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Explore a World of Possibilities at Tampa’s Museum of Science & Industry with more than 150 hands-on activities, Gaze into the starry night sky in MOSI’s Saunders Planetarium, and don’t miss exploring Mission: Moonbase where you can preform missions...more
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The museum of Science and Industry was a last minute visit added to our trip. We found the museum very educational and fun. There were lots of hands on exhibits and there was plenty to do. After we completed the museum we took time in...More
Visiting from out of town and bought the city pass which included the MOSI tickets. After walking through the place in 60 minutes - glad we didn’t pay for this place or make a special trip.
I found that it was dated, lacked any oomph....More
I used to come to MOSI almost yearly when my children were young and it was AMAZING! So when I visited Florida to see my grandchildren and took them to MOSI I was quite surprised and disappointed. It is a fraction of what it used...More
This is a great science museum that children will enjoy. There are plenty of exhibits to keep them busy and happy. They won't realize they are learning. There are periodic demonstrations throughout the day of science. There is a great big room where kids can...More
As many other reviewers mentioned a lot has changed at MOSI. However, we really enjoyed our visit. All of the exhibits are now located in one building. One thing that really stood out was how clean the entire building was. From the exhibits to the...More
Over two years ago I first visited the Museum of Science and Industry, referred to as MOSI. It is actually two separate building complexes separated by a dedicated road with a stop-light on Fowler Avenue. It is easy to get in and out.
This is probably the most kid=friendly and interactive museum that I have ever visited. There are lots of fun activities that also teach a sicken lesson. even with short attention plan, you can learn about dice probabilities and how a Zamboni machine works.