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Features over 200 interactive activities, incliding exhibits on nature, aerospace, and marine life. Specially-designed IMAX movie theatre shows films on giant screen with surround sound, and in 3-D.
Lift a 300-pound engine, program a robot, and discover some of the simple, universal concepts behind today's technology.
At 52 feet tall, the Great Gravity Clock is the biggest kinetic energy sculpture in Florida.
One of the first things they teach in science is that stuff is made out of other stuff, or rather, the more you break things down, the more things ...
Daily science lessons!
Maybe health consciousness has finally gone too far. "Powerful You!" is a new interactive exhibit presented by Broward Health that opens Friday...
The sky had just begun to clear on Friday night, saving dozens from being soaked as they waited to be banded, wineglassed, and plated before taking on a wide field of food and drink inside Fort Lauder... More »
Prep the liver and put the local cab company on speed dial: It's Beerfest weekend. Yes, indeed, kiddos -- it's that magical time of year when New Times breaks out all the stops and taps all the kegs t... More »
Want to have as much fun as these people? Follow the jump and we'll give you the low down on what's off the chain this week in BroCo and the PBC. See also- Best Concerts This Week in Fort Lauderd... More »
As if you needed another reason to obsessively count down until the weekend, this Saturday is the New Times' Beerfest, with a chance to try dozens of beer samplings from Florida craft brewers in addit... More »
Eat and drink like king and not as a fool on Friday, a.k.a. April Fools' Day. The 16th Annual Wine & Culinary Celebration is your ticket to feast on a food and wine pairings culled from ov... More »
This joint ain't large. But it's cheap, convenient, and fun, and the twerps might actually learn something while they spend your hard-earned cash. Opened in 1992, the Explore Store sells rubber sea turtles ($2.50), snakes ($3.50), frogs (75 cents), and iguanas ($2.25, and they squeak). A real hand-painted iguana to scare your sister goes for $27. Plastic whales, octopuses, sharks, dolphins, and lobsters go for $1.25 each. Die-cast metal space shuttles on a stand with astronauts cost $22.... More »
Need toys? Why visit a colossal chain store that practically requires a map to navigate (we're talking three aisles just for Barbie's shoes) when there's a cool little place like the Explorer Store? The shop, located in the Museum of Discovery & Science, sells all sorts of creative games, toys, and gadgets designed to provide challenging fun. The Build Your Own Volcano kit ($15) helps kids create actual eruptions using baking soda and vinegar. Another kit teaches children to build clocks out... More »
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