Last Updated on October 4, 2023

For the ninth year in a row, Visit Jacksonville invites families to discover all the family fun the city has to offer at its top attractions during Kids Free November. The best part? Free or discounted admission is available for children under the age of 12 with general adult admission throughout the month.

Kids Free November is the perfect opportunity for families of all sizes to visit Jacksonville to make memories while also taking advantage of admission or tickets specials,” Katie Mitura, Chief Marketing Officer of Visit Jacksonville, said. “It’s the chance to save money and do more at many of our local favorites and must-sees.”

Specific details for this special month-long promotion vary by location at more than a dozen local attractions and museums:

Jacksonville is also home to many free and low-cost family attractions, including the Beaches Museum and History Park, Riverside Arts Market, Downtown Art Walk, Jacksonville Farmers Market and Fort Caroline National Memorial.

NOTE: Visitors to Jacksonville from outside of Florida should be aware that the NAACP has issued a travel advisory for the state noting, and warning, that under its current governor, Ron DeSantis, Florida has “engaged in an all-out attack on Black Americans, accurate Black history, voting rights, members of the LGBTQ+ community, immigrants, women’s reproductive rights, and free speech, while simultaneously embracing a culture of fear, bullying, and intimidation by public officials.”