The Florida Museum of Natural History is excited to welcome visitors back!
Should you not feel ready to return just yet, please continue to enjoy our extensive online resources or email newsletters.
Thank you for your endless support over these last few years and we look forward to seeing you soon!
What You Can Do:
- Sanitize or wash hands frequently
- Credit cards are preferred for purchases
- Download our Museum Map in advance of visiting
- Review our Parking Map in advance of visiting
What We’re Doing:
- Regular sanitizing of exhibits, galleries, workspaces and common areas
- Placing extra hand sanitizers throughout the building
Frequently Asked Questions:
Please call Visitor Services at 352-846-2000 if you have further questions or need clarification.
Tickets are available for purchase online through Tix.com. Service fees apply and are charged by Tix.com. Online tickets are general admission and valid for single-day use. Butterfly Rainforest tickets may be used up to 6 months past the purchase date. Best Value and special exhibit tickets expire the last day of the special exhibition.
The Fine Print:
By visiting the Florida Museum, all visitors voluntarily assume all risks related to COVID-19 exposure and accept and agree to abide by these guidelines and all other signage posted on the premises. The Florida Museum may deny any visitor entry once building or exhibit limits are reached. All visitors are welcome to wear a face covering, but are not required to wear a face covering. Visitors are responsible for providing their own face mask or shield. Visitors are encouraged to remain at least six (6) feet, or two (2) meters, apart from others not in their party. Visitors must respect all posted signage and follow all Florida Museum rules and instructions. Any visitor, including members of that visitor’s party, who fails to follow the Florida Museum signage, rules and instructions, may be denied entry or be required to leave the premise. Please call visitor services at 352-846-2000 if you have questions. Thank you for visiting!
CDC: Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
Florida Health Department: COVID-19
University of Florida: COVID-19 Updates