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Miami Science Museum

A $14.95 value - Included with your Go Miami Card!

At the Miami Science Museum, visitors can dance on a huge Energy Dance Floor that captures their energy and converts it to electricity! They can rocket themselves ten feet in the air on the Human YoYo! There are live science demonstrations and theater shows daily, including mind-blowing laser shows!

The Miami Science Museum, a Smithsonian Institute Affiliate, also features a Wildlife Center with rare birds of prey and reptiles. Everyone will enjoy the brand new Energy Tracker exhibit that features an interconnected trail of hands-on exhibits. These exhibits explore everything from basic energy principles to the future of renewable energy.

Kids will love the Planetarium's SPITZ “Space Transit Planetarium” star projector, which is capable of accurately reproducing the stars and planets as seen from anywhere on Earth at any time during the year!

Redemption Instructions

Present your Go Miami Card at the admissions desk for entry.


Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. All holidays are subject to change without notice.


Admission to any special exhibits is not included with the Go Miami Card. Additional special exhibit admission upgrade must be paid at the Museum.

Phone: (305) 646-4200


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Senior Summer Science Series!
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Get the latest in science and technology straight from the experts in the field. Then, enjoy breakfast before joining Museum staff for related hands-on demonstrations and tours.A Presentation by Lynne A. Fieber, Ph.D.Associate Professor, Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric ScienceJoin Dr. Lynne Fieber for an inside look at her research on Aplysia and a personal encounter with these whimsical creatures. The National Resource for Aplysia on the campus of the University of Miami's Rosenstiel School of Marine & Atmospheric Science is the only place in the world where sea slugs, Aplysia californica are cultured and raised for research purposes. The simple design of the brain of Aplysia makes it a good research subject that can shed light on how our own minds work. Aplysia from the facility are used in experiments that help us to understand how we learn and what memories are.Where:Miami Science Museum3280 South Miami AvenueMiami Florida, 33129When:Every other Wednesday at 10:30amAugust 18th September 15thSeptember 1st September 29th[...]

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Daily, 10:00 am–6:00 pm. Box office closes at 5:30pm.

Driving Directions

From Miami, take I-95 South to Exit #1A/SW 25 Road, stay in the right hand lane and follow the signs to the Museum/Planetarium.


3280 S. Miami Ave
Miami, FL 33129

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3280 S. Miami Ave
Miami, FL 33129

Phone: (305) 646-4200


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$14.95 $10.95