The Golisano Children’s Museum of Naples announces new date for their Annual Night at the Museum (NAM) Event. In light...
Children’s Museum of Naples
A BRAIN-BUILDING POWERHOUSE
The Golisano Children’s Museum of Naples is a brain-building powerhouse and Southwest Florida’s first museum devoted for children and families to learn through play. With hands-onexhibit galleries, the accessible museum invites visitors of all ages to journey through the swamps of the Everglades, weave through a maze, climb a two-story banyan tree, or experiment with the water play station.
Children can become a weather forecaster, a farmer, a chef, a fisherman, an artist, an architect or a veterinarian; explore the cold of an igloo, the whoosh of the wind, the sound of the sea, the effects of water and the colors of the rainbow. Throughout the day special activities encourage our guests to get involved, try something new and be energized.
We offer a variety of interactive exhibits providing kids with education, play, learning, science, technology, engineering, inventions, space exploration, art, math, storybooks, crafts, creation, building, sensory and child development.
Beginning Wednesday, April 14, 2021, the Golisano Children’s Museum of Naples (C’mon) will align with Florida’s statewide face-covering guidelines and not require face masks in specific areas of the Museum. Guests are encouraged to wear a mask, keep a 3-feet distance between guests, and apply hand sanitizer upon entry.
What You Need to Know:
- This updated policy is for guests only. C’mon staff will continue to wear face coverings while interacting with guests.
- Summer Camp participants will continue to be required to wear face coverings while in the classroom or enclosed area where maintaining 3-feet of distance is not possible.
- C’mon’s Executive team and Board will continue monitoring the status and updating the policy to reflect current COVID-19 data.
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“Fun and educational. Every time I come here my little ones learn and discover new things. I love how it takes life skills like fishing and grocery shopping and makes it at the child’s level. Through their play they imitate life.”