This Miami Museum Has A 31-Foot Dome Window To An Underwater World Of Sharks
Look out for Hammerheads!
The Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science in Miami has officially reopened its doors to the public. On Monday, June 15, the Miami science museum began accepting visitors again after a long hiatus. This incredible spot in South Florida features a gigantic window that lets you gaze into the Gulf Stream as sharks swim overhead.
Frost Science Museum houses a three-level aquarium, dazzling planetarium, and several amazing exhibitions you can visit. You'll explore everything from dinosaurs to the Florida Everglades as you roam through this awe-inspiring place.
The planetarium offers immersive shows that send you high into the stars and deep into the ocean. You can watch Dynamic Earth, narrated by Liam Neeson, and embark on a spine-tingling journey into watery depths where you can face your fears with sharks.
An explorer ticket to this amazing spot costs $22 and buys you access to all of the current exhibits, the aquarium, and aof your choosing.
The planetarium isn't the only place you'll see sharks at Frost Science. One of the most spectacular sights at the museum is the 31-foot oculus in the Gulf Stream Aquarium, which features several toothy predators.
This massive domed window lets you see into the deep, filled with tuna and sharks swimming right above you. This unbelievable lens into an underwater universe is something you'll never forget.
A must-seeis : Numbers in Nature, where you can get lost in the mesmerizing repeating patterns and glowing lights. You won't know which way is up while you wander through this spellbinding labyrinth that seems to go on forever.
This extraordinary spot belongs at the top of your Florida bucket list. Explore the museum's website before you go to see what you can discover on your visit.
Frost Science Museum
Address: 1101 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, FL
Why You Need To Go: Explore an amazing world at this museum that will take you on a unique adventure.
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