Northeast Coast Sights

Museum of Science & History

  • 1025 Museum Circle Map It
  • Jacksonville

Published 07/06/2017

Fodor's Review

Known locally as MOSH, this museum is home to the Bryan-Gooding Planetarium. As a next-generation planetarium, it can project 3-D laser shows that accompany the ever-popular weekend Cosmic Concerts. For those taking in the planetarium shows, the resolution is significantly sharper than that of the biggest HDTV on the market. Whether you're a kid taking in Sesame Street's One World, One Sky, or an adult star-gazing in the Skies over Jacksonville tour of the night sky, the experience is awesome. MOSH also has a wide variety of interactive exhibits and programs that include Health in Motion: Discover What Moves You; JEA PowerPlay: Understanding our Energy Choices, where you can energize the future city of MOSHtopia as you learn about alternative energy resources and the science of energy; the Florida Naturalist's Center, where you can interact with northeast Florida wildlife; and the Currents of Time, where you'll navigate 12,000 years of northeast Florida history, from the region's earliest Native American settlers to modern-day events. Nationally acclaimed traveling exhibits are featured along with signature exhibits on regional history.

Sight Information

Address:

1025 Museum Circle, Jacksonville, Florida, 32207, USA

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Phone:

904-396–6674

Website: www.themosh.org

Sight Details:

  • $12.50

Published 07/06/2017

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