“Power Up” Interactive Exhibit at South Florida Science Center

The exhibit will allow children of all ages to have fun, learn, and experiment safely

Aleeyah Johnson, Tayveon Harrison, Maulisa Washington, and Carsyn Black check out the 3D printers on display

After a summer of science experiments and virtual lessons at home, families can take advantage of a fun, socially distanced learning experience at “Power Up,” a new exhibit at the South Florida Science Center & Aquarium.

The interactive exhibit will allow curious children to have some hands-on fun with drone races, flight simulators, 3D printing experiments, and more through Sunday, September 13.

“We want to make sure the learning continues outside the classroom and provide a safe place for kids this summer,” said Kate Arrizza, president and CEO of the Science Center. To keep children and their parents safe, the center will enforce social distancing, facial coverings, and maintain rigorous cleaning procedures.

Tickets for the exhibit cost $10.95 for children ages 3 to 12, $14.95 for adults, and $12.95 for seniors. Admission to the exhibit is free for members. For more information on the South Florida Science Center and Aquarium, please click here.


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