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All reviews human body live animals planetarium shows traveling exhibit hands on activities all ages interactive exhibits rainy day great for kids touch tank kids and adults couple of hours gift shop friendship fountain worth the trip a lot of fun mosh
My kids (4 and 6) had an amazing time. There was a lot to hold their interest, and mine. The new superhero exhibit was a lot of fun, and I saw adults playing just as much as the kids. My son loved the animals on...More
This museum is designed for kids and those who live in or are new to Jacksonville and want to learn about its history as there are a lot of hands-on activities for the kids and the history of Jacksonville from its discovery until today.
We visited this museum while staying nearby and it was a perfect! Not big but only $12 for students or seniors. Plenty of hands on for every age. A little bit of history and an awesome Owl. I recommend!
This is a very interesting venue with plenty of exhibits to view. You can enjoy the interactive rides for a very fair fee. Allow a good 3 hours or more to enjoy everything. The cafeteria is nice and spacious and a good place to take...More
I don't have a child to bring to gauge their reaction, so I can only go by my reactions while killing time waiting for the boat ride, about which more below.
The science exhibits are clearly aimed towards younger visitors: There is interesting information about...More
I think there is stuff there for all ages. There are s few interactive exhibits that the older ones will enjoy. If you bring s baglunch, you can eat right at friendship fountain and the view is spectacular. I remember... More
I think there is stuff there for all ages. There are s few interactive exhibits that the older ones will enjoy. If you bring s baglunch, you can eat right at friendship fountain and the view is spectacular. I remember doing that as s kid!