COVID-19: Things To Do, Virtual Classes, and Resources to Stay Safe and Informed
Mark Alan presents an anti-bullying program that’s sure to make a difference at your elementary school or public library.
Children’s Art Classes offers your child a real studio-based art education. Nine month programs of study to include painting, drawing, design, printmaking, sculpture, ceramics, and much more.
Amazing IMAX® films will take your students where they’ve only dreamed of going – on incredible journeys to the bottom of the sea, outer space and almost everywhere in between.
About 30 program choices are offered in a variety of topics and field trips include time to explore the Museum, including Traveling Exhibits.
Take your class or group to a field trip at TNT for gymnastics fun.
Top Squad Games lets you step into the games you love with interactive tactical laser tag, archery tag and more.
Students in K-2nd grades can receive a tour of the hospital.
Tree Hill is home to more than 50 acres of trails, a Florida Natural History Museum, butterfly and hummingbird gardens and native animals.
UNF provides school children with the unique opportunity of learning more about wildlife and nature while outdoors. The eco-education programs are ranger guided and begin with an introduction to UNF and the Wildlife Sanctuary.
The Eco-Education Programs at UNF provides school children with the unique opportunity of learning more about wildlife and nature while outdoors.
Offers performances in Theatre, Music, Dance, and Visual Arts.
A great place to have some fun and burn off some energy. Play in the VR Arcade, navigate our Lazer Maze, or Climb our multiple Walls.
12,400 acres of pine forest and tidal wetlands landscapes with cheetahs, giraffes, rhinos, antelopes, birds and more.
Wild Adventures in Valdosta, GA is a Theme Park, Waterpark and Animal Park - all in one.
3-acre adventure area, Discovery Outpost, provides an excellent opportunity to learn about the American Alligator in the new Alligator Alley and Gator Nursery.
WJCT and 89.9 FM WJCT Public Radio offer free tours of the facility (tv-side and radio-side) for ages 8 and up.
WJXT Channel 4 News Station offers school groups of 10-30 people a behind-the-scenes look at some of the jobs in TV.
Special effects master Jay Woodley teaches the practice, theory, and history of practical special effects used on stage and screen.
In IMAX, students are immersed in larger-than-life, super-sensory experiences that engage them in exploring the extraordinary.