We've gone VIRTUAL!
The Marine Science Center (MSC) is offering some unique virtual programs:
Rescue Rehab and Release (RRR)
During the "RRR" program, your group will learn about the MSC's mission, meet a permanent resident ambassador, watch a sea turtle medical procedure and a release video, ask questions, and discover a call-to-action on how to protect our local ecosystems. (Standards can be requested when scheduling this virtual program)
Each program is $35.00
This price is per group, not per person, with a recommendation of up to 36 guests per program.
Post-program resources and other great educational videos are available on the Marine Science Center YouTube channel. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9d2HAkoGmW4_5fKGWroZSQ
For more information about booking, email Shell Webster, the Education Coordinator, at email@example.com or call 386-304-5529.
Live animal presentations are held daily. Upon your arrival, please check the scheduled daily feeding times of the Stingrays and the Seahorses. Feeding times may vary due to animal availability and behavior.
View more information on daily presentations.
When school starts, our facility get busy with school trips. We offer six programs that can accommodate students in grades K-12 and are coordinated with Next Generation Standards. Field trips are offered August 15th through May 31st and not offered during the summer months when summer camp is in session.
Read more on about field trip programs.
FLORIDA MASTER NATURALIST PROGRAM
The mission of the Florida Master Naturalist Program (FMNP) is to promote awareness, understanding and respect of Florida's natural world among Florida's residents and visitors. The Marine Science Center proudly sponsors the Coastal Systems of this program.
Read more on the Florida Master Naturalist Program.
The Marine Science Center hosts camps each summer for children ages 5-14 and are centered on coastal animals and the natural environment. Summer programs provide campers with an amazing experience and focus on environmental science topics. Camp includes animal encounters, crafts, science experiments, canoeing, and of course, time in the water! Summer camps are posted in March.
Find out more information about summer camps.
Children ages 2-5 can learn about local marine life through stories, crafts and activities at the Marine Science Center. The Turtle Tots program is offered August 15th through May 31st, and not offered during the summer months when summer camp is in session.
Learn more about the Turtle Tots Program.