Kids Night Out at the Museum 2021 Dates

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Kids Night Out at the Museum 2021 Dates – Kids Night at the Museum is coming up at the Orlando Science Center.

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Kids Night Out at the Museum 2021 Dates

What:

The Science Center’s exhibits don’t always come to life after hours, but during Kids Night at the Museum the building will be full of energy!

Youth ages 5 to 12 years old are invited to explore exhibits, experience enhanced programming, and enjoy a pizza dinner in age-appropriate groups. They will also participate in hands-on activities, and see an interactive Live Science Show or film. Caregivers can enjoy a stress and child-free evening on the town while children have an entertaining experience of their own exploring the wonders of everything the Science Center has to offer.

Where and When:

January 8, 6:00 – 10:00 p.m.

Orlando Science Center

More Details:

Upcoming Events

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Cost:

Members / Non-Members:

$70 / $75 for the first child

Additional Children:

$40 per sibling

Late pickup fee: $2 per minute, per child after 10:00 p.m.

More Information:

Click here for more details.

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