Golisano Children's Museum of Naples

239-514-0084
15080 Livingston Rd
Naples, FL

Location

15080 Livingston Rd
Naples , FL
United States
Phone: 239-514-0084
Florida US
An exciting, inspiring environment where children and their families play, learn, and dream together.

Facility Access Information

Accessible Entrance: 
Both the main entrance and the school entrance are fully accessible with ramp access.
Café / Restaurant: 
Café/Restaurant is wheelchair accessible
Wheelchairs Available: 
Admissions desk
Accessible Restrooms: 
All restrooms are accessible
Family/Unisex Restroom: 
Family / unisex restroom available (wheelchair accessible)
Family/Unisex Restroom Location: 
Ground floor near the Cafe
Service Animals: 
Allowed
Sitting Area Location: 
Throughout the Museum
Visitor Information Desk
The following items are available. Please ask for them at the information desk: 
Braille/tactile floor plans
Other Resources: 
Visual transition timers and noise reducing headphones
Galleries and Exhibits
Tactile or Multisensory Exhibits: 
All exhibits with the exception of the Loos Art Gallery are fully hands-on. The Loos Art Gallery has wall panels with examples of art materials that can be touched.
Tours and Scheduled Programs
Description: 
All programs have been developed to include multiple ways of learning. In addition we have two programs dedicated to children's with disabilities, our Breaking the Barriers mornings and our Sensory Nights. Our Breaking the Barriers program is designed to provide families with children with physical, developmental and behavioral disorders extra time to get used to the Museum, learn how to use the exhibits, learn how to transition through the spaces, meet the staff and volunteers, participate in regular museum programs and more, in a safe and welcoming environment. Breaking the Barriers programs are limited and registration is required to make sure each family receives the specialized care they need to ensure success for their children. In addition, C’mon provides Sensory Nights for children on the autism spectrum and or other sensory disabilities. Nights are limited in order to minimize crowds, and registration is required. Lighting and sound are muted and additional sensory activities and cool down spaces are provided. These sessions are a great way to learn the Museum and get used to transitions in the space.
Our Access Programs Use: 
Original touchable objects
Touch objects (replicas, facsimiles, props)
Verbal descriptions
Art-making activities
Hands-on classroom activities
Drama and movement
Music and sound
Information about Programs and Upcoming Exhibits
You can find out about our regular and accessible programs from: 
Our website or by emailing education@cmon.org
To join our mailing list or receive a newsletter/access newsletter: 
Email info@cmon.org