Museum Of Discovery And Science, Fort Lauderdale
About Museum Of Discovery And Science, Fort Lauderdale
Museum Of Discovery And Science, Fort Lauderdale - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 401 S.W. 2nd St., Downtown and Las Olas, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312
Ticket Price: 19 USD
Time Required: 02:30 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
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One of the finest examples of an interactive museum is all of Florida, the Museum of Discovery & Science is fun for all ages; parents won’t get bored and children won’t stop having fun. A visit that begins by being greeted by a gigantic energy structure is indication enough for the treats inside the museum.
The Discovery Centre is a favourite haunt among the children, followed by the Florida Ecoscapes where they come in close contact with the other inhabitants of the eco-system. The adjacent IMAX theatre was a repertoire of showcasing some excellent films, some in 3D, ranging all genres.
Restaurants Near Museum Of Discovery And Science
- Tarpon Bend (seafood recommended).
- The Chimney House (South American cuisines served).
- The Pirate Republic Bar, Seafood & Grill.
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Wonderful museum full of fun and educational activities for children, yet adults can still find enjoyment here too so they won't be bored taking their kids. Yes, it's a bit older and some pavilions show their age, but most children don't seem to notice or care. I loved coming here as a child, now that I've gone with a child I've seen it from a new angle and I enjoyed it once again. I was there with a 6 year old and we did about 95% of the museum and a 45 minute IMAX movie in the space of 4 1/2 hours, another 30 minutes and we would have done it all.
My kids and I love this museum. I've been coming here since I was in elementary school and it has only gotten better over time. Yes, there are things that don't work, as can be expected when hundreds of people come to interact with the exhibits. Every museum will be the same. What matters is that the staff are friendly and helpful, the exhibits are engaging, and children are having fun and learning at the same time. The facility is wheelchair accessible, stroller-friendly, kid-friendly. There is a Subway and Auntie Anne's on site for a lunch or snack break with most of the seating outdoors in the shade. My children enjoy the play area and the exhibits every time we go, and we go at least 6 times a year.
I’ve enjoyed 2 visits with my Grandson. Worth the money. Purchased a year pass. On our way today for another interesting day.
This museum is awesome, great for children who like to explore and like to feed their curiosity. There is also alot of cool things to keep the parents entertained. Kids will have a good time.
Lot of fun, you have to go with time especially if you are taking your kids. They have various brain games and they are gonna make you think for a while. Loved the airplanes
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