Oh, say can you see the fun that was had at the Orlando Science Center during our 4th of July Daytime Member Event?! We had face painting and bubble waving, soda fireworks, and a special appearance by the Orange Blossom Chorus who sang patriotic songs. Members also discovered the science behind fireworks. Check out photos from the event below!
It was a day full of Easter-related activities at the Orlando Science Center! The Easter Bunny stopped by to take photos with guests and hand out candy, and Bob the Builder paid a visit at the Bob the Builder - Project: Build It exhibit.
We also had fun with the Egg Drop Challenge, in which guests could engineer a device to safely drop an egg from one floor to the other without it breaking!
Over a hundred members and children enjoyed a nice breakfast at the Science Center this morning with Bob the Builder™ himself! Guests got the opportunity to take a picture with our friendly handy-man and took home a picture souvenir. Breakfast bagels, juice and coffee was provided by Einstein Bagels.
Don’t forget to stop by and see Bob the Builder™: Project Build It before it leaves May 6!
More than 200 members attended an early member-only breakfast with Bob the Builder™ on Monday, March 12. Participants had the opportunity to enjoy a light breakfast from Einstein Bagels before the museum opened and every member took home an individual photo with Bob courtesy of Frank Weber at RF Photography. If you didn’t get the chance to meet Bob today, don’t worry he’ll be making appearances at the museum now through May!
More than 1,700 guests of all ages joined the Science Center to celebrate Halloween during the Spooktacular Science Extravaganza on Sunday, October 30. Trick or treating took place on every floor supported by themed activities.
There were strange new creatures that emerged from the NatureWorks lagoon, a giant stilt walker, and chances to decorate your own mask, enjoy facepainting or learn makeup tricks with fake scars and bruises. Guests could even play a round of Bloody Bingo or channel your own mad scientist with demonstrations featuring liquid nitrogen and dry ice.
For those that didn’t want to be scared, but wanted to see someone scary talented, local guitar whiz kid Alex Ivanov played two sets that day in the guitar exhibit.