Orlando Science Center is a glistening structure that is highlighted by the dome of the John Young Planetarium and looks like ... More
Orlando Science Center
Orlando Science Center is a glistening structure that is highlighted by the dome of the John Young Planetarium and looks like the product of a meeting between Greco-Roman architects and Star Trek engineers. The analogy applies to inside activities as well. The museum strives to teach kids (and adults) about classical science using modern, hands-on, sometimes high-tech activities. With 207,000 square feet, the museum houses 10 themed exhibit halls where patrons can explore the human body, modern technology, the solar system and other topics. The exhibits often change, so you can always learn something new. Its eight-story CineDome is billed as the world's largest movie theater. It shows large-format nature/technology films.
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