The Schoolhouse Children’s Museum & Learning Center in Boynton Beach has two floors of hands-on, interactive exhibits and a host of other educational programs. Admission is $5 for children and adults. Kids under the age of 1 are free.
A rainy day is the perfect time to check out the South Florida Science Center’s new butterfly exhibit. It features a zip line that lets children move through the air like a butterfly and a spider web that kids can climb on.
Monkey Joe’s and Cool Beans
Let your kids bounce out some of their extra energy at an indoor play center like Cool Beans Cafe in Palm Beach Gardens or Monkey Joe’s, which has locations in suburban Lake Worth and Boca Raton.
Check out a book
Many local libraries have summer programs and activities for both toddlers and school-age children.
Palm Beach County’s library system has a summer reading program that features giveaways. You can read more here.
You can also search a list of events and activities by library location by clicking here.
Fun Depot at 2003 10th Avenue North in Lake Worth has an indoor arcade. There is also laser tag, batting cages and go-karts.
Palm Beach Zoo
If you don’t mind getting a little wet, grab a poncho and head over to the Palm Beach Zoo. The zoo is offering a rainy day discount today (June 7). Admission prices are 50 percent off when you show this Twitter post at the front gate.