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Explore a World of Possibilities at Tampa’s Museum of Science & Industry with more than 150 hands-on activities, Gaze into the starry night sky in MOSI’s Saunders Planetarium, and don’t miss exploring Mission: Moonbase where you can preform missions...more
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I came here thinking that it was going to be grand and it was not. I have a 2 year old and a 12 year old. Nothing to do for the toddler except for a jungle gym outside, which even then was not age appropriate...More
The IMAX closed along with about 75% of the museum. What remains are a handful of exhibits and upsells. It's extra for the ropes and virtuall reality. It was OK but I would have skipped it if I had known this.
I enjoyed myself at this place. It is a very large and high-quality learning center. After playing with many fun yet educational displays, I found the tech area and it is cutting edge. It is air-conditioned and a fantastic place to explore on a hot...More
Mosi used to have many exhibits, and it was pretty fun. However, almost everything was changed, and they took a few of the "meh" things and put them all into a single building, and got rid of everything else. Mosi also used to have a...More
The museum of Science and Industry was a last minute visit added to our trip. We found the museum very educational and fun. There were lots of hands on exhibits and there was plenty to do. After we completed the museum we took time in...More
Visiting from out of town and bought the city pass which included the MOSI tickets. After walking through the place in 60 minutes - glad we didn’t pay for this place or make a special trip.
I found that it was dated, lacked any oomph....More