Unmask your inner superhero in the special summer exhibit “Hall of Heroes,” see a guest presentation from the makers of the film “Amazon Adventure,” and more.
Science Night Live includes everything you love about Orlando Science Center, plus special programming designed for adults, including: live presentations, stargazing in the observatory (weather permitting), hands-on lab experiments in Dr. Dare’s Lab, giant-screen films in the Dr. Phillips CineDome, interactive exhibit halls, and more.
Admission to Science Night Live $15.95. Parking is free in the Science Center parking garage. All attendees must be 21+. This specially ticketed event (which tends to sell out) runs from 8-11:30pm.
Orlando Science Center is turning its beloved KidsTown into a superhero metropolis for Superhero Week, June 14-17, where kids can learn what it takes to be an everyday superhero at home and in the community.
Science Night Live returns to the Orlando Science Center with special programming designed for adults on June 2, 2018.
During this special edition of SNL, you’ll geek out as you see that not all heroes wear capes. Unmask your inner superhero in our new summer exhibit “Hall of Heroes,” see a guest presentation on how Orlando is a hero for sustainability, and more.
Orlando Science Center will host a special Top Secret Weekend, March 24-25, allowing those who participate, the chance to be a CSI detective.
The case involves a fossil which has been stolen from DinoDigs. You’ll get to analyze the evidence with real-world forensic technology and techniques, like chromatography, soil analysis, and fingerprinting, then turn in your results.
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 January 13, 2018.
The event features guest speaker HP Newquist giving a talk on Artificial Intelligence at 9pm and 10pm.
It’s also taking place during Otronicon, so you can enjoy an indie game developer showcase, a game jam, the Serious Games Showcase & Challenge, mature gaming competitions, table top gaming and a variety of virtual reality and simulation experiences.
For the 13th consecutive year, Otronicon returns to the Orlando Science Center January 12-15, letting guests have hands-on experience with the latest in technology.
Otronicon connects visitors with the creative professionals and technology that are turning Central Florida into a hub for innovation. Attendees can fly a real-world military simulator, operate a surgical robot or get a preview of tomorrow’s technology.
Registration is now open for Winter Break Camps at the Orlando Science Center, giving kids a fun way to spend their time off from school.
There are two sets of camp dates to choose from, and these full day school break camps are offered for elementary students when Orange County Public Schools or Seminole County Public Schools are out of session.