The Orlando Science Center’s public relations efforts generate awareness for its exhibits, films, programs and events through media coverage as well as enhance its image as a community resource.

Through careful planning and good relationships with local newspapers, TV networks, websites and radio stations, the Orlando Science Center enjoys consistent coverage.

The Orlando Science Center also functions as a reliable resource for area reporters in need of quick story ideas or colorful backgrounds for live reports. Area media often interview guests and staff on issues involving science, technology and current events.


Take a Journey Along the World's Mightiest River

AMAZON premieres on February 20 during a South American-Themed Cocktails & Cosmos event

ORLANDO, FL - (February 2, 2010) - Take a journey along the world’s mightiest river when Amazon comes to the giant screen at the Orlando Science Center. Witness a breathtaking world of beauty and mystique along a body of water that is considered the lifeblood for whole civilizations. The film will premiere during a Cocktails & Cosmos social event on Saturday, February 20, 2010. After its premiere, Amazon will screen daily in the Dr. Phillips CineDome through Summer 2010.


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Frogs exhibit features 80 live amphibians on display, representing 20 species

Opening Day is Saturday, February 6, 2010

Orlando, FL - January 27, 2010 - Some are as big as dinner plates. Others as tiny as a dime. From multi-colored to well camouflaged, frogs and toads have occupied our fairy tales, mythology, and even advertising. And now, frogs are the topic of a major touring exhibit, arriving at the Orlando Science Center on Saturday, February 6. Developed by the Audubon Nature Institute, Frogs features over 80 live frogs and toads representing 20 species from around the world. The exhibit will be on display through September 6, 2010.


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Science Center Getting Full Replacement of A/C System By Spring 2010

Get ready to chill out because the Orlando Science Center is in the process of fully replacing our air conditioning system. As you may know, we have had our share of challenges over the years with the old system. We are grateful to the support of many friends and partners who have helped make this replacement possible, especially the City of Orlando, Orange County, the Orange County Arts & Cultural Affairs Advisory Council and Irvine Mechanical.

This new system will be completed and installed by Spring 2010 - just in time for summer. It will be more energy efficient and is the first step in our journey to becoming a "green" building. Other initiatives will include retrofitting the interior lighting, implementing a recycling program and installing solar panels on our roof (thanks to Orlando Utilities Commission, the Darden Restaurants Foundation/Darden Environmental Trust and Azur Solar).

These modifications will make the Science Center a working example of "green" technology in our community. Our operations will become a living exhibit that will help educate visitors about the real world applications and benefits of renewable energy and energy conservation. We'll be updating you frequently on this website as we make progress with the "Green Building Project" so please visit often for news. In the meantime, please know that the Science Center is working hard to be the "coolest" place in more ways than one.


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Orlando Science Center Awards Good Grades in Science and Math

Grade A Day - Sunday, November 22


Kids with A’s in Science and Math Get Free Admission with Paying Adult

WHAT: Your child puts in a great deal of hard work to excel academically so as a reward, the Orlando Science Center is offering them a chance to discover and play for free.


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