Entertainment Editor


Night life is getting down and nerdy this weekend at Orlando Science Center.

This is your last chance to explore Science After Sundown. The events that have been held every Friday and Saturday nights since July 6, will come to an end Saturday, Aug. 11.

Science After Sundown guests can experience science fun and discovery with fewer crowds than the daytime, plus a few added surprises. Explore all four floors of hands-on exhibits, catch a laser light show in the Dr. Phillips CineDome, enjoy stellar views of the night sky in the observatory (weather permitting; starting at 7 p.m.) and practice new skills or create something to take home in “The Hive: A Makerspace Presented by The Isaacs Family.”

Guests are also invited to unmask their inner superhero in the summer traveling exhibit, Hall of Heroes— a place for guests of all ages to immerse themselves in a world of heroes, crime-fighters and gadgets, and test their skills through interactive stations. *Note: Hall of Heroes runs through Monday, Sept. 3. Don’t forget to use “#OSChero” on your social media posts throughout your visit.

So, come late and stay even later, as Orlando Science Center’s Science After Sundown is open Friday and Saturday nights until 11 p.m.

Admission to Science After Sundown is included with general admission to Orlando Science Center, which is free for members, $20.95 for adults, $18.95 for seniors and students, and $14.95 for youth (ages 3-11).

For more information about Orlando Science Center’s Science After Sundown events, visit http://www.osc.org/sundown/.