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Stroller Tours at Orlando Museum of Art- OMA

Take a stroll through the galleries with infants and toddlers in tow! Join a Museum educator for a one-hour tour of the Orlando Museum of Art (OMA) that promises lively discussion and engaging experiences- Stroller Tours. Crying and chatty babies are welcome! Both babies and adults can gaze at colorful and intriguing works of art without the fear of being disruptive. This tour offers something for everyone!

The Stroller Tours are designed to accommodate the unique needs of parents and caregivers with young children. These tours provide a relaxed and welcoming environment where participants can enjoy the museum’s exhibits at their own pace. Whether you’re a new parent looking for a cultural outing or a caregiver seeking a fun and educational activity, these tours are the perfect fit.

Pre-registration is required to ensure a spot on the tour. The cost for visitors is $15, which covers one adult and up to four children. Additional adults can join for $12 each. Museum members enjoy a discounted rate of $5, making it an affordable option for a fun family outing.

– Visitors: $15 (covers one adult and up to 4 children); $12 for additional adults
– Museum Members: $5

Stroller Tours provides an excellent opportunity to introduce young children to the world of art in a setting that welcomes their natural curiosity and energy. As you navigate through the galleries, you’ll encounter a variety of artworks that are sure to capture the imagination of both children and adults.

This program is perfect for parents looking to share their love of art with their children in a supportive and engaging environment. Don’t miss out on this unique and enjoyable way to experience the Orlando Museum of Art!

For more information and to register, please visit the museum’s website or contact their education department. Join us for a memorable journey through art, designed with families in mind.


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