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IMAG History & Science Center

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2000 Cranford Ave, Fort Myers, FL 33916-4006
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s4shon wrote a review Jan 6
Chicago, Illinois19 contributions2 helpful votes
This “museum” does not merit the name. It is TINY and expensive ($50 for family of 4) for what it contains. The map is deceptive - there are a lot of empty space and displays. We spent a total of 45 minutes here with my 7 and 5 year old, including 15 minutes playing on the poorly-conceived video games, and saw everything. The sting ray touch tank is too deep for young kids to reach the rays, which was a major disappointment for my younger kid. If I could give negative stars, I would.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Brittnee B wrote a review Dec 2020
3 contributions1 helpful vote
It was a good but small museum. Not crowded and great for kids and social distancing! They had some cute things to do and a lot to learn about. The reptile and amphibian wall was great and a very great set up! They had a koi pond out back that was a hidden gem with turtles and beautiful koi! It was beautiful! Definitely a good quick trip with the kiddos or with a loved one as it’s so reasonably priced! The staff was also so friendly and helpful. I was grateful for them as they keep this place alive!
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Kayaker318 wrote a review Mar 2020
Austin, Texas164 contributions54 helpful votes
Weather was iffy and we chose to go to IMAG and were not disappointed with all the activities it had for us.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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ohsuzyq10 wrote a review Feb 2020
Cleveland, Ohio403 contributions135 helpful votes
We chose to spend a cool, dreary, February day at the IMAG History and Science Center in Ft. Myers. It was a good decision and our science center passport let us enter with no charge. This is not an expansive science center but it is packed with lots of nifty things. My grandkids (12, 8 & 6) LOVED the Be the Astronaut section with all of its hands-on activities. The "drive a moon rover" experience was really a hit and they kept coming back to it! The two older kids had to try out the virtual experience which I'd never seen before in a science center. The exhibit about shaping watersheds was something different and fun, too. There were a lot of kids visiting (school trip) and the touch tank was packed so there wasn't much sting ray touching for us but it was fun to watch. We took in the "Titans of the Ice Age" 3-D movie that was very informative but not an amazing 3-D experience, in my opinion. The animal show was well done with three or four animals brought out but we wished there would have been more. Another hit of the visit was feeding the fish and turtles at the outside pond. This is definitely a good "kid stop" if you are in the Ft. Myers area.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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DixieFishLover wrote a review Feb 2020
Fairfax, Virginia14 contributions2 helpful votes
Since I was 5 I have been to this fun place to look around and have fun! The main lobby has one of those coin funnels, the room to the right has a cool ball track on the ceiling, sometimes they have minecraft in that room, the second floor has a storm tube, lets you cosplay as a weather man, etc. they have shows like and animal show, and a little aquarium! Yes Please!
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Date of experience: August 2019
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