Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science Opens Tomorrow, May 8
Prepare to be dazzled at Miami's newest indoor/outdoor museum, which opens tomorrow in downtown's Museum Park. Set on four acres of land overlooking Biscayne Bay, this exciting new attraction features six floors of exhibits including a spectacular aquarium and planetarium.
Three-Level, 500,000-Gallon Cone-Shaped Aquarium
Start on the open-air rooftop level to tour this aquarium, which contains several different habitats and ecosystems. From the Gulf Stream to the Everglades to South Florida's coral reefs, you can glimpse the magical underwater world of the Sunshine State.
Cutting-Edge, Free-Standing, Spherical Planetarium
Unlike anywhere else on the planet, this 250-seat auditorium doubles the visual system normally used in planetariums with six 3-D projectors and 16 million colors. With a 67-foot span, it offers guests a 360-degree experience for a totally immersive experience
Colorful Lasers, Feathered Dinosaurs, and Kids Activities
Other fun exhibits at the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science include a laser show, an exploration of winged dinosaurs, and a military fighter jet. Kids will enjoy virtual rides in the Everglades and a hands-on "Me Lab."
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