The Museum of Arts and Sciences Orlando is the cultural centerpiece of East Central Florida. With nine permanent exhibitions, the museum also boasts a wonderful and newly created environmental center inside a naturally preserved Florida hammock!
Kids will also love the 12-foot high, 130,000-year-old skeleton of a ground sloth! You will also find the largest public Coca-Cola memorabilia collection outside of the company's headquarters in Atlanta. After browsing through the museum's collections, head to the Planetarium to see fantastic shows of the night sky!
Located on a beautiful 90-acre park, the Museum of Arts and Sciences Orlando is an affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution. It offers a variety of attractions for families, including a children's wing with hands-on science displays.
In addition to its permanent collections, The Museum of Arts and Sciences Orlando often hosts changing exhibits of Chinese art and American paintings and furniture. Do not miss one of the museum's main highlights: the famous collection of paintings that Cuban dictator Fulgencio Batista donated to the city of Daytona in 1956.
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352 S. Nova Road
Daytona Beach, FL
Website: The Museum of Arts and Sciences
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