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Located in Downtown Miami's Museum Park, Frost Science is a world-class science museum dedicated to sharing the power of science, sparking wonder and investigation, and fueling innovation for the future. Visitors can hurtle through space in a...more
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Hours Today: 9:30 AM - 6:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
1101 Biscayne Blvd, Museum Park, Miami, FL 33132-1758
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We had a blast exploring the Frost Museum. We heard from so many locals that it was worth checking out and they were SO right. Being able to explore the big tank from multiple levels was a blast.
We really enjoyed the bird sanctuary and...More
This was a very average museum to me. The layout was very unique, a little hard to follow. The main exhibit was sealife related with lots of touch tanks and interactive areas. The sharks & rays were amazing to see though it seemed very unfair...More
Great architecture housing a very attractive Science Museum. Worth expensive parking and entrance fee. Walk to adjacent Miami Art Museum. Enjoy cruise ships view docked at Port of Miami across Biscayne Bay.
My wife and I really enjoyed the Museum of Science. It was very focused on marine biology, almost an aquarium, but that is understandable, given its location in Florida. The mirror maze was a lot of fun, and we found it very traversable and understandable.
During a Staycation, my wife and I took the People Mover from my Brickell office and checked the place out. The acquaria were awesome, and the exhibits top notch. The planetarium was fine, and I understand they have started evening laser shows, in homage to...More
Decided to check out this spot during my recent stay in Miami. for 2 adults and 1 child, tickets were over $80, but that included one "show". We opted out for planetarium one. Planetarium is 67ft tilted dome, which in itself is pretty neat with...More
Yes you may bring water bottles and snacks. One good option we had was, getting there early a finding parking inside Museum Park (these are very limited) parking is directly right as soon as you get to the... More
Yes you may bring water bottles and snacks. One good option we had was, getting there early a finding parking inside Museum Park (these are very limited) parking is directly right as soon as you get to the museum.
We left the snacks in the car and had a picnic at the park. Your ticket allows you re-entry into the museum. The kids ended up having more fun running around the park than the museum.