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Orlando Science Center, Orlando, Florida

777 East Princeton St, Orlando, Florida

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Apopka, Florida

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  • Visited: 2014-04-27
  • Submitted: 2014-04-27 00:37:28.0
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My girls love this place. there are even multiple rooms that entertain my one year

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Longwood, Florida

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  • Visited: 2014-03-01
  • Submitted: 2014-03-30 09:51:06.0
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Excellent Indoor Kid Fun for Hours

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bring a lunch. There are beautiful adjacent green spaces and an oak tree spot that you can eat at or tables indoors. Save some money that way...you can wrap up your day after lunch or go back in if time allows.

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Submitted by: Gerald H.

Great place to take the kids. Lots of activities for the kids. Don't understand why they have a guitar museum in there tho.....

Submitted by: Sharon W.

I LOVED the OCC!! I took my son here on a $5 Wal Mart Foundation day and I knew it would be busy....so we went early. :) We enjoyed a film in the cinedome, an electric shock show, the va...

Submitted by: Danny L.

Being a Mechanical Engineer, I was really happy to see all the different types of hands on experiences available for kids to learn. There are so many cool science apparatuses to play with... err, I mean, for kids to play with! These apparatuses touch base on a lot of simple concepts such as electricity (ie. capacitors, circuits, light bulbs, Tesla coils), gravitational potential energy (i.e race cars powered by gravity), sound waves (i.e foam balls placed in clear tube connected to speaker with varying frequency inputs), mechanical leverages, and lots more. Other non-engineering related things to see is human anatomy, chemistry (they have live demonstrations and shows that are fun for kids), ecosystem (live ...

Submitted by: Tom A.

This is a pretty neat place with lots to see and can be very fascinating. I have been here Many times some with school but it has been a couple of years since  I last came here. From what I remember when I went there Dinosaur exhibit is pretty cool too. They have tons of different rooms you can go in to and in some of them you can use the equipment inside to experiment your mind and become more familiar with  the world of sciences. Admission is pretty cheap only $17.00 bucks for adults and $12.00 bucks for kids up to the age of  11. Students pay $16.00 and kids under to get in for free. They have different rooms for different kids at different ages another one besides the DinoDigs that I remember was pretty ...

Submitted by: Carmen G.

Our entire family has loved the OSC for years. Recently, the love grew as our oldest attended Lego camp for the first time. We felt that the teachers, pr...

Submitted by: Jacqueline F.

I have been to the Science Center a few times to spend the day and also a few times for special events. This review is solely for the Science Center itself, not the events frequently held there. I do think I would visit more often ...

Submitted by: Steph B.

I love the IDEA of the science center, but I've been disappointed the two times we've visited. The exhibits need an update, and the younger kids attractions were really wor...

Submitted by: Christopher O.

I have been to the OSC a few times over the years and have enjoyed the facility each time I have gone.  The challenge for me is that exhibits don't rotate that often so I have seen the same things each time I have gone.  Only now and then they have something new to see so I really don't go as often as I would like. My favorite part is the movies!  Those change on a regular basis so it now has become the main reason I go. I also have to say that each time I did try to see some exhibits, there were always a ton of kids there and they hog the hands on exhibits or they are broken or not working.   I have seen the maintenance of the center slowly get worse. I want to like it more but there are better Science Cent...

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