Children explore a variety of interactive exhibits that teach them about Florida history, how recycling works, and other fun subjects
What You'll Get
- Free admission for children under 1
- The museum features a variety of interactive exhibits where children get to play different roles, such as veterinarian, car mechanic, or train conductor
The Fine Print
About Children's Museum of the Treasure Coast
Families explore the world at Children's Museum of the Treasure Coast through interactive, hands-on exhibits designed to teach them about everything from early Floridian architecture to how the body works. The museum also features numerous play areas where kids can use their imagination and pretend to be a grocery store clerk, a veterinarian, and the ultimate fantasy, a doctor who tells you your wings are finally starting to grow. The museum even has a children's theater, where kids can dress up in costumes and put on plays.
Part of the museum's mission is to educate visitors about the environment. As families explore, they can look for green clues that point out which features of the building are eco-friendly. A recycling center in the market exhibit also teaches kids firsthand what happens to things when they are recycled.