At Tampa’s Museum of Science and Industry (MOSI), browse more than 450 intriguing hands-on exhibits on science, industry and technology. Conquer your fears on the ropes course, be astounded by a high-res movie in the IMAX® DOME Theater, gaze into a starry night sky in the planetarium, explore the stages of human life and more. For an additional cost, you can even go ziplining and do the ropes course! This interactive and educational experience is a perfect activity for the whole family.
Head to Tampa’s Museum of Science and Industry (MOSI) for a day of family-friendly fun, entertainment and learning. Take your time exploring more than 450 hands-on, interactive exhibits in the museum’s 400,000-square-foot (37,161-sq-meter) space. These fascinating exhibitions focus on science, industry and technology.
Grab the kids and play inside Kids In Charge!, the largest children's science center in the country. Brave extreme weather conditions inside Disasterville, featuring Bay News 9 WeatherQuest, and explore the stages of life in The Amazing You exhibition.
Be amazed during a spectacular movie in the IMAX® DOME Theater. At five stories tall and offering a higher resolution than any other theater in Tampa, it's more than a movie -- it's an experience.
Gaze into a starry night sky in the Saunders Planetarium, and explore the great outdoors in the BioWorks Butterfly Garden and MOSI Backwoods. Try and conquer your fears and experience an adrenaline rush on the Sky Trail Ropes and Zipline Course, offering fun, high-energy feats for all ages. Go ziplining, test your strength on the ropes course or do both! (Ropes course at additional cost of USD$7, zipline at additional cost of USD$10, payable on day of admission.)
3D Printing the Future - The Exhibition This new exhibition is available for a limited time and is free with your admission ticket. MOSI is partnering with the University of South Florida's College of
Arts and Sciences and the Alliance for Integrated Spatial Technologies
(AIST) to offer an inspiring glimpse of the future through 3D-printed objects, live demonstrations and hands-on 3D printing. Get an in-depth look at how 3D printing technology works, how it is used, and the amazing possibilities for the future.