Science Live! Schedule

Our exhibits are designed to inspire curiosity and exploration, our Science Live! programs are designed to bring the exhibits to life. Whether it’s a show in the Darden Adventure Theater or a one-to-one interaction with a volunteer at the Crosby Observatory, our live programs create the kind of impact that can last a lifetime.

Science Live! program schedules are subject to change based on staff availability.
Please call 407.514.2000 before you visit to confirm times and schedule.

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Monday, December 22, 2014
Bat Feeding (11:00 am)
Watch our furry, flying friends eat brunch while learning about their background.  


No Place Like Space (12:00 - noon)
Follow the Cat in the Hat through the Solar System as we read Dr. Seuss’s book There’s No Place Like Space. Each time we visit a new planet in the book, we’ll see it projected on the Science on a Sphere. 


Bat Enrichment (1:00 pm)
Bats are intelligent animals, and as such need changing environments to keep them occupied.  During this program, the staff change the bat’s living quarters and you get to watch the bats’ reaction to the fun and interesting objects or smells that have been added.  


Open Lab Experiments (1:00 pm)
Come to Dr. Dare's Lab, where you get to be the scientist. We will have materials and directions set up at stations around the lab so you can do the experiment yourself. Instructors will be available for questions and help, but they are mostly just to make sure you don't blow anything up.


Swamp Talk (2:15 pm)
Learn about the animals in our Cypress swamp and even get a chance to meet one of them! A staff member will be in the enclosure with the animals and talking about how they interact with each other . You'll learn about native and invasive species, as well as how some animals help our Florida ecosystems.


Guided Planet Tour (2:30 pm)
Take a tour of our Solar System without ever leaving the Earth! An OSC guided can transform the Science on a Sphere into any planet in the Solar System and tell you all about it.


Tuesday, December 23, 2014
Bat Feeding (11:00 am)
Watch our furry, flying friends eat brunch while learning about their background.  


No Place Like Space (12:00 - noon)
Follow the Cat in the Hat through the Solar System as we read Dr. Seuss’s book There’s No Place Like Space. Each time we visit a new planet in the book, we’ll see it projected on the Science on a Sphere. 


Bat Enrichment (1:00 pm)
Bats are intelligent animals, and as such need changing environments to keep them occupied.  During this program, the staff change the bat’s living quarters and you get to watch the bats’ reaction to the fun and interesting objects or smells that have been added.  


Open Lab Experiments (1:00 pm)
Come to Dr. Dare's Lab, where you get to be the scientist. We will have materials and directions set up at stations around the lab so you can do the experiment yourself. Instructors will be available for questions and help, but they are mostly just to make sure you don't blow anything up.


Swamp Talk (2:15 pm)
Learn about the animals in our Cypress swamp and even get a chance to meet one of them! A staff member will be in the enclosure with the animals and talking about how they interact with each other . You'll learn about native and invasive species, as well as how some animals help our Florida ecosystems.


Guided Planet Tour (2:30 pm)
Take a tour of our Solar System without ever leaving the Earth! An OSC guided can transform the Science on a Sphere into any planet in the Solar System and tell you all about it.


Wednesday, December 24, 2014
No Place Like Space (12:00 - noon)
Follow the Cat in the Hat through the Solar System as we read Dr. Seuss’s book There’s No Place Like Space. Each time we visit a new planet in the book, we’ll see it projected on the Science on a Sphere. 


Bat Enrichment (1:00 pm)
Bats are intelligent animals, and as such need changing environments to keep them occupied.  During this program, the staff change the bat’s living quarters and you get to watch the bats’ reaction to the fun and interesting objects or smells that have been added.  


Guided Planet Tour (2:30 pm)
Take a tour of our Solar System without ever leaving the Earth! An OSC guided can transform the Science on a Sphere into any planet in the Solar System and tell you all about it.


Thursday, December 25, 2014
No Place Like Space (12:00 - noon)
Follow the Cat in the Hat through the Solar System as we read Dr. Seuss’s book There’s No Place Like Space. Each time we visit a new planet in the book, we’ll see it projected on the Science on a Sphere. 


Bat Enrichment (1:00 pm)
Bats are intelligent animals, and as such need changing environments to keep them occupied.  During this program, the staff change the bat’s living quarters and you get to watch the bats’ reaction to the fun and interesting objects or smells that have been added.  


Guided Planet Tour (2:30 pm)
Take a tour of our Solar System without ever leaving the Earth! An OSC guided can transform the Science on a Sphere into any planet in the Solar System and tell you all about it.


Friday, December 26, 2014
Bat Feeding (11:00 am)
Watch our furry, flying friends eat brunch while learning about their background.  


No Place Like Space (12:00 - noon)
Follow the Cat in the Hat through the Solar System as we read Dr. Seuss’s book There’s No Place Like Space. Each time we visit a new planet in the book, we’ll see it projected on the Science on a Sphere. 


Bat Enrichment (1:00 pm)
Bats are intelligent animals, and as such need changing environments to keep them occupied.  During this program, the staff change the bat’s living quarters and you get to watch the bats’ reaction to the fun and interesting objects or smells that have been added.  


Open Lab Experiments (1:00 pm)
Come to Dr. Dare's Lab, where you get to be the scientist. We will have materials and directions set up at stations around the lab so you can do the experiment yourself. Instructors will be available for questions and help, but they are mostly just to make sure you don't blow anything up.


Swamp Talk (2:15 pm)
Learn about the animals in our Cypress swamp and even get a chance to meet one of them! A staff member will be in the enclosure with the animals and talking about how they interact with each other . You'll learn about native and invasive species, as well as how some animals help our Florida ecosystems.


Guided Planet Tour (2:30 pm)
Take a tour of our Solar System without ever leaving the Earth! An OSC guided can transform the Science on a Sphere into any planet in the Solar System and tell you all about it.


Sky Watch (5:00 pm)
Visit the Crosby Observatory on top of our building. You'll be able to observe the Orlando skyline, use 8 and 10 inch reflecting scopes as well as our 10 inch Byers refracting telecope to observes the stars. Please remember that observatory is only open as weather permits. 


Saturday, December 27, 2014
Bat Feeding (11:00 am)
Watch our furry, flying friends eat brunch while learning about their background.  


No Place Like Space (12:00 - noon)
Follow the Cat in the Hat through the Solar System as we read Dr. Seuss’s book There’s No Place Like Space. Each time we visit a new planet in the book, we’ll see it projected on the Science on a Sphere. 


Bat Enrichment (1:00 pm)
Bats are intelligent animals, and as such need changing environments to keep them occupied.  During this program, the staff change the bat’s living quarters and you get to watch the bats’ reaction to the fun and interesting objects or smells that have been added.  


Swamp Talk (2:15 pm)
Learn about the animals in our Cypress swamp and even get a chance to meet one of them! A staff member will be in the enclosure with the animals and talking about how they interact with each other . You'll learn about native and invasive species, as well as how some animals help our Florida ecosystems.


Guided Planet Tour (2:30 pm)
Take a tour of our Solar System without ever leaving the Earth! An OSC guided can transform the Science on a Sphere into any planet in the Solar System and tell you all about it.


Dino Safari (3:00 pm)
Follow an OSC guide as you learn about the amazing, ancient animals that walked the Earth millions of years ago. 


Sky Watch (5:00 pm)
Visit the Crosby Observatory on top of our building. You'll be able to observe the Orlando skyline, use 8 and 10 inch reflecting scopes as well as our 10 inch Byers refracting telecope to observes the stars. Please remember that observatory is only open as weather permits. 


Sunday, December 28, 2014
Bat Feeding (11:00 am)
Watch our furry, flying friends eat brunch while learning about their background.  


No Place Like Space (12:00 - noon)
Follow the Cat in the Hat through the Solar System as we read Dr. Seuss’s book There’s No Place Like Space. Each time we visit a new planet in the book, we’ll see it projected on the Science on a Sphere. 


Bat Enrichment (1:00 pm)
Bats are intelligent animals, and as such need changing environments to keep them occupied.  During this program, the staff change the bat’s living quarters and you get to watch the bats’ reaction to the fun and interesting objects or smells that have been added.  


Swamp Talk (2:15 pm)
Learn about the animals in our Cypress swamp and even get a chance to meet one of them! A staff member will be in the enclosure with the animals and talking about how they interact with each other . You'll learn about native and invasive species, as well as how some animals help our Florida ecosystems.


Guided Planet Tour (2:30 pm)
Take a tour of our Solar System without ever leaving the Earth! An OSC guided can transform the Science on a Sphere into any planet in the Solar System and tell you all about it.


Monday, December 29, 2014
Bat Feeding (11:00 am)
Watch our furry, flying friends eat brunch while learning about their background.  


No Place Like Space (12:00 - noon)
Follow the Cat in the Hat through the Solar System as we read Dr. Seuss’s book There’s No Place Like Space. Each time we visit a new planet in the book, we’ll see it projected on the Science on a Sphere. 


Bat Enrichment (1:00 pm)
Bats are intelligent animals, and as such need changing environments to keep them occupied.  During this program, the staff change the bat’s living quarters and you get to watch the bats’ reaction to the fun and interesting objects or smells that have been added.  


Open Lab Experiments (1:00 pm)
Come to Dr. Dare's Lab, where you get to be the scientist. We will have materials and directions set up at stations around the lab so you can do the experiment yourself. Instructors will be available for questions and help, but they are mostly just to make sure you don't blow anything up.


Swamp Talk (2:15 pm)
Learn about the animals in our Cypress swamp and even get a chance to meet one of them! A staff member will be in the enclosure with the animals and talking about how they interact with each other . You'll learn about native and invasive species, as well as how some animals help our Florida ecosystems.


Guided Planet Tour (2:30 pm)
Take a tour of our Solar System without ever leaving the Earth! An OSC guided can transform the Science on a Sphere into any planet in the Solar System and tell you all about it.


Tuesday, December 30, 2014
Bat Feeding (11:00 am)
Watch our furry, flying friends eat brunch while learning about their background.  


No Place Like Space (12:00 - noon)
Follow the Cat in the Hat through the Solar System as we read Dr. Seuss’s book There’s No Place Like Space. Each time we visit a new planet in the book, we’ll see it projected on the Science on a Sphere. 


Bat Enrichment (1:00 pm)
Bats are intelligent animals, and as such need changing environments to keep them occupied.  During this program, the staff change the bat’s living quarters and you get to watch the bats’ reaction to the fun and interesting objects or smells that have been added.  


Open Lab Experiments (1:00 pm)
Come to Dr. Dare's Lab, where you get to be the scientist. We will have materials and directions set up at stations around the lab so you can do the experiment yourself. Instructors will be available for questions and help, but they are mostly just to make sure you don't blow anything up.


Swamp Talk (2:15 pm)
Learn about the animals in our Cypress swamp and even get a chance to meet one of them! A staff member will be in the enclosure with the animals and talking about how they interact with each other . You'll learn about native and invasive species, as well as how some animals help our Florida ecosystems.


Guided Planet Tour (2:30 pm)
Take a tour of our Solar System without ever leaving the Earth! An OSC guided can transform the Science on a Sphere into any planet in the Solar System and tell you all about it.


Wednesday, December 31, 2014
Bat Feeding (11:00 am)
Watch our furry, flying friends eat brunch while learning about their background.  


No Place Like Space (12:00 - noon)
Follow the Cat in the Hat through the Solar System as we read Dr. Seuss’s book There’s No Place Like Space. Each time we visit a new planet in the book, we’ll see it projected on the Science on a Sphere. 


Bat Enrichment (1:00 pm)
Bats are intelligent animals, and as such need changing environments to keep them occupied.  During this program, the staff change the bat’s living quarters and you get to watch the bats’ reaction to the fun and interesting objects or smells that have been added.  


Open Lab Experiments (1:00 pm)
Come to Dr. Dare's Lab, where you get to be the scientist. We will have materials and directions set up at stations around the lab so you can do the experiment yourself. Instructors will be available for questions and help, but they are mostly just to make sure you don't blow anything up.


Swamp Talk (2:15 pm)
Learn about the animals in our Cypress swamp and even get a chance to meet one of them! A staff member will be in the enclosure with the animals and talking about how they interact with each other . You'll learn about native and invasive species, as well as how some animals help our Florida ecosystems.


Guided Planet Tour (2:30 pm)
Take a tour of our Solar System without ever leaving the Earth! An OSC guided can transform the Science on a Sphere into any planet in the Solar System and tell you all about it.


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