Learning about science in a museum is safer than experiencing it first-hand by accidentally ingesting a science textbook. Embrace science with today's Groupon to Imaginarium Hands-On Museum and Aquarium in Fort Myers. Tanks and corrals crawl with marine creatures and exhibits overflow with grabby activities, all designed to mollify kids' budding hands and brains in a spacious, colorful facility. Feel free to tote tykes to the live animal shows, watch as they pretend-forecast the weather in the mini-studio, or tap the science displays to explore creative ways to escape Newton's fourth law. The family four-pack includes two adult and two child tickets (see pricing here.
- Your admission price to Imaginarium Hands-On Museum and Aquarium includes access to more than 60 hands-on exhibits, a 3-D film, a Touch Tank Experience and a Hurricane Experience. – Hello Fort Myers.
- Went with two kids aged 2-1/2 and 4-1/2 and both enjoyed it immensely. The touch tanks are nice as are the reptile/insect exhibits. – David S., Yelp
Imaginarium Science Center
Stingrays, dinosaurs, and faux hurricanes can all be found at the Imaginarium Science Center, which soaks spongy young brains in knowledge via hands-on exhibits and 3-D movies about the natural world. Families can observe moray eels and other marine life in the Window to the Sea aquarium, or reach out to gentle stingrays in an open tank. Several daily shows with live animals compete for attention with a dino dig where patrons learn how archeologists excavate fossilized bones using nothing but the power of their minds. Kids can emulate their favorite sports heroes in the Sporty Science Arena simulator, then imitate their favorite TV weather-reporting heroes as they witness a simulated hurricane.
“Great deal if you live closer, we live 2 1/2 hours away and had I known it was that far I probably wouldn't have driven down for the museum except for the good deal.”
“My grandson and I had a great day there!”
“It needs an update, ours childrens museum in Chattanooga is in much better shape but I think the imaganarium is geared for a little bit older kids which is nice.”
2000 Cranford Ave.
Fort Myers, Florida 33916Get Directions