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Museum of Discovery and Science, Fort Lauderdale
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Amazing museum. There is a sectioned off, hands on, play/learning center for younger kids. There are coral tunnels with dioramas and live snake, nurse sharks, fish etc. tanks. You can watch otters pla... read more »
Very disappointed with parking and attendants. Not friendly!!! The theater is setup weird ingress and egress, not one attendant was there. Restroom had no toilet paper and when I mentioned it to someo... read more »
Ce musée à la particularité dans un espace pas très vaste de vous montrer des animaux dans leur espace naturel, des vous expliquer quantité de choses sur la science, de voir de superbes minéraux, un c... read more »This museum with the characteristic in a space not very wide to show you of animals in their natural environment, and explain many things about science, to see great minerals, a prehistoric, and of course the history corner space with simulators through a ride in the Everglades. You end up with the Imax choosing your film schedules. This museum is dedicated to young people, but we spent a little over an hour taking fun to see or review these discoveries. See for a passage to Fort Lauderdale.show original
The turtle watch tour was amazing!!! Very interesting and good introduction in the museum. We could even enter the museum before the official meeting time and have a look around with only a few people around. Super cool atmosphere. The tour at the beach was so exciting and we were so lucky and could watch a turtle lay her eggs, cover her nest and return back to the ocean. Loved all about it and feel super happy and grateful!
I bought an annual pass which is a good deal if you go here more than once and gives a great discount in the Summer Savings Pass. The permanent exhibits are fun, but many areas need updating our replaced parts. The latest traveling exhibit is a bit boring, but science show and 7D movie are still my kids' favorites. I get free parking because I work in the area, but parking should be a consideration as well. $1.25 an hour or $7 for the day I think.
Loved visiting here on vacation with kids. The exhibits were in great shape and the souvenir shop is reasonable. Subway and Auntie Anne's was a nice surprise. Check out the cool simulators!
Excellent for kids and adults with an eye for wonder. They have puzzles and fun things to try. My mother and I enjoyed ourselves and she was 56 and I was 28 at the time.
Nice museum. 2 floors of some really fun exhibits. Cool virtual experiences. The discovery area was really fun. Downside: parking is $1.25 an hour at the garage across the street from the museum. The gravity clock wasn't working. The outside of the museum looked unkept.
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