IMAG History and Science Center Admission Ticket

IMAG History and Science Center Admission Ticket
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$14
Duration: 1 to 6 hours
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Description

IMAG offers, between 1 and 6-hour fun for all ages to discover the wonders of science and history providing a large, open environment to explore over 60 hands-on exhibits where visitors will enjoy hours spent exploring. Feed a stingray in the 'Sea to See' Tanks, and visit the Living Lab to see turtles, snakes, frogs, a bearded dragon, prairie dogs and much more. Gaze at the tropical fish in the 3,200-gallon aquarium built by Animal Planet’s Tanked, which displays a replica of the USS Mohawk artificial reef. History exhibits span from the Ice Age to the early XIX century and guests can even visit the original fort of Fort Myers in a one-of-a-kind 3D Virtual Reality experience.

Visit: IMAG History & Science Center

Offering over 60 interactive exhibits, there is fun to be had for the entire family as you explore science, technology, engineering, and math, as well as the history of southwest Florida.

Guests will enjoy live marine animals in the 'Sea to See' Tanks, a 3,200-gallon aquarium displaying a variety of fish, such as sharks, the Living Lab with turtles, ball python, frogs, bearded dragon, and more, the daily life.
Animal encounters, the chance to become a TV weather forecaster in the mini-studio, a walk through southwest Florida in the Hall of History, a 3-D movie, and much more.

During your trip to the science center, notice how your intellectual curiosity and discovery become heightened.

IMAG offers, between 1 and 6-hour fun for all ages to discover the wonders of science and history providing a large, open environment to explore over 60 hands-on exhibits where visitors will enjoy hours spent exploring. Feed a stingray in the 'Sea to See' Tanks, and visit the Living Lab to see turtles, snakes, frogs, a bearded dragon, prairie dogs and much more. Gaze at the tropical fish in the 3,200-gallon aquarium built by Animal Planet’s Tanked, which displays a replica of the USS Mohawk artificial reef. History exhibits span from the Ice Age to the early XIX century and guests can even visit the original fort of Fort Myers in a one-of-a-kind 3D Virtual Reality experience.