A select amount of scholarship funding is currently available for Science for All Memberships.
Membership applications are accepted on a first come, first serve basis and funding is subject to change.
You will be contacted 1-3 weeks after application is submitted about the status of your application. Contact Brittany Bridges at 407.514.2036 for questions regarding the Science for All Membership program.
At Orlando Science Center, members are the cornerstones to our success. Your membership is a valuable and cost-effective passport to unlimited possibilities.
Become a member of the Orlando Science Center and enjoy many valuable benefits throughout the year! When you become a member, you also help the Science Center continue a long tradition of scientific exploration, exhibitions and educational programs that reach over half a million schoolchildren annually.
Four easy ways to become a Member, renew your Membership or purchase the gift of discovery for a friend:
Join Online Now
Purchase through museumtix.com:
To speak to a Guest Services Representative.
Download Application and Mail to:
Orlando Science Center Membership 777 E. Princeton St. Orlando FL, 32803
Visit Orlando Science Center
Purchase on site from our Box Office today! For faster service, download and complete the membership application before arriving.
Memberships do not include special engagement exhibitions. Complimentary guest passes, consignment vouchers, discount offers and reciprocal member admissions are not accepted during major special events such as but not limited to Otronicon and Blockbuster Exhibits.
Free admission benefit does not apply when member visits as part of a school, group, class or tour. OSC youth are considered ages 2-18 and must be listed on the membership application. Two membership cards per family will be filled out in the primary member's name. Membership cards can be picked up at Guest Services. Memberships are nontransferable.
More than 200 members attended an early member-only breakfast with Bob the Builder™ on Monday, March 12. Participants had the opportunity to enjoy a light breakfast from Einstein Bagels before the museum opened and every member took home an individual photo with Bob courtesy of Frank Weber at RF Photography. If you didn’t get the chance to meet Bob today, don’t worry he’ll be making appearances at the museum now through May!
More than 1,700 guests of all ages joined the Science Center to celebrate Halloween during the Spooktacular Science Extravaganza on Sunday, October 30. Trick or treating took place on every floor supported by themed activities.
There were strange new creatures that emerged from the NatureWorks lagoon, a giant stilt walker, and chances to decorate your own mask, enjoy facepainting or learn makeup tricks with fake scars and bruises. Guests could even play a round of Bloody Bingo or channel your own mad scientist with demonstrations featuring liquid nitrogen and dry ice.
For those that didn’t want to be scared, but wanted to see someone scary talented, local guitar whiz kid Alex Ivanov played two sets that day in the guitar exhibit.
As a benefit of Orlando Science Center membership, you have access to 280 museums and science centers across the country through a program called the ASTC passport. In turn, Orlando Science Center allows these participating museums and science centers access to the Orlando Science Center. The Orlando Science Center enforces the ASTC policy to encourage people to support their home museums with membership and encourage member visitation when they are traveling.
Based on ASTC’s policy, please know the following restrictions apply when using the ASTC passport program to enter the Orlando Science Center:
To receive Travel Passport Program benefits, you must live more than 90 miles away “as the crow flies” from the center/museum you wish to visit. Admissions staff at Orlando Science Center will request proof of residence for benefits to apply.
The admission is for general admission only, no films, no special programs or blockbuster exhibits.
As of December 31, 2011 the Orlando Science Center will no longer honor reciprocal members with the home museum of MOAS, Astronaut Memorial Planetarium & Observatory, Discovery Center, The Florida Air Museum at Sun 'n Fun, and The Gillespie Museum.
Science Centers/Museums located within 90 miles of each other are excluded from the Travel Passport Program, 90 miles is measured “as the crow flies” and not by driving distance. Please check that your home organization is on the list of approved centers before visiting.