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Yulia B wrote a review Dec 2020
Miami, Florida4 contributions1 helpful vote
Excellent interactive center great for families and all ages. Book the shows online ahead of time. Come early to find parking. We always come at the opening. It is also less crowded in the morning.
Date of experience: February 2020
Response from Frost_Science, Public Relations Manager at Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science
Responded 2 weeks ago
Thank you for visiting!
Todd G wrote a review Oct 2020
Columbus, Ohio20 contributions8 helpful votes
For two people including parking, this costs almost $75. There are 6 floors which look impressive, except that the top floor is just a lookout, floor 5 is admin offices, and the bottom 4 floors are the exhibits. We felt like this was geared for children and wasn't all that impressive for adults. You can only look at a shark swim around for so long. We would not recommend this for adults due to the high cost to see a very small amount of 'neat' stuff.…
Date of experience: October 2020
Cathie B wrote a review Oct 2020
Berry Islands33 contributions9 helpful votes
We really enjoyed the museum and the planetarium, it was very clean and the staff were very friendly
Date of experience: September 2020
Shaun S wrote a review Aug 2020
Atlanta, Georgia147 contributions52 helpful votes
My daughter had a great time here and we did too. A great family experience and a reasonable price too It’s essentially a combination of a science museum, a kids museum, and an aquarium.
Date of experience: August 2020
masoares wrote a review Apr 2020
Rio de Janeiro, RJ599 contributions107 helpful votes
This is one of the best activities for children in the Downtown Miami area. The Frost Museum is a Planetarium, an Aquanrium and a Sicence Museum all in one place. You can spend a whole day there with kids. The Planetarium includes an IMAX dome therater, which is state-of-the-art. Get the combined ticket in which a session at the IMAX is included. Theare a couple of movies to choose from, and the schedule will depend on what you choose. Reserve your movie session by the time you buy the ticket, as sessions can become crowded. The big aquarium and the Mirror Maze are top activities inside the museum. There is a very nice diner as part of the complex, but outside the paid area (meaning that you can eat there without getting into the museum if you want to). The diner has fair prices, so I recommend eating there as there are no restaurants closeby. Regualr sanwiches (burgers, hot dogs and wraps) and saldas are served. There is also a Starbucks Coffee by the diner. There is a Gift Shop by the exit to buy souvenirs, books and toys.…
Date of experience: January 2020