Since the OSC normally closes at 5pm, this will give families four more hours to explore four levels of exhibits, including two traveling exhibits: Adventures with Clifford The Big Red Dog and Blue Man Group — Making Waves.
The OSC’s extended hours coincide with the start of summer night sky viewing in the Crosby Observatory. Beginning at 7pm each Friday and Saturday night through August 17, visitors can witness the wonders of the night sky as they observe moons, planets and other astronomical events using the refractor telescope — one of the largest available to the public in Florida.
Admission to the OSC is $19 for adults and $13 for youth (ages 3 – 11).
For more information, please call 407.514.2000 or visit osc.org.
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