The worst part about being an adult is realizing you aren't a kid anymore. The museums that we once were the kings & queens of are now overrun with kids of our friends or our own; thankfully we can unleash our inner kid again soon at the Museum of Science and Industry in Tampa this weekend.
Adults 18 and up can enjoy free reign of the museum without any kids — enjoying hands-on exhibits, cool science experiments, rockets, a chance to work with robotics and much more.
There will be light appetizers to snack on, while those 21 and up can sip on unlimited beer & wine samplings. There will even be liquid nitrogen ice cream that is easily the coolest science experiment for foodies.
The museum features many exhibits, a ropes course, and even a planetarium that are all perfect for science & space lovers alike.
The event will take over MOSI this weekend on Friday, December 6th and will run from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., offering 3 full hours of fun with booze, science, & creativity. You can even stand in a cyclone — getting blown away without actually being blown away.
Tickets are surprisingly affordable at $14.95 per adult and include your appetizers & spirits. If you happen to be a member, a $2 off discount applies to your admission ticket.
We're ready for a boozy night full of science experiments, climbing, & fun! If you plan to attend Mosi After Dark, pre-registration is required through their website here.
An overview of Mosi After Dark can be found below.
If you're looking for more ways to unleash your inner kid, another Tampa museum will also host their Grown-Up night again in January, or soak up all those holiday vibes with these 12 things to do in Florida to add to your winter bucket list.
After Dark at MOSI
Price: $14.95 per adult, $12.95 if you're a member.
When: December 6, 2019 | 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m
Address: 4801 E Fowler Ave, Tampa, FL 33617
Why You Need To Go: Unlimited beer & wine samples, light app snacks, liquid nitrogen ice cream, robotics, & other hands-on experiences with free reign of the museum.
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