The South Florida Science Center and Aquarium opened its doors in Palm Beach County in 1961 and the center completely revolves around science. The center provides exploration and adventure by offering new educational programs, technology, robotics and computer programming. The goal of the center is to open every mind to science.
Some of the Current Events and Exhibits at the Science Center and Aquarium include:
Rainforest Adventure: On display until September 4th. One of Earth’s least known habitats, The Rainforest is filled with adventures, sights, sounds. and mysteries. The Rainforest Adventure is completely interactive with sights, plants, sounds and animal biodiversity.
Journey Through The Human Brain: Currently on display at the Science Center. The Science Center and the FAU Brain Institute joined together this season to create the most advanced neuroscience exhibit. The interactive exhibit is aimed to inspire a new generation of young scientists, medical professionals and technology enthusiasts.
Fisher Family Science Trail: The new quarter mile trial is now open and connects to the center’s 15 new exhibits. Some of the new exhibits include FPL SolarScape, Dinosaur Walk, Physics Forest and much more.
Aquariums of the Atlantic: Is the Center’s 10,000-gallon aquarium that houses some of Florida’s most beautiful native fish. Some of the fish include Lookdowns, Moray Eels, Stingrays, Queen Angels and Seahorses. Every day at 10:45 am and 11:45 am they host their touch tank demonstrations and have live fish feedings at 1 pm on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
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The South Florida Science Center and Aquarium is located 4801 Dreher Trail North in West Palm Beach.