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Florida has a unique geological history that is right beneath our feet! Learn about museum collections with one of our paleontologists and then take an easy hike in the park with us! The bowl-shaped sinkhole at Devil’s Millhopper is 120 feet deep and you can catch glimpses of this geological wonder on the trail.

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About this program

This socially distant, personalized tour of the park is ideal for homeschool or learning pod groups. Your ticket includes the day’s park pass so feel free to stay after our program ends to explore the park further, have a picnic lunch or enjoy nature!

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Museum in the Parks

Organizer

Name: Alberto Lopez Torres, Florida Museum

Email: alopez@floridamuseum.ufl.edu

Venue

Devil’s Millhopper Geological State Park

4732 Millhopper Road
Gainesville, FL 32653
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