setting.

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Great Horned Owl

After Hours Programs

A family-focused experience that gives you a glimpse of Museum life after dark.

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Overnight Adventures

Overnight Adventures

Overnight Adventures are a fun and engaging way to experience the Museum after hours while also having the opportunity to sleep among its collection!

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Birthday Parties

Birthday Party Packages OUTDOOR BIRTHDAY PARTY at our Birthday Party Hut or...

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Community Outreach

Community Outreach

Museum on the Go and Animal Encounters on the Go programs bring the Museum off-site throughout our community.

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Educational Partnerships

We are partnered with Florida Youth Conservation Centers Network. They provide continued education and certifications for museum staff. This allows the museum to provide unique opportunities for our guests from special wildlife programming to archery skills.

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 storm water, 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.