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Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science

Miami’s bay-hugging state-of-the-art innovation hub returns

Credit: World Red Eye
Credit: World Red Eye
Credit: Robin Hill

Miami’s Biscayne Bay-hugging Museum Park is the new home for this upmarket and innovative venture, the fruit of the hard work of entrepreneur Phillip Frost and his teacher wife Patricia. The emphasis at the venue is knowledge-sharing – delivered by 250,000 sq ft of space and the enticing trio of planetarium, aquarium and science museum.

The nucleus of the hub is the jaw-dropping 16-million-colour, surround-sound Frost Planetarium – among a finite number of such pioneering 3D installations in the world – projecting an immersive journey into unknown galactic frontiers beneath its 20-metre dome.

Visitors young and old will find layers of wonder in the three-level aquarium, inhabited by a diverse ecosystem replicating the South Florida habitat to teach visitors about marine biology; gaze at stingrays, Gulf Stream sharks, many-hued coral and more. Elsewhere delve deeper into medical science at MeLaβ or be enveloped by a physics-explaining laser show.

 

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Credit: Robin Hill

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