The Sandoway House was constructed in 1936.
And is credited to local architect, Samuel Ogren.


Title 1 Schools:
If your group is unable to pay, we do provide programs at a discounted rate.


Executive Director
  • $6.00 per person. Chaperones are Free.
  • Programs are 1 hour long.
  • Payment can be made by cash, check or credit card.
  • We require a minimum of 25 participants.


Director of Education and Animal Care/Internship Coordinator

Evan is a veteran paddler and surfer as well as a marine biologist with a specialty in invertebrate zoology.



Amanda was born and raised in West Palm Beach, FL and received her AA degree in Zoology from Palm Beach State College. Previously she has worked for Busch Wildlife Sanctuary and the Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society as a Keeper and an Education Specialist educating all ages about animals, habitats, and conservation. She enjoys being out in nature whether its hiking, canoeing, camping, etc. and is very passionate about animals and conservation.


If there is a particular topic you are covering in class and do not see it on our list, please call (561-274-7263) and we may be able to customize a lesson for your group!
New Class!

Our changing earth

Field Trips Only!

This new program has been designed to teach about the importance of protecting and preserving our environment through the understanding and exploring of current environmental issues: sea level rise, climate change, ocean acidification and the need for recycling.

*Currently grant funded for Title 1 schools, Admission+Busing

New Class!


Field Trips Only!

Learn about the diversity of the animal kingdom with Sandoway! Classification, characteristics, habitat, adaptations, and ecology will be covered while interacting with our resident animals, including a shark feeding!

Shark tank & coral reef adventure

Field Trips Only!
Learn about classification, characteristics, habitat, adaptations, conservation, ecosystems, food chains and more through live fish and shark feeding presentation, shells, mermaids purses, sea glass, sand dollars, etc. and tour of our world class shell collection!

Shell stories & Touch tank

Field Trips Only!
Learn about marine invertebrate characteristics, adaptations, functions, development, conservation and more through live marine invertebrates in our interactive touch tank (field trips only). The program also includes a tour of our world class shell collection as well as a shark feeding presentation. Students get a chance to see and hold mermaids purses, shells, sand dollars, egg cases and more!