From dinos to trains, what kid wouldn't love to spend the day at this interactive museum? Created by the Junior ... More
Junior Museum of Bay County
From dinos to trains, what kid wouldn't love to spend the day at this interactive museum? Created by the Junior Women's Club and the Women's Club of Panama City in 1967, the Junior Museum of Bay County opened in 1969 and moved to its current location in 1981. It sits on 12 acres full of fun for the whole family, from its 1500 foot boardwalk and nature trail, to its very own pioneer settlement. Learn about your body at the Body Works exhibit, then take a trip through time and explore real pioneer buildings from the 1800s. The museum offers programs for kids of all ages, including summer camps, classes for younger children, birthday parties, and its great for field trips. General Admission is USD3 for non-members, while members get in free.
Located just east of Panama City Beach, St. Andrew's State Park is a place where outdoor adventure enthusiasts come to
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Captain Rick and Captain Ron invite you to come aboard and experience a piece of history. The Betsy Ann Riverboat
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