Our New Operating Hours

Nature Center, Sea Turtle Rehabilitation, and Aquariums Tuesday - Sunday, 9:00 am - 4:00 pm Monday, 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm  (Gift Shop closed on Monday) Nature Trails Sunday - Saturday, 7:00 am - Dusk Restrooms are not available when the nature center is closed.

January-February Issue of Hammock Happenings

Check out the latest issue of Hammock Happenings, Gumbo Limbo’s Newsletter and Program Guide.    

November-December Issue of Hammock Happenings

Check out the latest issue of Hammock Happenings, Gumbo Limbo’s Newsletter and Program Guide.    

The Don Stone Scholarship Fund

The Don Stone Scholarship will support students from Palm Beach or Broward County who wish to pursue a course of study or research in preserving coastal waters and lands. The scholarship will cover the tuition for four years of education with the funds allocated each year at the beginning of the

Guided Tours for Families and Individuals Available

Gumbo Limbo Nature Center is moving forward in our phased plan to re-open to the public. Guided tours of our property are now availabe and visit all outdoor areas including our gardens, aquariums, and sea turtle rehabilitation facility.  Registration for guided tours is available on the City’s

FIVE Eco-Friendly Items to Have on Hand

Given the state of this planet, it is very important for us to each do our own part. Whether it is reusing a cup at the soda fountain, or stashing Tupperware in the trunk – all our daily actions add up. This really comes down to being self-sufficient and a prepared consumer. We should not need

Getting Around Car Free

Make local travel adventurous! Transportation accounts for 28% of global carbon emissions which makes reducing our automobile usage one of the most impactful personal practices in being eco-friendly. But how exactly? Main thing is, you’ve got to plan ahead. Look up the place you want to visit

Use Your Voice: End Plastic Pollution

As a society, we have learned so much about the ocean and all the environmental impacts humans are causing. We know that our very climate is threatened and biodiversity of life on Earth is at stake. But what can we do? Reduce our impact? Reducing future impact is a wonderful start, but what can

Sustainable for Sea Turtles

March 1st is the start of sea turtle nesting season! Mark your calendars, it continues until the end of October. Sea turtles are heavily impacted by human activity through pollution, fishery bycatch, and climate change. All seven species are listed as vulnerable, but two are listed as

Dr. Ayana Elizabeth Johnson

Dr. Ayana Elizabeth Johnson an extremely well-rounded individual, had humble beginnings at the age of 5. After falling in love with coral reefs when learning to swim in the Florida Keys, she knew she wanted to become a marine biologist. Stricken that this ecosystem she loved was dying, Dr.