Tallahassee Museum Staff Pick Their Favorite Gift Items from the Museum Store

Still searching for that perfect gift? We asked some of our Museum staff shoppers to tell us about their favorite items in the Tallahassee Museum Store this holiday season.

The Museum Store is always stocked with locally sourced, handcrafted, and ageless gifts for everyone on your holiday shopping list. You can purchase any of the gift guide items at the Museum Store or for more information on a specific  item call 850-575-8684. The store is open during regular Museum operating hours. The Museum is closed on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.

Staff Picks_Allison

“This cane syrup is truly a locally sourced gift. The sugar cane was grown and turned into syrup right here on museum grounds.” -Allison Ashcroft, Conservation Program Specialist

Staff Picks_Averi

“This unique train caboose ornament is a replica of the caboose at the Museum and can only be found in our Museum Store” – Averi Deering, Program Coordinator







Staff Picks_Cam

“I think a Tallahassee Museum mug paired with a bag of specialty blend Lucky Goat Coffee would be the perfect gift. I love the idea of starting my day showing my support for two local staples!” – Cameron Owens, Admissions Team Leader & Financial Assistan

Staff Picks_Sarah

“These socks are my favorite items in the Museum Store. There is a pair for everyone on my gift list!” -Sarah Pierce, Marketing





Staff Picks_Scarlett

“I especially love the postcards in the Museum Store since I have family and friends across the world that I’ll be sending best wishes to for the holidays and the New Year. These postcards serve as a nice little keepsake featuring photos of our beautiful native species!” – Scarlett Callahan, Marketing

Staff Picks_Mayowa

“I love these toys because they are reminders of the fact that any curious and motivated person is capable of making real breakthroughs in Conservation and Environmental Science. They run parallel to our vision for immersive STEM education at Tallahassee Museum.” -Mayowa Ogunjobi Volunteer Coordinator