Press Views

  • SOUTH FLORIDA SCIENCE MUSEUM TO SERVE AS GROUND CONTROL WITH NASA Area students competing to participate in live Q&A with International Space Station (WEST PALM BEACH, FL) Roger that? The South Florida Science Museum will offer a seat in “mission control” for Palm Beach County students invited to make contact with an astronaut currently aboard the International Space Station.
  • FAMILIES INVITED FOR SOUTH FLORIDA SCIENCE MUSEUM FUN FEST ON NOVEMBER 23 While moms shop till they drop at all the early morning door-buster deals, dads can be a hero and take the kids to burn off their turkey at the South Florida Science Museum’s Family Fun Fest.
  • When “Science on a Sphere” was unveiled at the South Florida Science Museum on Feb. 2, guests felt as if they stepped into a classroom with Leroy Jetson — straight out of the futuristic cartoon about his space-age family. Developed by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association, “Science on a Sphere” is a 6-foot suspended globe displaying animated images of atmospheric storms, climate change, ocean temperature, animal migration patterns and more.
  • The South Florida Science Museum will heighten its “wow factor” when its expansion is complete later next year, thanks to a generous gift from the Quantum Foundation. According to Lew Crampton, South Florida Science Museum CEO, the Museum received a $240,000 grant from Quantum Foundation to support its Science on a Sphere exhibit – targeted to be part of the Museum expansion scheduled to open in early 2014.
  • Families looking to get the most out of their summer fun funds can find a bargain with the new Dual Discovery Pass. Launching today at the South Florida Science Museum and the Palm Beach Zoo, the Dual Discovery Pass offers Palm Beach County residents a 30 percent savings on entry prices to the two attractions when purchased together as one ticket. Out-of-county guests receive a 20 percent savings when purchasing a dual pass.
  • MICHAEL JACKSON MANIA AT SOUTH FLORIDA SCIENCE MUSEUM New laser concert schedule kicks off with costume contest for all! (West Palm Beach) – Attention all Michael Jackson fans…the South Florida Science Museum is unveiling its newest laser concerts, Michael Jackson: Laser Spectacular! The laser show will open Saturday, June 9th with showing at 6:30 p.m., 7:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. in the South Florida Science Museum’s Marvin Dekelboum Planetarium.