Golisano Children's Museum of Naples

Where can you go for educational family fun in Southwest Florida? It's C'mon (Golisano Children's Museum of Naples) where children and families can experience a brain-building powerhouse fueled by STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and math).

Take a journey on the trolley, climb a Banyan tree, explore the Everglades or experience the four seasons of Mother Nature's House where you can rake the falling leaves, feel the ice wall of the igloo, pretend to be the meteorologist and predict the summer weather patterns, and feed the baby birds in the Spring nest. Parents and kids together can prepare play food cuisine of another country in the World Cafe, be a veterinarian in the Adopt-A-Pet clinic, row the boat or kayak, catch and release fish off the pier, go to the beach, build a tower, put on an improv performance, splash at the water play table, or roll down the grassy rolling hill.

Kids 8-14 have a space all their own, Curious Kids (no parents allowed) where they can use computers, create craft projects using a variety of equipment and sewing machines, practice eye hand coordination with Foosball and an ever changing array of experiments, books and projects to try.

Visit cmon.org to learn about the variety of daily, weekly and seasonal activities:
Daily pop-up programs
Mini wonders workshops (ages 2-5)
Homeschool workshops
Family science labs
Special art activities
Summer and Spring break camps
Sensory nights for child with sensory challenges
And much, much more!
Admissions: $10 for Adults, $12 for Children

Family Memberships begin at $135/year - C'mon members share reciprocity with Association of Children's Museum (ACM) museums

Open 6 days a week

Monday - Saturday 10am - 5pm (Closed Wednesday) Members only hour: 9 - 10am

Sunday 11am - 4pm

Amenities

Amenities

Bus Parking, Concessions, Multilingual Staff

Average Visit Time

2 - 3 hours

Cuisine

American, Vegetarian

Disabled Traveler Information

ADA Compliant, Disability Accessible, Handicapped Parking, Ramps