Brace yourself for swirling winds and intense rain as we discover how hurricanes are formed and what you can do to prepare. Engineer a structure that can withstand gale force winds and explore the weather on the planets in our solar system. Pack your raincoat and join us for these exciting experiences happening throughout September.
Forecast the weather and learn how storms are tracked at the WFTV Severe Weather Center 9 Experience
Explore our planet’s dynamic landscape, weather and climate at Science on a Sphere.
Learn the basics of hurricane preparedness and investigate how wild weather can form and shape our land with demonstrations and hands-on activities throughout the month.
Catch a giant-screen showing of Forces of Nature playing in the Dr. Phillips Cinedome each weekend in September.
Also join us for our special weather experiences!
Don’t Get Blown Away!
Saturdays and Sundays all month long
Work with your friends and family to design a structure that can withstand a tropical cyclone during this hands-on workshop located in Dr. Dare’s Lab (level 4).
Dive into the world of Eric Carle and his friends as we explore the science and art behind stories, such as The Grouchy Ladybug, the Very Hungry Caterpillar, and The Mixed-Up Chameleon.
KidsTown Presents Pirate Week
Thursday through Sunday, September 13 – 16
Ahoy, young buccaneers! Join our crew for family-friendly themed programs and activities from September 13th – September 16th for Pirate Week at the Orlando Science Center! On Saturday, September 15th enjoy live pirates, games, crafts and more! Be ready for adventure, comradery, and all kinds of sea-faring shenanigans! RSVP to our Facebook event here.
Zoo In You & Human Plus Exhibit Openings
Saturday, September 22
Member Preview: 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
General Public: 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Discover the living and human-made extensions that help us thrive, from the microbial to the mechanical. Zoo In You introduces guests to the trillions of microbes living inside our bodies, while Human Plus explores the low-tech and high-tech tools that extend the abilities of the human body.Learn more.
$10 Admission Day
Sunday, September 23
Bring your family and friends because admission to the science center is $10 per person all day long! Tickets are available online here.
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