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Expedition ExploreSpring 2015
Find, explore, discover! Embark on a one-of-a-kind expedition with the entire family where you can explore the deep hidden treasures that Orlando has to offer!
When it comes to exploring, no one is better than Dora the Explorer and her cousin Diego! Children and families are invited to Orlando Science Center’s newest traveling exhibit “Dora & Diego— Let’s Explore!” to sail the seas in the Pirate Piggies' Ship; travel through space in the rocket ship, explore the Rainforest Maze, care for animals in the Animal Rescue Center, collect nuts in the Nutty Forest and tend Isa's Garden. Preschoolers will role play, solve problems, practice caring behaviors and learn Spanish words. Everyone will celebrate a successful day by saying, "We did it! Lo hicimos!" The exhibit is on display through Memorial Day on May 25th.
CSI: The Experience is a completely immersive exhibit that invites visitors to enter “crime” scenes where they identify and record evidence. It takes them inside “laboratories” for scientific testing and to “autopsy” rooms for pathology analysis. Then it returns them to the “office” to build their case, based on the scientific evidence. From DNA and firearms analysis to forensic anthropology and toxicology, visitors will be immersed in hands-on science in an exciting multi-media environment with dazzling special effects direct from the CSI TV series. The exhibit is geared toward adults and youth
At Titanic the Dinner Event you are invited to attend one of the most famous dinner parties in history. Guests will enjoy a four course dinner complete with music, laughter and sparkling conversation with some of Titanic’s notable passengers. Afterwards, guests are treated to a tour of Titanic The Artifact Exhibition as they share in the legacy of this magnificent Ship, and view over 250 artifacts recovered from the world’s most famous tragedy.
Skeletons: Animals Unveiled is part of the new I-Drive 360 Complex. It will be only the second museum of Osteology (the study of bones) in the world (Oklahoma City has the first). You’ll see over 400 different animal species made with their real bones, flesh eating beetles, videos and unique gifts in their 7,700- square-foot museum. This new addition to Orlando will be entertaining, educating and engaging!
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