Kids Free November

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This month, Visit Jacksonville and its tourism partners are bringing back “Kids Free November,” the second annual month-long special promotion for families to discover and explore Jacksonville’s most entertaining attractions at a fraction of the regular cost. 

During the entire month of November, children will receive free admission at attractions like the Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens, Catty Shack Ranch Wildlife Sanctuary, the Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens, the Museum of Science and History and many more. Several participating attractions will offer free admission for up to five children under the age of 12 with one general admission paying adult.

“Jacksonville is a vibrant city with an abundance of resources and offerings for families throughout the region to enjoy,” says Mayor Lenny Curry. “Kids Free November highlights many of these activities and opportunities where children can explore, learn, and grow.”

 Kids Free November participating attractions:

·         Amelia River Cruises

·         Adventure Landing

·         Catty Shack Ranch Wildlife Sanctuary

·         Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens

·         Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens

·         Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA)

·         Museum of Science and History (MOSH)

·         Ritz Theatre and Museum

Additionally, The Jacksonville Symphony, King & Bear Golf Course, Slammer & Squire Golf Course and Sweet Pete’s are offering different special family promotions during November. To learn more about each of the participating attractions and their offers go to: www.KidsFreeNovember.com.  

 “November is the perfect month to spend some quality family time in Jacksonville, especially when the fun times can be had without breaking the bank!” says Paul Astleford, President and CEO of Visit Jacksonville. “We invite everyone to visit this fall, especially if you are on a budget, and take advantage of this special promotion, as well as enjoy the fall festivals, city events, shopping and the perfect weather in Jacksonville during this season.”