Great Explorations Children’s Museum(727) 821-8992|
Great Explorations is a fun place for children with special needs and disabilities in Tampa Bay to play in an interactive social experience. We accommodate children with special needs, including, but not limited to, Autism, Asperger Syndrome, Down Syndrome, Tourette Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy and all Cognitive, Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities.
Great Explorations Children’s Museum is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that has served the children and families of the Tampa Bay area since 1987. Designed for children 10 and under, the 24,000 square foot museum is filled with exhibits and activities to stimulate learning through creativity, play, and exploration. The museum is a learning playground where children can make a discovery, make a mess, and even make a new friend.
This AAM–Accredited children’s museum also offers a national award-winning preschool, camps, field trips, and community outreach programs.
This AAM accreditation is the highest recognition for a museum and signifies excellence to the museum community, donors, outside agencies, and to the museum-going public. Great Explorations is the first mid-size children’s museum in the country. The museum joins the ranks of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Salvador Dali Museum, Museum of Fine Arts, and the Indianapolis Children’s Museum.
Great Explorations was co-founded in 1986 by the Junior League of St. Petersburg and Hands-On! Inc. In March 2003, the museum relocated to its new 24,000 square foot facility located next to the historic Sunken Gardens on 4th Street in St. Petersburg.
On the first Monday of the month, Great Explorations will host a FREE program for adults with memory loss. Participants will take part in programs focusing on art, music, and…Find out more »
When: Second Sunday of the month from 10am – 12pm Where: Great Explorations Children's Museum, 1925 4th Street North, St. Petersburg, FL 33704 Description: For this event, Great Explorations Children’s Museum will open…Find out more »