From creeps of the deep to an endangered species cemetery to science that glows in the dark, amazing sea creatures await you!
That’s the apt description listed for the Navarre Beach Marine Science Station’s annual Science Spooktacular scheduled for Oct. 26.
Visitors will be able to explore sea-themed stations and experience science in a hands-on, fun environment. Activities will include a costume contest, kid-friendly experiments and haunted beach walk.
Make gooey slime or participate in dissections by Dr. Spookfish. This kid-friendly event is truly one of a kind. Sea-themed costumes are always encouraged.
Admission is $5 per person, and Children 2 and under are free. Pay at the gate!
All funds support the awesome education programs at the Navarre Beach Marine Science Station. This beach front education center works to inspire with conservation lessons to school age children, dual enrollment opportunities to high schoolers and public awareness events.
If you have not stopped in at a Science Station event, you are really missing out.
The station is located inside the Navarre Beach Marine Park, a pristine nature preserve along the Gulf of Mexico. The building is located on the Santa Rosa Sound side at 8638 Blue Heron Court in Navarre, FL 32566. Free public parking is available on-site.
This event has activities catered to every age group, and even has some fun for the adults. I always come away having learned something new. If your family will be in Navarre Beach at the end of October, I highly recommend adding this event to your plans.
Book your spooky stay at NavarreListings.com.