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Frost Science  Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science. A full day of exploration awaits you at Miami's newest home for the ever curious.

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Experience a typical day in the Everglades in our virtual, interactive exhibition, River of Grass. Watch as the sun rises over the horizon and learn about the animals who call this wondrous place home. When the stars come out at night, grab a flashlight and search for the owls who are hooting from their branches above. #ItsScienceMiami

The magical world of automata has captured the human imagination since ancient times. Experience our hands-on exhibits in our exhibition "The Mechanicals" where the basic mechanisms involved in making automata work are revealed. #ItsScienceMiami

Spending your day at the museum? Be sure to share your photos and tag @frostscience for a chance to be featured on our social media channels just like this picture from @reyalglez! #FeathersToTheStars #ItsScienceMiami
••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••Hurricane Irma Relief: On behalf of Feeding South Florida, we will be collecting various relief items for those who have been impacted by the storm. You can donate supplies now through October 1. Visit frostscience.org/hurricaneirma to learn more. (Link in Profile)

With as many as 8,000 fish species, coral reefs provide a home to about 25% of all marine fish species. So many can co-exist on reefs because each fills an ecological niche, specialized to use particular resources and habitat space. #ItsScienceMiami
••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••Hurricane Irma Relief: On behalf of Feeding South Florida, we will be collecting various relief items for those who have been impacted by the storm. You can donate supplies now through October 1. Visit frostscience.org/hurricaneirma to learn more. (Link in Profile)

Frost Science has officially opened its doors this morning, five days after experiencing the impact of Hurricane Irma. In the wake of the storm, our community has faced a variety of difficult challenges, and we’re committed to helping our neighbors during this difficult time. On behalf of Feeding South Florida, we will be collecting various relief items for those who have been impacted by the storm. You can donate supplies now through October 1, from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m., daily. Please visit frostscience.org/hurricaneirma (LINK IN PROFILE) to see a full list of approved supplies. Just look for the specially designated drop-off box located in our atrium. In a rush? No need to park! Our loading dock will also serve as a quick drop-off point for relief supplies. Look for the large silver garage doors immediately upon entering Museum Drive on the west side of the museum.
****Additionally, in gratitude to the brave emergency personnel who have assisted our community, we’re offering free general admission to FPL employees, first responders, active duty military, retired military and veterans with a valid ID (with up to five family members), from Friday, September 15 through Sunday, October 1.

Looking to unwind this week? We're on tomorrow night for our encore presentation of First Fridays with First Fridays: Redux! Join us for a laser show and rock out in the #FrostPlanetarium. Tickets on sale now at frostscience.org/redux. (Link in Profile.)

The Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science will resume normal hours of operation starting Friday, September 15 at 9 a.m. In gratitude to the brave emergency personnel who have assisted our community, the museum will offer free general admission to first responders, active duty military, retired military and veterans with a valid ID (with up to five family members), from Friday, September 15 through Sunday, October 1. For a full list of rescheduled and upcoming museum events, including a special laser light show taking place on Friday, September 15, please visit frostscience.org.
Please note: the Falcon Batchelor Bird of Prey Center and Batchelor Wildlife Center in Coconut Grove will also be closed until further notice and will not be accepting injured birds and raptors.

The Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science team is currently surveying the state of the museum’s assets. As of Monday, September 11, we are able to report that all of our exhibitions and animals remain safe and intact, while our Museum Park campus experienced only minor damage to the landscaping and security gate.

The museum will remain closed as we continue to assess the state of the campus; however, we will provide updates as they become available. We stand with our community during this challenging time and hope for its continued safety and swift recovery.

In an abundance of caution, the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science has decided to suspend museum operations starting Thursday, September 7 in order to ensure the safety of our visitors, staff and animals. We’ve been closely monitoring updates on Hurricane Irma from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration along with Miami-Dade County, and have determined that this is the appropriate course of action to take at this time. The Falcon Batchelor Bird of Prey Center and Batchelor Wildlife Center in Coconut Grove will also be closed until further notice and will not be accepting injured birds and raptors.

Please monitor our website and social channels for all updates regarding the museum.

For those who have purchased admission tickets for dates affected by the closure, please contact ticketcenter@frostscience.org for more information regarding rescheduling your visit for an alternative date.

Should you need to contact the museum during this time, please note that our administrative offices will be closed and response times may be delayed.

We urge the community to take all necessary cautionary efforts and remain vigilant throughout the course of these events.

Due to popular demand, we’re bringing back First Fridays for an encore performance this month on September 15 at the Frost Planetarium, where you’re invited to rock out with a retro throwback to the classic laser light spectacles you know and love. From Pink Floyd to Daft Punk to Lady Gaga, we’re fusing music from some of the greatest artists of our time with old-school laser light visuals—all under the Planetarium’s 67-foot dome. Cost: $10 per adult; $8 per child. Tickets on sale now at frostscience.org/redux. (Link in Profile.)

Happy Labor Day! Just a reminder that we are open today with our regular operating hours from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Book your tickets online at frostscience.org/tickets to skip the lines and reserve a Frost Planetarium show. No need to print your tickets—just show them on your phone when get to the museum! #ItsScienceMiami

Breakfast time! Did you know that Mangroves are home to over 75 different fish species? Visit our Mangrove habitat on the Vista and Dive levels of the museum so you can view this unique habitat from two different perspectives. #ItsScienceMiami

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