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Orlando Science Center, Orlando

#5 of 36 in Childrens Museums in Florida
Observatory · Hidden Gem · Science Museum
Orlando Science Center offers permanent and temporary exhibits designed to encourage curiosity about science and the natural world. Visit the exhibit halls to discover how the universe and our planet were created, find out why the sky is blue, and explore black holes. You can learn about dinosaurs and ancient mammals. Head through the science park to bone up on transportation and geography. At Nature Works, you can interact with creatures from Florida's diverse ecosystems. The center also features an area for smaller children. Plan a trip to Orlando easily and quickly by telling Inspirock to suggest an itinerary.
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  • Overall, I think this is a very valid indoor activity in hot sunny (sometimes rainy) Florida. At >$60 for two adults, one child, and one infant, it is one of the more expensive science centers we...  more »
  • Lots of hands on exhibits for everyone, from dinosaurs to building blocks. Lots to see and touch and the kids will love it Very cool movies too. Unfortunately their coffee shop was closed. They have.....  more »
  • Who doesn't love science?! The regular exhibits and activities are lots of fun, educational, and have good variety. Their changing exhibits have always been a hit, as well. If you think you'll visit more than twice a year, definitely get an annual membership! It is a tremendous value. No blackouts (that I've ever heard of), includes free parking, a discount at the Subway, and allows entry an hour before it opens to non-members. It's great for all ages, and the staff are awesome. Highly recommended!
  • This was one of the best science museums I've ever been to and I've been to quite a few with my kids. There was something there for everyone of all ages. I think I had more fun than my kids just experimenting with all the different exhibits they had there. We went when they had the teenage mutant Ninja turtles exhibit and my kids enjoyed that. This is a great way to beat the Florida heat and it's not to expensive for a good 2-3 hour adventure

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