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Orlando Science Center

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777 E Princeton St, Orlando, FL 32803-1291
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marypoppinswannabe wrote a review 24 Jan
Limerick, Pennsylvania80 contributions48 helpful votes
Very confusing. We went here for the Pompeii exhibit which was very lacking. The rest of the museum was only geared towards children while I wouldn't recommend the Pompeii exhibit for young children. After visiting the Pompeii exhibit, attended two IMAX movies and then left. Very pricey for what there is to do. I have been to many science centers and expected more from a major city like Orlando.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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donny b wrote a review 18 Jan
Orlando, Florida1 contribution
This whole mask thing is a joke I don't disagree with wearing one but as being 80% deaf and I have to wear a special mask because I can not simply wear a mask that has to go behind the ears because of my hearing aids and would not let me in nor did they have any acamadations to resolve the issue and was sent away after purchasing 4 tickets. Thanks for ruining my daughter's 10 birthday. What a discrace from management and the rent a cop.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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azzabar wrote a review 17 Jan
Port Saint Lucie, Florida299 contributions117 helpful votes
Meh. I have been to much better science centers around the country. For Orlando a major vacation destination this location was sorely lacking. The Pompeii exhibit was not bad but not great either. We agreed there was not reason to return but I will maintain hope that the OSC makes some sorely needed improvements. If they do we would definitely return.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Trish H wrote a review 15 Jan
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Orlando Science Center has been a family favorite for over a decade but is now at the bottom of our list. Sadly, they force everyone to wear face masks despite whether they have medical conditions that prevent them from wearing masks. Sadly, we canceled our membership and will not be back to OSC until they do away with mandatory masks.
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Date of experience: May 2020
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LUCKY J wrote a review Dec 2020
Orlando, Florida649 contributions292 helpful votes
My wife and I decided to visit the Science Center for the first time to view the Pompei Exhibit. Parking is quick and easy and you have to enter the facility thru the 2nd floor parking lot bridge. Before you enter you are required to have your temperature checked and you are required to wear a mask. The Pompei Exhibit is a must see event full of entertaining exhibits and well worth the price of admission. We also caught a movie in the domed theater and explored the rest of the museum which is geared for children. On the ground floor they have an exhibit of live reptiles where we caught a glimpse of Lucky the Turtle who spends his free time eating ice cubes. One side note this facility does a great job of making sure the everyone wears there mask properly ( that includes the people who have a mask on their face but don't cover their nose, otherwise known as reindeers). Jolly Chris
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Date of experience: December 2020
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