The Best Places To See in Coral Springs

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2855 Coral Springs Dr, Coral Springs, FL 33065

Since 1997

Family Friendly, Workshops And Lectures, RRAZZ Room Series, Youth Classes, Adult Classes, Fun School Programs, Museum Tours, Artist In Residence, Current Exhibitions, Coming Exhibitions, Past Exhibitions, Masterpiece Event, Wedding Events, School Field Trips, Camp, Classes, Artreaches, Public Programs, Special Needs Adult & Youth Organization

Free Admission: Members, Children (age 5 & under) - They create a stimulating and enjoyable educational visual arts experience for the South Florida community exhibiting diverse Florida, national and international artists

Price: Adults (18+): $6, Seniors: $5, Students w/ID: $3

Mon - Fri : 10:00 am - 5:00 pm Sat & Sun : Closed

We went yesterday , since it was an overcast drizzly day. We decided to explore Coral Springs . The Museum of Art was perfect. They have a small area in the middle of the exhibits with books, a great little gift shop that has the featured artists work. Later on we were able to explore the outside art work. We will definitely be back in the near future. This is the perfect place to introduce children to a Art Museum.

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10000 NW 29th St, Coral Springs, FL 33065

Since 1964

Museum, Special Exhibit, Field Trips, Summer Camps, Special Events, Workshops, Educational Programs, Students, Teachers, Adult, Youth & Family Programs

The museum presents the master plans, subdivision plats and maps showing the how the City grew from a population of five to over 123,600 in 50 years

Mon - Fri : 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Sat & Sun : Closed

It has now been renovated and is designated a Florida Heritage Site. There are model buildings and historic items of interest on display. The one-room building in Mullins Park, between the pool and the Center for the Arts, was nearly history during a windstorm. The City formed the Historical Advisory Committee, which identified the building as a landmark that should be restored to its prior status as a museum. Years of neglect had left the building in need of total restoration.

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