Welcome!

Let’s Play!

Learn through hands-on play at the Children’s Museum of the Highlands in Downtown Sebring.

Hands On Learning

The Children’s Museum of the Highlands purpose is to provide a safe area for children (ages 1 – 12) to learn and explore. Through exhibits and on going programs the museum provides interactive ways for kids to enhance their curiosity, develop their imagination and learn about a variety of experiences. Our children will see the museum as a fun place to play and leave the museum with the knowledge that learning can be fun.

Memberships

Become a member of the Children’s Museum of the Highlands today for a year full of imagination and discovery! Your little learner will play with purpose in interactive exhibits within themed areas and participate in innovative daily programming. Plus enjoy member-only perks like special events, Power Hour on Saturdays, and discounts on party packages.

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Individual

Includes: One adult or child

$30

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One + One

Includes: 1 adult (age 16+) and 1 child ONLY. No additional children can be added to this pass.

$50

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Family

Includes: 2 adults (ages 16+) & 3 children, additional children $10/each. All children must be in the same household/family.

$85

We are closed. The Children's Museum of the Highlands in an abundance of caution will be closed from March 16-March 27, 2020. We plan to reopen on Saturday, March 28th if it is considered safe to do so per our local, state and federal health officials.

With the continuing growth of cases of COVID-19 in the state, and based on guidelines now issued by the federal and state health agencies regarding social distancing and avoiding group gatherings, we have made the difficult decision to close the Children's Museum for the next two weeks.

This is not a decision we came to lightly, but the Board of Directors determined it was best to act with an abundance of caution in order to protect our museum guests as well as our staff.

We realize this decision may disappoint many people who look forward to spending time with us during school breaks. However, we would rather do too much than too little. The costs of doing too much can be measured in dollars and inconvenience; the cost of doing too little could be far worst.

We plan to reopen the museum on Saturday, March 28th if it is considered safe to do so. We will make that decision based on recommendations from local, state and federal health officials.
Thank you for your understanding.