Learning Through Interactive Play
The Golisano Children’s Museum of Naples (C’MON) is a 30,000-square-foot museum for families located in the North Collier Regional Park in Naples, Florida. C’MON is a premier Naples attraction that features 12 family fun exhibit galleries and thousands of interactive experiences. Kids, parents, and grandparents can visit foreign lands like Thailand, England, and Germany, become a farmer, engineer, or veterinarian, sit in an igloo, climb a giant banyan tree, and much more!
C’MON is Collier County’s first family fun learning environment devoted exclusively to child’s play, the serious business of discovery that helps children attain hallmark milestones on the journey into adulthood. The Golisano Children’s Museum of Naples is one of the finest children’s museums in the United States and is fully accessible to all children regardless of their physical or learning abilities. Read the Children’s Museum of Naples featured blog article – click here!
C’MON Museum Store
The museum store is conveniently located to the left of the lobby. Stop by anytime (during Museum hours). You do not have to pay admission to visit. All of the merchandise in the museum store has been carefully selected to inspire learning, creativity, and fun. Categories include crafts, science, construction, puzzle, Sesame Street, and books of all kinds.
Healthy Snacks And More at The Garden Café
Enjoy lunch or a snack at C’MON’s Garden Cafe which offers healthy food choices including snacks, drinks, salads, sandwiches, dessert and fresh fruit available daily.
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C’MON Hours and Admission:
Admission is free for C’MON members and children under 1 years of age, Admission for Adults, Seniors 55+, and children over 1 year of age is $12.00. Membership Information. Please note: It is the policy of the Museum that you must have at least one child present to be admitted to the Museum.
The mission of C’MON is to, “Provide an exciting, inspiring environment where children and their families can play, learn and dream together.”