Tallahassee Museum of History and Natural Science, Inc. Overview
Geographic areas served: North Florida, South Georgia
Programs: The Tallahassee Museum is nationally accredited by the American Association of Museums (AAM) and consists of a beautiful 52 acre campus where historic buildings (14) and associated artifacts (15,000), a living collection of native animals (50) in their natural habitats (11), and a nineteenth century farmstead are housed. The Museum also features temporary and nationally traveling history and science exhibits, a hands-on Discovery Center, nature trails, gardens, and a nationally accredited preschool program. Approximately, 2,000 educational programs, living history demonstrations and Animal Encounters are presented annually, both on the Museum?s grounds and through outreach services into the region. Programs are tailored for audiences ranging from preschool through senior citizens. The Museum annually hosts a number of special community events including the Tallahassee Jazz and Blues Festival, the Summer Swamp Stomp Music Festival, and Market Days, one of the southeast?s largest arts and crafts shows and sales.The Museum serves approximately 150,000 people a year which includes approximately 25,000 school children from 37 of Florida?s 67 counties.
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