The Museum of Science & Industry Makes Learning Fun

June 17th, 2014 by

 Museum of Science & Industry Tampa

Take a look at your list of things to do in the Tampa area. Does it have the Museum of Science and Industry on it? If not, it really should, because this is one the area’s premier attractions, and a blast for the kids. The displays and interactive exhibits are as entertaining as they are educational, and the facility does a great job of showing guests what is interesting and unique about technologies that are both young and old. If you are looking for an action-packed day trip, head to the Museum of Science and Industry.

Kids in Charge

Designed for kids ages 12 and under, this is the largest kid-centered science exhibition space in the entire country. Guests can take part in astronaut training, learn about the basics of physics, and even take a simulated trip to the moon. Despite teaching core scientific concepts, the exhibitions present lots of opportunity for play and imagination.

Museum of Science & Industry TampaSkyTrail Ropes Course

This ropes course features over 30 obstacles at heights of as much as 36 feet. It concludes with a zip line that is more than a football field long. Despite being fun and thrilling, the ropes course also teaches important lessons about physics. The course is open to groups of any size with no minimum.

IMAX Dome

Unlike most IMAX screens, the IMAX Dome is curved to provide a unique panoramic experience. Film watching is more immersive and absorbing this way. The theater shows a rotating schedule of films, most focused on marvels of science, nature, and engineering from around the world.

Museum of Science & Industry TampaThe Amazing You

Take a trip inside the human body while learning about anatomy, physiology, biology and so much more. The science explained through the interactive exhibits is both entertaining and fascinating as it reveals how the body develops and changes throughout the entire life cycle.

The Saunders Planetarium

Get an up close look at the furthest parts of our galaxy at the Saunders Planetarium. Featuring the state-of-the-art GOTO Space Simulator Chronos projection system, this facility is able to show off astronomical wonders in stunning detail.

Plan a Trip to the Museum of Science & Industry

The next time you are in the Tampa and Sarasota area, a trip to the Museum of Science and Industry is a must. It is also conveniently located next to other of the area’s premier attractions at 4801 E. Fowler Avenue in Tampa, FL. The museum is open seven days a week: Monday to Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

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