Orlando Science CenterCurrently Closed
- Address: 777 E Princeton St, Orlando, FL 32803, United States
- Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-4075142000
- Ticket Price: 20 USD
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Science Museum, Family And Kids
Orlando Science Center - Review
The Orlando Science Center is a private non-revenue driven enterprise that is a very good tourist attraction especially for families. The interactive exhibits have all been designed to increase the interest of the common public in science.
A lot of the exhibits are quite old although many new and innovative ideas have made the experience even better now. The earlier sections house wonderful displays of science at work.
There is a physical sciences gallery which is a must visit. The Curiosity Corner, an active display zone is made for the very young and innovative guests to the center. A centerpiece called Natureworks has also been made recently. Be sure to visit this with the family. Also, visit the popular attractions in the city by following Orlando Itinerary 5 Days.
Orlando Science Center Ticket Prices
- Adult: $19.95
- Youth (3-11): $13.95
- Senior (55 and above): $17.95
- Student with ID: $17.95
- Under 2: Free
Orlando Science Center Hours
- Fridays and Saturdays: 10:00 am - 9:00 pm (Open for Star-Studded Evenings from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. for Digital Adventure Theater films and the Crosby Observatory (weather-permitting) only.
- After 5:00 p.m. exhibit halls will be closed.
- Orlando Science Center is open on most major holidays except for Easter Sunday.
- Please check the Events Calendar for hour changes and updates.
- Hours and content are subject to change.
How To reach Orlando Science Center by Public Transport
- Sanford station
Restaurants Near Orlando Science Center
- The Greek Corner Restaurants
- Logan’s Bristo
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Things to Know Before Visiting Orlando Science Center
42.98% of people who visit Orlando include Orlando Science Center in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
70.75% of people start their Orlando Science Center visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Orlando Science Center
93% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Orlando Science Center
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Orlando Science Center, Orlando Reviews
We enjoyed our visit to Orlando Science Center. We had several kids ranging in ages 2-10 and they had a blast. Several adults attended with us, and they were also very entertained. A little on the pricey side, but well worth the cost of admission. Parking garage is easily accessible, and has a short (under cover) walk to the front doors. Coffee bars and drink stations throughout, as well as Subway on the ground floor. Highly recommend.
Amazing place! I'm born and raised in Central FL., and it's always been good, but they've really stepped it up a notch. If I had kids, I'd totally have a membership. We took my nephew and he was entertained for hours, along with all the other kids there. In addition, they have great events for adults in the evenings, and you can rent space. Something for all ages. Exhibits are entertaining, interactive, and educational. Go visit if you've never been or haven't been in awhile.
The kids area is amazing! My 4 year old and almost two year old would've happily played in there all day, they actually did for most of it. There is "working" orange grove, a huge climbing tower, and an awesome dress up theater, and tons more. The superhero exhibit was awesome, loads of interactive and hands on activities to enjoy for adults, teens, and kids alike. A yearly pass wouldn't go wasted here for families with littles. The indoor play areas are a lifesaver in our Florida heat/humidity
Humongous place for kids to learn while playing. The exhibits were high quality, fun, and informative. The place was so big we couldn't finish everything in one visit. It was busy so we had to wait for some things but it was summer and the place was full of summer camp children so it was to be expected. There was a ton of helpful staff throughout the building. The large wetland exhibit in the middle was beautiful. This is a must return stop for me.
Incredible museum for kids. Packed with exhibits, activities, and play areas for a wide range of children. Really well kept, and effectively staffed. You could easily spend an entire day here and keep your kids engaged with no fear of burn out / boredom. I was very impressed with how well they kept the various exhibits cleaned and organized, and there is so much to do we never really had to wait around despite it being fairly busy. Our son absolutely loved the dinosaur section.