In the Museum

There’s something for everyone at Miami Science Museum. One of the Museum’s key goals is to serve as a threshold into science and technology for visitors of all ages and backgrounds, inspiring a sense of wonder and excitement about the world we live in, and helping people see how science and technology can enrich their lives. From first-time visitors to those who come whenever they can, the Museum offers a changing mix of interactive exhibits, wildlife encounters, science theater, planetarium shows, science demos, camps, workshops and special events. Check out our Calendar of Events to see what’s happening next: http://www.miamisci.org/www/events.php.

Give Miami Day – November 20

Support the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science on Give Miami Day. This unique, 24 hour online giving event organized by The Miami Foundation allows individuals the opportunity to build a greater Miami by making charitable gifts to local … Continue reading

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Dr. Judy Brown Congratulatory Luncheon

On Saturday, November 8, 2014, the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science hosted a celebration in honor of Senior VP of Education Dr. Judy Brown. Dr. Brown was recently selected as a recipient of the 2014 Roy L. Shafer … Continue reading

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The History of Virginia Key

In the soft pre-dawn light of a South Florida sunrise, a loggerhead turtle ambles up a beach lined with sea oats. After searching for the perfect spot, she uses her large fins to dig a hole in the sand, then … Continue reading

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Astronomy Day: Stargazing into the Future

The Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science reached for the stars once again with our annual Astronomy Day: Stargazing into the Future event, October 9-11, which invited visitors to look up and appreciate the wonders of the universe – and … Continue reading

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Congratulations, Dr. Judy Brown!

Dr. Judy Brown, Senior VP of Education at the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science, was awarded the 2014 Roy L. Shafer Leading Edge Awards for Exceptional Leadership during The Association of Science-Technology Centers (ASTC) annual conference held in … Continue reading

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Look out for Birds, and Contribute to the Breeding Bird Atlas!

Over the last few months, you may have seen birds in your yard carrying sticks or food to nearby trees. Or maybe you heard baby birds making lots of noise from the nest, begging for food. By now, most of … Continue reading

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Join Me in Alaska – LIVE!

If you haven’t already virtually followed me to Alaska, come and “join me” – LIVE – on the Lindsay in the Arctic blog! As Science Curator here at the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science, I am participating as … Continue reading

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Great Horned Owls Now at the Falcon Batchelor Bird of Prey Center

Birds of prey have predators too (including humans), and they too can get get sick, injured and orphaned. But the human team at the Falcon Batchelor Bird of Prey Center at the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science is … Continue reading

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It’s Preschool Science Time!

Young visitors to the Museum’s Discovery Room are now treated to a brand new Busy Bee Puppet Story with sing-a-long songs, and the chance to join a hands-on activity to make their own model of a bee. We have a … Continue reading

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Feathers to the Stars Summer Camp – Register Now!

Summer Camp – Feathers to the Stars! Register Now! July 28 – August 1 Grades 4 – 8 Have you ever thought about ancient humans, gazing up at birds, perhaps imagining what it might be like to fly? How did … Continue reading

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