Be the Astronaut
Experience the wonders of space and plan a space mission, learn about the technology and math skills required to be an astronaut and fly spaceships, pilot landers and drive rovers in this exciting exhibit.
Temporary exhibit. September 21st 2019 – January 12th 2020.
Science on a Sphere
Science On a Sphere (SOS) is a room-sized, global display system that uses computers and video projectors to display various earth system scientific data onto a six foot diameter sphere, analogous to a giant animated globe.
Shaping SWFL Watersheds
The real-world environment of Shaping SWFL by use of interactive AR sandbox.
Our Living Lab is home to a variety of native and non-native animals.
B-26, The Last Airmen of World War II
Check out a piece of Southwest Florida’s World War II history!
“SEA-to-See” Touch Tank
Encounter a horseshoe crab or yellow spotted stingrays up close!
“Titans of the Ice Age” 3D Movie
Narrated by Academy Award® winning actor Christopher Plummer (The Sound of Music, Up, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, The Beginners), Titans of the Ice Age transports viewers to the otherworldly frozen landscapes of the northern hemisphere 10,000 years before modern civilization.
Strengthen your brain with Mind Magic puzzles
Hall of History
Exhibits take visitors on a walk through the history of Southwest Florida, including some featured sites of interest in Fort Myers.
Earth and Space Science
Visit our Earth and Space Science exhibits to touch a cloud, understand why lightening happens, and learn how electricity works.
Check out our Backyard Nature exhibit and short walking path to learn about sustainable options
Immerse yourself in an interactive environment that takes you back over 150 years to see and experience the original fort of Fort Myers!
Sewing a Native Truth Exhibit
Learn about Seminole culture through patchwork and their use of sewing skills to adapt to a tourism driven economy in this new exhibit in partnership with Florida Gulf Coast University.