Join the Dubin Center as we journey through the past and explore the fascinating ways that Southwest Florida has played a part in shaping history. The IMAG is home to a number of historical exhibits that boast a wide array of artifacts, interactive opportunities and more. The Dubin Center visit will involve exploring the ways that Southwest Florida was impacted by World War II. Features include information on the military bases that were housed here, opportunities to hear recordings from President Roosevelt and Prime Minister Churchill, and the chance to learn about military aircraft of the time. An additional exhibit will shine a light on the Calusa Native American tribe who built a complex empire as the first people to make Southwest Florida their home. Features of this exhibit include cultural artifacts such as masks, weapons, tools, artwork and many others. Lastly, visitors will have the chance to interact with an augmented reality sandbox as they learn how water impacted the way that Florida got its shape.
Admission to the IMAG for this activity is $10.00 per person. This includes all-day admission to the entirety of the museum. Participants may enjoy the museum at leisure once the Out and About activity has finished. Please RSVP as soon as possible by calling the Dubin Cener at 239-437-3007.