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The Orlando Science Center is adding plenty of new things to do in the month of May. The center is a must for your “things to do in Orlando” list. With four floors of exciting exhibits, amazing giant screen movies and engaging live programming, the Science Center is the perfect family destination.
On May 11, from 7pm-10pm, you are invited to the Science of Wine – an event featuring one of the largest collections of wine of any Orlando event. Learn about wine-growing and wine tasting and sample some of the more than 150 fine wines. Tickets are $75 per person.
From May 4-September 8 guests can join Clifford, Emily Elizabeth and other residents of Birdwell Island in a new traveling exhibit. Explore Clifford’s world first-hand with playful activities and interactive attractions as well as learn about Clifford’s Big Ideas – 10 simple life lessons all children can understand.
From May 25-September 2 a multisensory exploration of the science of sound is presented by the Blue Man Group. The 1,500 square-foot exhibit encourages learning and understanding of light and sound, with different objects representing how sound would look if we could see it and unique Blue Man Group instruments teach guests how sound is created.
Follow the story of meerkat Klinky and her clan as they take on the Kalahari Desert. Meerkats 3D is featured May through spring 2014.
The Orlando Science Center is an affordable attraction, with science center tickets for adults costing $19 and $13 for children (ages 3-11).