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Imaginarium Science Center

Stingray in petting/feeding tank

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Kids can't wait to get their hands on the wonderful interactive exhibits at this lively museum–aquarium combo that explores technology, physics, weather, and other science topics. Check out the stingrays and other marine life in the aquariums, touch tanks, and the living-reef tank; feed the fish, turtles, and swans in the outdoor lagoon; visit a tarantula, python, hissing cockroach, juvenile alligator, and other live critters in the Animal Lab; dig for dinosaur bones; score in the Sporty Science sports simulator; watch a 3-D movie in the theater; take part in a hands-on Animal Encounter demonstration; and touch a cloud, then prepare to get blown away in the Hurricane Experience. Other highlights include the Tiny Town early childhood area, Backyard Nature, Discovery Lab exploration station, Idea Lab engineering design center, as well as Build-Your-Own-Coaster and Science of Motion.

Updated: 05-12-2014

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