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There is always something new happening at the Museum of Discovery and Science. Spend a day of discovery exploring hundreds of interactive exhibits including the new EcoDiscovery Center. Visitors can take a ride on the Everglades Airboat Adventure...more
We went on a rainy afternoon as we were trying to keep our two year old grandson amused. He loved it. The majority of the exhibits are hands on. He was bit young for some of them but he had a blast. There's a special...More
A excellent museum for children learning about science. Very hands on! On the second floor their several experiences that cost more money. The 4d ride wasn’t worth the money and several chairs were brook. The flight simulators need some repairs but the kids didn’t seem...More
Some great activities for the kids. Love the airboat ride and the shark exhibit. If you are an ASTC member you are only allowed 2 people which is absurd. It should at least include your kids!! It was a fun indoor thing to do when...More
Tons of stuff to do here. Mostly for kids. Some educational things and cool sights to see but not too much for adults. The IMAX is incredible though. If you get a chance to see a movie while you are there do that as well....More
It was brutal outside, so off to the Museum and the Imax theater. Cool for the kids, for the adults and inside out of the heat. Interactive exhibits, snack bar, immense theater. Kids are safe and love the Museum
Just three might be a little young, but there are plenty of hands on things to do that even very young children can enjoy. Our four year old grandsons had a blast. While there were some activities they couldn't participate... More
Just three might be a little young, but there are plenty of hands on things to do that even very young children can enjoy. Our four year old grandsons had a blast. While there were some activities they couldn't participate in, those were few and far between. As I recall, there was a special area for younger ones near the entrance and once my grandsons got in there, they were having so much fun it was hard to get them to leave to explore the rest of the museum.