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Normally the Orlando Science Center is fun for all ages, but on select nights, it’s reserved strictly for adults 21+. That night is Science Night Live and it returns August 20.
This edition will feature the digital art show Sensorium – Exhibition of Interactive Sound + Art Installations, a once-in-a-lifetime performance by Orlando Shakes performing a “West Side Story Cover Battle” (Lip-Sync Battle meets Carpool Karaoke), presentations from Microsoft, Mindbender Mansion, and so much more.
It’s fun for adults 21 and over when the Orlando Science Center hosts their next Science Night Live! on Saturday, February 20.
The evening will feature grown-up inspired programming, along with food and adult beverages for purchase from Hard Rock Cafe.
Orlando Science Center gets all adult when it hosts the return of Science Night Live! on Saturday, December 12.
This edition delves into the science of craft beers and Orlando Science Center partners once again with Brown Distributing to present a round of the science of beer and food pairing, a craft beer sampling of some of the region’s finest brews, and short seminars on the science of brewing.
This weekend, Science Night Live!, an evening reserved for adults only, returns to the Orlando Science Center on September 19.
The event is full of everything you love about the OSC, but with grown-up inspired programming that allows adults to conduct lab experiments in Dr. Dare’s Laboratory, participate in Science Trivia, and view the stars and planets through a giant refractor telescope in the Crosby Observatory.
The Orlando Science Center is reserved strictly for adults at Science Night Live! on Saturday, Feb. 21 from 8pm to 11pm. The evening will also serve as the kickoff to Orlando Science Center’s 60th anniversary celebration.
The first SNL of the year will feature forensic celebrities including local favorite Jan Garavaglia, M.D. (aka Dr. G), Dr. Kathy Reichs (the producer of the TV series “Bones”), and Dr. Henry Lee (one of the world’s foremost forensic scientists).
Orlando Science Center brings back Science Night Live! on September 6, giving adults a chance to play.
In partnership with the Astronaut Scholarship Fund, guests can enjoy presentations from former NASA astronaut Robert L. Crippen and Lockheed Martin’s Jules Schneider, the project manager for NASA’s new human exploration spacecraft.
There will also be a chance to view the stars in the Crosby Observatory, lab experiments in Dr. Dare’s Laboratory, Science Trivia, and more. Food and adult beverages will also be available for purchase.
The event runs from 8pm to 11pm, and the cost is $15. Members can enjoy Science Night Live at no charge. Must be 21+ to attend. Read more
Usually the Orlando Science Center is fun for the family, but for Science Night Live, the program is for adults only. This year, the event takes place on Saturday, January 22.
Among the activities scheduled are a birthday tribute to Thomas Edison featuring an electrifying “High Voltage” show, the premiere of “Flight of the Butterflies” in the Dr. Phillips CineDome, star and planet watching in the Crosby Observatory, and more.
And let’s not forget the lab experiments in Dr. Dare’s Laboratory.
Science Night Live takes place from 8pm – 11pm, and tickets are only $15. You must be 21 and older to attend.
For more information, call 407-514-2000 or visit osc.org/snl.
Here is a video from the Orlando Science Center showing what you can expect:
Normally the Orlando Science Center is a very family friendly place, but on September 28, they will be hosting an adults-only event called Science Night Live!
The evening will run from 8pm to 11pm, and feature grown-up-inspired programming, like “Archeology of Sex” presented by Dr. Peter Sinelli from the University of Central Florida where you will discover why archeologists study sex and what different cultures’ practice of sex reveals.
Guests can also experience “Penguins 3D” in the Digital Adventure Theater: A National Geographic Experience; view stars and planets through the giant refractor telescope in the Crosby Observatory (weather permitting); conduct lab experiments and forensic exercises in Dr. Dare’s Laboratory ; delight in adult beverages and food available for purchase; and engage in science trivia to win prizes.
Cost is $15 per person, and all guests must be 21 and up. Dress code is casual attire. For more information, visit osc.org/snl.
Here is a video produced by the Orlando Science Center for the event: