Accessible parking spaces located on all four levels of our parking garage. Main entrance located on Level 2 across the sky bridge. Oversize vehicles 8’ or less in height may find accessible parking on the ground level. Vehicles parked in these locations must display a State issued disable parking permit. A garage elevator located on the North side is available to access the Level 2 entrance into our facility. There is a $5 charge per vehicle to park or we offer free parking to Orlando Science Center Members.
|A limited number of wheelchairs are available free of charge upon request. Please contact our Box Office Representative for assistance.
|Large print daily program schedules available upon request at the Box Office located on Level 2.
|The Dr. Phillips CineDome, an eight-story domed theater, offers printed theater scripts for large format films. Scripts available upon request, please notify the usher prior to entering.
|TTY phone available for use upon request, please contact a Box Office Representative for assistance.
|Speaker phone available for use upon request, please contact a Box Office Representative for assistance.
|If an American Sign Language Interpreter is requested, a two-week advance notice is needed to secure the service. For additional information call 407.514.2146 or email
The Dr. Phillips CineDome, an eight-story domed theater, is accessible via Level 1 entrance and our wheelchair access located via Level 3. You may access the Level 3 wheelchair entrance by using the second elevator near the Level 1 Theater entrance. Limited companion seating is also available.
|Restrooms available on all levels of the facility and are accessible to guest with disabilities. Private baby changing rooms located on Level 1 and Level 3. Private nursing lounge located on Level 3.
Service animals are permitted. Please check in with a Box Office Representative on Level 2 so we may notify our NatureWorks Team that a service animal is on property. “Service animals” are defined as an animal that is trained to perform tasks for an individual with a disability. The tasks may include, but are not limited to, guiding, alerting, pulling, assisting, retrieving or performing other special tasks for someone with a disability. A service animal is not a pet.
25 August 2014
Posted in Accessibility
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The Orlando Science Center is becoming more accessible by providing new sensory friendly experiences on select Sunday mornings. This sensory friendly experience will allow our visitors a chance to visit select exhibit halls at quieter volume settings with more light. Visitors will also be able to enjoy a movie with softer volume and more ambient light in our theater. Free to Science Center members.