A small exhibit featuring some perspectives on H2O. Robert Sitler (Professor, Modern Languages) provides a videographic tour of a variety of sites in our watershed; Kirsten Work (Professor, Biology) offers a study of spring snails.
- Tuesday through Friday: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
- The museum is occasionally open weekday evenings for special events and programs.
- Saturday: Open once a month for Science Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The museum will be closed during 2016-17 academic holidays, including Fall Break (10/13 and 10/14); Thanksgiving Weekend (11/23-11/25); Winter Break (12/12-1/16); and Spring Holidays (3/6-3/10). Staff may be reached by email (email@example.com) or phone, 386.822.7330.
- No admissions fee. Donations support educational programming.
Educational Programs (Classes K-12, scouts, home school groups, etc.)
- Students: $2.50
- Teachers/Chaperones: No charge
Dates at a Glance
September 22 - Opening, Aquatic Gems
September 24 - Science Saturday/Smithsonian Day
October 27 - Science Cafe, St. Johns River
October 29 - Science Saturday/Green Halloween
November 5 - Science Saturday/Rock Swap
November 10 - Science Cafe, Field Notes from Archbold
December 1-9 - Rock Your Stocking at the Museum Shop!
February 2 - Science Cafe, An Environmental Tale of Three Continents
February 11 - Science Saturday/We LOVE Rocks & Minerals
March 23 - Science Cafe, To Sleep Perchance To Remember
March 25 - Science Saturday/Space Rocks
April 20 - Science Cafe, Pollinator Project at the Volusia Sandhill
April 22 - Science Saturday/Earth Day at the Gillespie Museum