Virtual & Outreach Adventures
Gulfarium Marine Adventure Park introduces new educational virtual and outreach opportunities to assist teachers, schools, and the Florida panhandle community with the tools to discover and learn more about Florida’s biodiversity. Each program will meet multiple Florida Benchmark requirements, and can be tailored to fit teacher’s needs.
Virtual Adventure Options
Always on a Mission! Meet and learn about our animal ambassador heroes at Gulfarium Marine Adventure Park via Zoom. Each Virtual Adventure will explore the ambassador’s adaptations and unique personalities. Students will learn why our ambassadors play a crucial role for their wild counterparts, and why they are so important to the ecosystem. They are always on a mission!
25-30 minutes - $98.00 per Virtual Adventure for up to four log-in devices (4 classrooms) with one of our animal ambassadors listed below.
- Additional classroom/device may log-in, and join their peers for the scheduled Virtual Adventure at a discounted rate of $25.00 per class/log-in device.
Virtual Adventure Choices:
- Turtle, Tortoise, Terrapin
Each presentation will have a Gulfarium Educator leading the students through this virtual experience. This virtual experience will be a 25-30 minute presentation designed to engage students on the importance of biodiversity. Advance reservations required. Programs are offered Monday – Friday, from Labor Day through February with full payment of program due two weeks prior to event date. All prices subject to Florida Sales Tax unless a Tax-Exempt Certificate is provided.
We hope to see you soon!
Reptile Outreach Adventure Options:
$150.00 + Travel Fee, 45 - 60 minute program (travel fee - $0.75 per mile / round trip) per classroom setting (maximum of 30 students).
Includes: Educator, PowerPoint, Animal Ambassador, & Bio-Facts.
Turtle, Tortoise, Terrapin: Adapting to Florida!
Florida has many unique habitats, from brackish marsh lands, to thick pine forests. Students will identify and learn about the similarities and differences between turtles, tortoises and terrapins, how they adapted to survive in Florida’s diverse landscapes, and necessary conservation efforts to help sustain their species.
Snake Expedition: Every Corner of the World!
Snakes have adapted to survive on almost every continent of the world, a true survival species. Students will take an in-depth look into the important role snakes play in our ecosystem, and their unique adaptations, helping to create positive change in attitudes towards snakes.