Orlando Science Centre Tickets, Attractions & How to Reach Guide
Explore the Orlando Science Center, a multi-award-winning interactive science museum in Central Florida. Renowned as a 60-year attraction, at the museum you can enjoy interactive displays and educational activities with your Orlando science center tickets. Discover a wide variety of fascinating displays covering diverse fields like biology, mechanics, and more. 

Stroll through the ten fun exhibits from "Kids Town" to "Dino Digs" and "Kinetic Zone" to "Earth Matters”. There are multiple educational programs namely the Neighborhood Science, School, preschool, and Camp Programs where you can learn numerous skills and modern technologies. Some of the major highlights of the museum are visiting The Dr. Phillips CineDome, which plays large-format films and puts on spectacular laser shows.

Another unique display, The Science Center's Kids Town is packed with fun activities and exhibits designed specifically for kids. You can also admire Nature Works, a popular tourist spot that educates people about Florida's unique flora, fauna, and ecological system. Live shows and events are also staged to honor things like a film's scientific relevance or an influential speaker.
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From earthy, hands-on studies of natural science to cutting-edge, virtual reality simulations, the Science Center's exhibit halls provide something for everyone. Learn something new and explore as you stroll through the exhibits with your Orlando science center tickets. Some of them are: 

1. Earth Matters: The natural world is described in detail in this exhibit hall, with an emphasis on the many Central Florida habitats such as mangrove coral reefs and cypress swamps. 
Life: This brand-new nature and conservation display, titled "Life," uses the planet's animal inhabitants to illustrate the tale of conservation. Animals will document Life's many ecosystems for future generations to learn about.

2. Food Heroes: Examine how the food system is interconnected and the people working to improve it so that it is more fair, sustainable, and healthy for everybody.

3. Kinetic Zone: Here you can experiment with different force configurations, see basic physics concepts, and gain a fresh perspective on engineering.

4. The Hive: A Makerspace: A shared workspace dedicated to the pursuits of producing, learning, experimenting, and sharing. Bring out your inner creative with full access to the tools, materials, and mentors.

5. Fusion, a Stem Gallery: Learn how science and art are not mutually exclusive but rather work best together.

6.. Dino Digs: Witness life-size dinosaur and prehistoric sea creatures’ fossil reproductions displayed in their prehistoric habitats.

Science Live

Science Live, one of the major highlighted sections of the museum, features live programming and performances that animate the exhibit rooms. You can witness the Digital Adventure Theater or an engagement with animals at NatureWorks, as their live programs leave an impression that can last a lifetime.

The Orlando science center tickets let you watch Science Live shows like Tiny Green Home Tours, Remarkable Robots Story Time, and There’s No Place Like Space.


The Science Center features two theaters where educational and Hollywood movies are shown, along with laser light shows. Some of the shows are as follows:

1. Dr. Phillips Cinedome: The 300-seat Dr. Phillips CineDome, which has an 8,000 square-foot huge screen, uses a fisheye lens to project movies. And, it makes use of the biggest film format in the world, which is ten times bigger than a typical movie theater. Documentaries are added regularly throughout the year, covering a wide range of topics from ecology and geography to history and more.

2. Digital Adventure Theater: As one of the first cultural institutions to join up with National Geographic, the Science Center has exclusive access to one of the largest giant-screen film collections in the world. Watch both 2D and 3D digital versions of numerous award-winning movies. Additionally, with the Orlando science center tickets you can watch a few Hollywood films as well as Science Live, presentations like Kaboom and High Voltage.


Events give you a chance to see the Science Center in a fresh light, with adult-oriented programs, cutting-edge gadgets, and other perks.

1. Spark Stem Fest: Spark STEM Fest is the new name for Otronicon, the Orlando Science Center's most renowned event. It's a multi-day event full of fun, hands-on activities, displays, and events designed to get people excited about STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics).

2. Science Night Live: At Science Night Live, you may rediscover the wonder of science and reconnect with your inner kid. With Orlando science center tickets you stop into Dr. Dare's Lab for some hands-on activities, explore the exhibit halls, and listen to keynote speakers.

3. Science of Wine: The Science of Wine is an oenological quest that includes presentations on many facets of wine farming and wine tasting. It also includes samples of over 150 great wines from the most significant wine areas in the world.

4. Science on Tap: At this event, craft beer aficionados over the age of 21 are welcome to join in on the fun and contribute to a worthy cause while enjoying a fun afternoon of beer, science, and delicious cuisine.

Some of the other popular events are Kids Night at the Museum for children aged 5 to 12 years, along with the Unveil: Wedding Showcase and Inspire Science Breakfast.

Educational Programs

The Orlando Science Center offers different kinds of educational programs:

1. School Programs: The school programs at the Orlando Science Center take abstract scientific concepts from the classroom and give them concrete, memorable meanings through engaging, interactive activities.

2. Camp Programs:
Through experimentation, creation, friendship-building, and the development of 21st-century skills, the Orlando Science Center's summer camp programs encourage youngsters to be enthusiastic about STEM.

3. Preschool programs:
Preschool is a great time to lay the groundwork for a lifetime of success in the  STEM fields, and it also helps a child develop the social, emotional, cognitive, and physical abilities necessary to thrive in school and beyond.

Plan Your Visit


Know Before You Go

How To Reach?
By Train: Hop on the Sunrail to reach the science center of Orlando and get off at AdventHealth, the closest station which is 1598 yards away and takes only 9 minutes via walk. 
- By Bus: Take bus number 102, to reach Princeton St and Orlando Loch Haven Park bus stop, the nearest to the site i.e just 159 yards away.

Best Time To Visit:
The best time to visit the Orlando Science Center is during a weekday as soon as it opens. That is because weekends call for a huge throng of visitors and the various exhibits of the center can feel very crowded. Thus, on any weekday you can visit the center at about 11 AM to avoid the afternoon and evening rush.


  • Get free wheelchairs at the front door. 
  • Restrooms on each floor are accessible to those with mobility impairments as well.
  • Service animals are allowed.
  • Please ask a Guest Services Associate for assistance with speaker phones when you check-in.
  • There is self-parking during museum hours, and it is available on a first-come basis.
  • All four floors of the parking structure include designated handicapped parking spots.

People Also Ask About Orlando

  1. What are the popular events of the Orlando Science Center?

    The popular events you can attend with Orlando science center tickets include Science on Tap, Science Night Live, and Inspire Science Breakfast. You may have all the fun of a regular Science Center visit, plus some adult-oriented shows, at Science Night Live. By attending the Inspire Science Breakfast, you can get a positive jump on the day while also helping to fund new approaches to STEM teaching in the Central Florida area.
  2. Is the Science Center accessible for wheelchairs?

    Yes, the Science Center is wheelchair-accessible. However, wheelchairs are offered at the time of entrance in a limited number and are free of charge. Thus, if you would like further information regarding the availability of wheelchairs, please speak with a Guest Services Representative at the Front Desk.
  3. Are there any cafes inside the museum?

    Yes, there are cafes located inside the Science Center to keep your food cravings in place. You can visit the 4 Roots Cafe, a cross between a fast food joint and a salad bar, with grab-and-go alternatives. For healthy preferences, you can make your own salads, flatbreads, and sandwiches.
  4. Is parking available at the Orlando Science Center?

    Yes, the museum does offer parking to visitors who drive themselves during regular museum hours. Members, on the other hand, can park for free in the Orlando Science Center's garage, which is accessible via 782 Princeton Street in Orlando, Florida 32803.
  5. Why is the Orlando Science Center famous?

    The Orlando Science Center has gained international recognition as central Florida's premier destination for informal STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) education. More than 300,000 people buy the Orlando science center tickets each year to visit the museum, observatory, and other attractions. Some of the major features include huge screen films, planetarium presentations, and interactive exhibits. Thousands of kids from elementary school to high school attend scientific camps over the summer and winter breaks to learn about everything from engineering to forensic science.
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