As we are a hands-on play learning center this makes us uniquely different, and we at CMoH
are dedicated at keeping our families safe. Please note we will continue to follow all
guidelines and direction of the CDC and local public health officials and may have to adjust
our procedures with no notice.
Masks are not required but encouraged. No gloves are to be worn inside the Museum. At
entrance, we ask all guests to use our hand sanitize stations. Hand sanitize stations are
located throughout the museum and bathrooms for all guests are encouraged to use
Sick Kid Policy. Guests are asked to stay home if they do not feel well, present flu/Covid
symptoms, a fever over 99.0, currently being tested for COVID19 or tested positive; as well as
if in contact with a person positive with COVID19 for a minimum of 10 days.
Each exhibit has been reviewed and modified to reduce the potential risk of spreading
COVID19. Some exhibit pieces have been removed from the museum floor at this time while
others have to be tagged for more frequent cleaning.
Toy Time Out Bin – Toys that children have placed in their mouths or contaminated should be
placed into these designated bins and/or given to museum staff for cleaning.
Large groups and field trips (groups of 15+) are restricted to Mondays and Tuesdays only and
must be pre-registered for their play time. Birthday parties will only be scheduled during our
afternoon hours (traditionally our slower museum times) or after hours.
If you have any concerns or questions, please contact Kelly Dressel, Executive Director of
Children’s Museum of the Highlands at 863-451-5385 or email:
Museum Operating Hours: Mondays/Tuesdays – by appointment only.
Wednesdays/Thursdays 10am-4pm. Fridays/Saturdays 10am-5pm