Skeletons: Animals Unveiled, Orlando
Categories: Natural History Museums, Science Museums, Museums
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It is located right next to the wax museum, Sea Life Aquarium, and the Orlando Eye (huge ferris wheel.) I think it was a bit overpriced, but when you're in a tourist area, what do you expect? We were ... read more »
Went round in ten minutes, totally bored and definitely not worth admission fee. Shop is cool but worst attraction on idrive
The museum is extremely well done. Clean, neat, well organized, extremely informative, and the skeletons themselves are truly amazing! They had everything from the very large to the teeny tiny and det... read more »
Went to this place for the first time and had a pretty good time. The regular price if tickets is $20 per person which might be a little high for what is actually there. We got tickets through Groupon which has a better deal. They have a lot of skeletons in there and a lot of interesting information as well. May not be great for some kids as they may not want to read everything and rush through it.
A wonderful gem on IDrive! I thought the exhibits were very well done. There are videos to watch and plenty of information provided with all the skeletons. We loved the layout, great lightning for amazing pictures, and I really enjoyed the gift shop. Overall a really great value and entertaining. We will be back! Don't miss it, I highly recommend it.
We really enjoyed it! Our 10 month old did as well but she's a weirdo and loves things like this! It is so interesting and cool!
My girlfriend and I went here while we were on vacation and we loved it! The specimens are put together beautifully, even the really small ones. They are set in lifelike, natural poses depicting the animal at rest or in action. When we exited the museum are, we were talking to the manager who pointed out we missed part of the exhibit. He told us to go back in free of charge to check it out. Definitely worth the price of admission. Oh, and they have no problem with people taking photos!
Albert Centeno Jr
Very cool store, there's a neat Museum inside as well. Just a bit overpriced though.
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