Manatees and so much more!
Make your plans to visit us today to learn more about these gentle giants and Lake Worth Lagoon.
Manatee Masters, our educational docents, guide visitors on walking tours of Manatee Lagoon’s exhibits, providing insight about “all things manatee” and the Lake Worth Lagoon ecosystem. Tours are open to all ages.
Date: Daily, excluding the first Sunday of each month, unless otherwise noted on the calendar
Time: 2 p.m.; the program typically lasts 45 to 60 minutes
Location: The walking tour will meet at the manatee skeletons inside the building’s entrance. Limited seating is available throughout the tour.
Mindful Moments Adult Yoga
Join us for adult yoga against the calming backdrop of Lake Worth Lagoon. Classes are led by certified instructors. Participants must be 18 or older.
Date and time: Tuesday and Thursday evenings, 5:45 - 6:45 p.m.
Location: Outdoors near the observation deck
Cost: FREE (pre-registration REQUIRED)
School Group Visits
Our field trip options offer a look into the world of manatees and their local habitat, Lake Worth Lagoon.
Date: By reservation
Time: By reservation
Cost: FREE (all school group visits are by reservation only)
Lectures at the Lagoon
Join an expert speaker for an opportunity to learn about a new environmental topic every month. All ages are welcome to take a seat, listen and ask questions.
Date: Typically held the first Sunday of the month, or other days as noted on the calendar
Time: 2 -3 p.m. unless otherwise noted
Cost: FREE (but pre-registration is requested)
WILD ABOUT WILDLIFE
VIRTUAL SUMMER CAMP
Join us as we embark on an action-packed virtual summer adventure.
Date: Stay tuned for 2022 details.
Ages: Topics and sessions are targeted towards ages 6 to 9, however other ages are welcome to register and participate
Cost: FREE, voluntary donations can be made during the registration process.
Visit Manatee Lagoon to see featured exhibits that teach you more about the local environment, such as the Wonderlands of the Lake Worth Lagoon Watershed photo exhibit from Palm Beach County Department of Environmental Resources Management.