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Let children learn about and explore the five sense in this hands-on, interactive museum. With 3 full floors of kid-powered exhibits, children learn all about music, art, science, math, history, and more. From reporting the news as a television anchor to learning about the human skeletal system, Explorations V is perfect for every curious and playful child. Details
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Located in bustling Orlando, Florida, Madame Tussauds Orlando offers a unique experience featuring a wide assortment of detailed and realistic wax figures of A-list celebrities from film, TV and pop culture. Guests can interact and take photos with wax replicas of stars, including Brad Pitt, Johnny Depp, Will Smith, Michael Jackson, Taylor Swift, Albert Einstein, Barack Obama, and more. Details
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Originally built in 1891 by Henry Flagler, the historic Old Jail in St. Augustine offers a unique guided tour that showcases some of the prisoners and practices that took place. Guests can walk through the men’s and women’s cells, look through an assortment of weapons and artifacts, and see where executions occurred. Guests of all ages are welcome and can even work together to try and escape. Details
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Five attractions, one pass! With the Tampa Bay CityPASS, you’ll receive discounted admission to the top five attractions in the area including Busch Gardens Tampa Bay, the Florida Aquarium, Tampa’s Lowry Park Zoo, Clearwater Marine Aquarium, and the Museum of Science & Industry or Chihuly Collection. The CityPASS is valid for 9 days after the first day of use, so you’ll have time for it all! Details
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Situated on Orange Street in St. Augustine, just minutes from the area’s top attractions, Potter’s Wax Museum offers a unique entertainment experience for guests of all ages to enjoy together. The museum—originally established in 1947—features a large assortment of wax figures of famous Hollywood celebrities, professional athletes, political figures, fictional characters and more. Details
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Located in historic St. Augustine, the Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park offers a 15-acre historical site of where St. Augustine came to be in the year 1565. Guests can enjoy seeing stars from the park’s planetarium, exploring the native Timucua village, watching an old cannon fire, visit the two-story Discovery Globe, take a walk through the waterfront outdoor park, and much more. Details
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A fully interactive factory adventure tour, Chocolate Kingdom offers an immersive experience that explores the making of chocolate from bean to bar. The Factory Adventure Tours let guests journey along with a handsome prince and his dragon through the Cacao Tree Greenhouse, the Mystical River of Chocolate, a fascinating chocolate museum and a micro chocolate factory that uses old-world machinery. Details
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The very first permanent Ripley’s attraction, Ripley’s Believe It or Not! St. Augustine offers a fascinating experience for guests of all ages. The attraction is located within a historic castle and features three floors with more than 800 bizarre exhibits and artifacts. Guests can find shrunken heads, a pirate made of scrap car parts, the largest operational erector-set Ferris wheel, and more. Details
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Featuring 600 exhibits and artifacts, 16 themed galleries, and one very upside-down building, this Orlando hotspot is ideal attraction for children and adults alike. Guests can explore the 10,000-square-foot Odditorium at their leisure to find a variety of strange items, including shrunken heads, an authentic vampire-killing kit, a shooting gallery, a spinning vortex and more, 365 days a year. Details
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Situated in scenic Port Canaveral, the iconic Exploration Tower is a breathtaking landmark that’s both entertaining and educational to experience. Featuring seven floors of interactive activities, the tower offers indoor and outdoor observation decks, 5,550 square feet of exhibit space, an auditorium, a gift store and more, guests can create unforgettable memories at this special attraction. Details
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$20.00
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Situated just steps from the Matanzas River, the Spanish Military Hospital Museum offers fully guided 40-minute regular and private tours that take guests back to the colonial Spanish days of medicine. Tours include staged surgical demonstrations, medicine creation from colonial herbs, and more. The museum is the only exclusive second Spanish period educational tour in St. Augustine. Details
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Situated on San Marco Avenue in historic St. Augustine, the Oldest Store Museum offers a unique experience seeing some of the most incredible items created at the turn of the 20th century. Visitors can watch actors portray clerks, snake oil salesmen and butchers while showing you items like a steam-drive tractor, a grain thresher, guns and ammunition, tonics and elixirs, and more. Details
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Located at Old St. Johns County Jail, the St. Augustine History Museum offers a display of historical artifacts and private collections from over 400 years of Florida history, including times of Native Americans, Spanish Galleons, pirates and the Revolutionary War. Guests can also enjoy exploring the sunken Spanish treasure room, a Florida Cracker trading post, a Timucan Indian Village and more. Details
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One of Orlando’s top-rated attractions, WonderWorks in Orlando, Florida, features thrills and excitement for all ages. Visitors will find action-packed entertainment, including a glow-in-the-dark indoor ropes course, an exciting backlit laser-tag arena, a 4-D XD motion theater, plus six incredible wonder zones that feature a variety of interactive exhibits and activities. Details
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The NASA facility supporting Launch Complex 39, the John F. Kennedy Space Center is the largest operational launch to date. Its visitor complex offers exhibits, displays, attractions and artifacts from past spaceflights, as well as information about the future of human and robotic missions. Visitors can witness a rocket launch in person, meet a veteran astronaut, and watch a 3-D IMAX® space film. Details
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This popular Orlando attraction is a true tribute to the world-renowned Titanic, featuring a full tour with realistic recreations of the ship’s most iconic features and spaces, such as the Grand Staircase, a First-Class Parlor Suite, the Verdana Cafe, and the Promenade Deck. Visitors can even see a real iceberg up close, as well as take on roles of actual passengers on the ship during the tour. Details
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Located just across from Flagler College and a few blocks from The Cathedral Basilica of St. Augustine, the Villa Zorayda Museum lets guests get an up-close view of the architectural work of art created in 1883 by Franklin Smith. The museum offers state-of-the-art self-guided audio tours that are available throughout the day, as well as special behind-the-scenes tours on select Tuesdays. Details
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Located in the historic Hotel Alcazar, just steps from Flagler College in downtown St. Augustine, the Lightner Museum offers an up-close look at antiquities and pieces from the American Gilded Age for guests of all ages. The museum’s three floors display elaborately decorated costumes, furnishings, musical instruments, and other signature artifacts from the 19th and 20th centuries. Details
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Ideal for the whole family to enjoy together, the Fort Menendez at Old Florida Museum offers a variety of activities and things to see that are both entertaining and educational. Visitors can enjoy this interactive experience with a helpful and knowledgeable guide along the way, discovering old weapons, tools, musical instruments and other artifacts from more than 450 years ago. Details
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With admission to three of Tampa’s top educational attractions, the Tampa Trio: Florida Aquarium, MOSI & Tampa's Lowry Park Zoo offers a family-friendly experience ideal for any age. Guests can explore the attractions in any order to find everything from a beautiful butterfly garden and a giraffe feeding area, to a state-of-the-art star projector dome and a penguin interaction pool. Details
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Presented by Skulls Unlimited International Inc., SKELETONS: Museum of Osteology offers a one-of-a-kind Orlando museum located at the I-Drive 360 complex. The museum is ideal for guests of all ages and features more than 40 exhibits with 400 real animal skeletons, which each have taken more than 500 hours to piece together and prepare for this unique attraction. Details
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