Know Before You Go: Face Coverings Required

Know Before You Go

Important Information For Your Visit

FACE COVERINGS REQUIRED

Due to high transmission rates in our area, Orlando Science Center will require face coverings for all visitors ages 3 and up, regardless of vaccination status, beginning August 7.

Face coverings are one of the best ways to prevent the spread of COVID 19 and will help keep everyone at the Science Center safe, especially our younger and most vulnerable visitors.

What We're Doing:


  1. Staff are required to wear face coverings when in public areas.
  2. Routine cleaning of high-touch and horizontal surfaces.
  3. Timed entry for controlled capacity.
  4. Keeping a respectful distance.

What We're Asking of You:


  1. Please be mindful of everyone’s personal space.
  2. Wash or disinfect hands frequently.
  3. All visitors ages 3 and up, regardless of vaccination status, are required to wear face coverings.
  4. Purchase tickets online for controlled capacity.

Vaccines are one of the most effective tools to protect your health and prevent disease.

Learn more about the COVID-19 vaccine here.

Keepin' It Clean!

High Touch Areas:

Our janitorial team rotate throughout the day continuously monitoring and disinfecting high touch areas such as railings, tabletops, buttons, benches, trash cans, door handles, and restrooms.

While the Building Is Occupied:

Exhibits staff rotate throughout the day and visibly clean dirty surfaces and disinfect high touch exhibits with cleaning products and electrostatic spraying. Certain areas may be closed briefly during the day for additional disinfecting treatment.

Exhibits:

Every exhibit space undergoes a rigorous cleaning and disinfecting each day before opening. This is accomplished through physically cleaning of objects, using bleach baths, and electrostatic spraying.

Priority On High Air Quality:

We have always utilized high efficiency MERV 14 medical grade air filters throughout the facility. Additionally, we have increased the percentage of outdoor air entering our building, to as much as 100% depending on outdoor conditions, in an effort to increase visitor safety and comfort. Additional air quality efforts include adding bi-polar ionization and UV sanitizing to all of our air-handling units throughout the facility. Even our elevators have been upgraded with increased exhaust and bi-polar ionization.

To discuss reasonable accommodations, please contact Debra Gordon, Section 504/ADA/LEP Coordinator at 407.514.2029 or email dgordon@osc.org a minimum of 72 hours prior to your visit.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I walk up and get tickets for admission?

To manage capacity, timed entry tickets will need to be purchased online at osc.org. There will be a limited number of tickets available each hour.

What if a time slot is full?

Please purchase a ticket for the next available time slot.

How do I get tickets if I am a member?

Members continue to get free admission to OSC, but are required to reserve an entry time in advance. You will be able to reserve tickets online by logging into your OSC account. Tickets are limited to the number of people on your membership.

How do I get tickets if I am eligible for Science for All or other discounted admissions programs?

We are currently unable to process discounted admissions online. If you are eligible for Science for All or discounted admission, please check in at the admissions desk on the day of your visit to gain admittance during the first available time slot.

For more information on discounted admissions for Science for All, military, first responders, or Florida educators, see osc.org/visit

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