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I've been to several of the Science After Dark events at the museum. It's adults only and a good time! My favorite was the Harry Potter one. There's always pizza by the slice and beer by the glass for sale. You can buy tickets online...More
I maintain a membership with this museum for several years. My son who is now 7 has alwasy enjoyed visiting the museum both for annual events and for spare time. The museum is contantly changing exhibit types. The themes are always colorful and engaging. The...More
We had my daughter's birthday party here and could not have been happier! We had a party helper (there may have been 2?) who took care of everything for us. Kids loved running around/playing downstairs then someone came in to do Frozen experiments (there are...More
Been coming here since I was a kid, now I bring my little cousins. They've got a lot of interactive stuff for both kids and adults to have fun with. Adult nights once a month or so as well. Fun and affordable, great way to...More
We visited over Thanksgiving weekend. 5 adults, three teenagers and three younger children, including a 4-year old. We stayed about 2 hours and there was something for everyone.
GREAT for introducing kids to STEM or nurturing the interest if it’s already there. FUN physical activities...More
The musuem had a good bit of activities inside which took us over 2 hours to go through. Only problem was they all seemed to be geared more towards smaller kids than early teenagers. There was a few things that really caught their attention but...More
We went there with 3 kids. The price is $10/adult, $8/kids over 12 months. Just one area alone has at least 10 different experiments that you would have hard time explaining to your kids without. We spent 4 hours and didn’t have time left to...More
Looking for advice on iteniary, thanks! (18 Replies)
revising due to typo- itinerary ;) Hi all, my 3 1/2 year old son and I are tagging along on a business trip with my husband in July. While he will be working for 4 days out of our week, he will be joining us on the rest of the trip and we are turning it into a vacation. I will have a rental car, and am comfortable driving by myself with my son within a 30 minute radius of Lago Mar (where will be staying). Could someone please look at some of the ideas I've researched and comment if any are...More
June 01, 2010|
Response fromDavid M|
Sawgrass Mills is a mixed bag; some very tired retail (including a Rain Forest Cafe whose exterior didn't look terribly inviting) with upscale newer stuff around the edges. I've only wandered by Wannado, but it kinda looked like it was for older kids. I haven't made it to the Palm Beach zoo. It should be good. The South Florida Science Museum is adjacent. In Boca Raton, Red Reef Park and the adjacent Gumbo Limbo Nature Center are neat. The park is very well cared-for, with a...More
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Places to visit with a school class (3 Replies)
My sons 5th grade teacher is planning a trip to Fort Lauderdale for her class for a couple of days. Museum of Discovery was on the agenda, I told them about Gumbo Limbo and the Ann Kolb nature centre. Anything I am missing that would be interesting for them?
October 04, 2007|
I got the Buehler Planetarium on my list.
Recs on Local Attractions please (5 Replies)
Our brochure lists many attractions and our short list is below. Any recommendation on which to go to or avoid? We're (two adults only) staying in Pompano through Saturday and have a car. Thanks! Bonnet House Museum and Gardens Flamingo Gardens Fort Lauderdale History Center Museum of Discovery Seminole okalee Indian Village Stranahan House Museum
September 30, 2012|
I've only done 2 Bonnet House and Stranahan House, Stranahan House is the smaller of the two and IMO is the most interesting. If you like quirky art you may like Bonnet House, it is also interesting and has a story to tell. It is set on a large plot of land but you don't get to see much of the land. I think if you did the 2 in such a short space of time it would be old house overkill.