4th of July Science Celebration!

By OSC on June 30, 2016 in What's New

FourthOfJuly_Social_800x800v2Orlando Science Center is celebrating Independence Day the only way we know how – with science!

On Monday July 4th, 2016, join us for star-spangled activities that are fun for the whole family. Learn the science behind fireworks in our combustible live Kaboom show and participate in patriotic science experiments that include star-spangled slime & silly spheres outside on the SunTrust Terrace!

Cool down afterward in our traveling summer exhibit Mindbender Mansion! This eclectic world of puzzles and brain teasers will challenge even the most experienced puzzler. Join us for an afternoon of activities, experiments, and education!

Red, White, Blue, & YOU!

It wouldn’t be a celebration without science and our amazing visitors! Celebrate with style by designing a UV red, white & blue bracelet that can only be visible in the sun! Play with slime that resembles the stars and stripes of the American flag! Have an ooey, gooey experience playing with red, white and blue silly spheres! Orlando Science Center will also host liquid nitrogen demonstrations and so much more!

Make sure to check the daily program when you arrive for special times!

Kaboom Show!

Learn the science behind fireworks during our live Kaboom show starting at 12:15 p.m. in the Digital Adventure Theatre: A National Geographic Experience! This highly combustible show will be fun for the whole family!


Orlando Science Center’s 4th of July Science Celebration is included with general admission which is $19.95 for adults, $17.95 for seniors and students, $13.95 for children ages 3–11. The event is free to Science Center Members and Member Guest Passes are accepted.

NEW! Science for All – General Admission Access Program: 
If you have an EBT or WIC card and a valid form of photo ID, please show it at the admissions desk to receive $3 admission per person for up to six individuals. This discount applies to general admission and may not be applicable for special engagement exhibits or certain events.


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