TALLAHASSEE, FL (WTXL) -- Saturday was all about kids at the Museum of Florida History for the 34th annual Children's Day.
Boys and girls got their hands on different crafts, from art therapy to magnetic science.
The day was filled with action, including several performances inside and fun activities outside.
Museum officials say the annual event gives children the opportunity to explore different subjects in an exciting, interactive way.
"It's just a great time to have all the organizations in the community come together," said Sara Brockmann, the museum's outreach coordinator. "A place for kids to really learn the history of Florida and Tallahassee, as well as get a taste of science and a bunch of other things that the community has to offer."
This year's theme was "Sharing History."