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Imaginarium Science Center, Fort Myers

Categories: Children’s Museums, Zoos & Aquariums, Museums, Nature & Parks
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3/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web
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  • We took our grandson and granddaughter ages 6 and 4. There were many educational and fun things for both of them. We enjoyed too! 
  • Wonderful hands-on museum for kids, and adults too! Lots of hands-on "what-if" type activities, along with a petting tank of various sea creatures. We especially enjoyed the animal presentation. GREAT...  read more »
  • I went there with my son, love it and we are going to do his birthday there. like the place is exacly inthe internet describe it, needs a little help in details about pakages for b days, not too much ...  read more »
  • Very nice. I got the impression that this is a place under constant construction. But in a good way sort of. It's small and I think they are adding things all the time or at least improving what they have. For a small town it's very well done and the kids loved it. They loved the animal section. It's a great place to spend a few hours just don't go expecting one of the largest science centers. Hopefully they continue to improve and expand over the years.
  • My boys, 4 & 6, had such a great time here we went back two days later. They have a lot of activities inside, not much outside other than a water table. Yes people are right that some of the stuff is older, but with all there is to do it is easy to look past that. Lots of visible science experiments to play with, mainly kinetic energy, some electric, fluid, and weather experiments as well. The touch tank is the only thing I wasn't a big fan of. It was far too deep for my 4 year old (their target audience) to reach the marine animals without getting soaked.
  • Went with my 7 year old and 4 year old boys. Place seems like it has a lot of people come through it. It could use some love. The touch tank was ok. The motion room was pretty good, a little loud. Where we were most of the exhibits were working. Some of the staff did not seem like they wanted to be there. My boys did enjoy them selves.
  • Truly has something for all ages and interests. Great facility with helpful staff. There are indoor and outdoor exhibits, a 3D movie theater, and a wonderful touch tank. I really appreciate the baby area, there are chairs to stop and nurse or just take a break. Everything is hands on and covers a wide variety of subjects, not just sea life. The building is handicap and stroller friendly. The building and bathrooms were super clean, even having lots of step stools around for tiny bodies. I was disappointed there is no hand stamp or wrist band to make sure every kids leaves with their parents. They offer AAA and other discounts. Reasonably priced, children under 2 are free. They offer special shows and events every month.
  • So many great exhibits have been removed. The other half were not working. Not a lot to do. Will not be coming back. Maybe an hours worth of things to do in such a huge building. Very disappointed.
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