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Frost Science Museum

Frost Science Lab Day (Choose Your Lab)

Join us for a day at Frost Museum at a group rate and add on a science lab and/or a trip to the planetarium.

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Frost Science Lab Day (Choose Your Lab)
Frost Science Lab Day (Choose Your Lab)

Time & Location

May 04, 2023, 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Frost Science Museum, 1101 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132, USA

About the Event

Join us for a day at Frost Museum at a group rate ($16/ticket) and add on a science lab and/or planetarium. Please purchase one admission ticker per person (including parents). You can add on a lab ($6) for each students and/or planetarium tickets ($3) to your order.

Lab Add-On Options (will be divided up to more options for K-2 and 9-12 if we have enough registrants):

+ Motion In The Ocean - GRADES K THROUGH 5TH –  10:30AM (Limited to 24) 

Students will gain a broader understanding of how ocean currents are a constantly moving, interconnected energy system powered by forces that play a key role on our planet. Drawing inspiration from a real-life serendipitous experiment with rubber ducky drifters, students will engage with a hands-on simulation model to observe how wind and landmasses affect movement for surface currents and plot data of paths taken as they monitor a drifter. They will then be introduced to how new technology can further aid science research by checking in on ocean drifters’ tracks as part of the Global Ocean Observing System and apply their new knowledge to predict future drifter tracks.

+Fluorescing Fish - GRADES 9TH THROUGH 12TH – 12:00PM  (Limited to 24)

Students will light up with curiosity as they explore the science of luminescence. Starting with an exploration of the properties of light and identifying examples of how luminescence exists in the natural world, students will then take a closer look at how fluorescence, a form of luminescence, is used as a scientific tool by exploring a real-world application in biology where genetically modified fluorescent fish are used to better understand genetics, including an illuminating introduction to Punnett Squares.

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Tickets

  • Museum Entry to Frost Museum

    Entry to Frost Museum from 10am - 6pm (Normally $32.95 Adults, $24.95 Kids) Under 3 FREE Students must have an adult chaperone

    From $16.00 to $19.00
    Sale ended
    • $16.00
    • $19.00
  • Museum Entry & K-2 Science Lab

    Participate in the K-2 level science lab. Crocogators Young biologists will sink their teeth into the world of some of the oldest animals on Earth: crocodiles, alligators, caimans and gharials! Students will go on a journey that follows the evolution of these remarkable reptiles while exploring their unique adaptations through engaging activities, including a special viewing of both crocodile and alligator skulls from our museum’s collection. Then, students will compare physical features of alli

    From $22.00 to $25.00
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    • $22.00
    • $25.00
  • Museum Entry & 3rd - 5th Lab

    Participate in the 3rd - 5th grade level science lab. Motion of the Ocean Students will gain a broader understanding of how ocean currents are a constantly moving, interconnected energy system powered by forces that play a key role on our planet. Drawing inspiration from a real-life serendipitous experiment with rubber ducky drifters, students will engage with a hands-on simulation model to observe how wind and landmasses affect movement for surface currents and plot data of paths taken as they

    $22.00
    Sale ended
  • Museum Entry & 6th-8th Lab

    Participate in the 6th-12th grade science lab. Fluorescing Fish Students will light up with curiosity as they explore the science of luminescence. Starting with an exploration of the properties of light and identifying examples of how luminescence exists in the natural world, students will then take a closer look at how fluorescence, a form of luminescence, is used as a scientific tool by exploring a real-world application in biology where genetically modified fluorescent fish are used to better

    From $22.00 to $25.00
    Sale ended
    • $22.00
    • $25.00
  • Museum Entry & 9th-12th Lab

    Participate in the 9th - 12th grade level science level. Water Quality Testing Students will dive into a water chemistry-based experiment by comparing and contrasting variables such as temperature, acidity, salinity and nutrient balance from sources such as freshwater, local bay water and even water from our own aquarium. As they gather results, students will make inferences on what they mean for an aquatic system, especially for aquatic creatures to live and thrive. As they conclude their lesso

    From $22.00 to $25.00
    Sale ended
    • $22.00
    • $25.00
  • K-2 Lab Only (Museum Members)

    Participate in the K-2 level science lab. Crocogators Young biologists will sink their teeth into the world of some of the oldest animals on Earth: crocodiles, alligators, caimans and gharials! Students will go on a journey that follows the evolution of these remarkable reptiles while exploring their unique adaptations through engaging activities, including a special viewing of both crocodile and alligator skulls from our museum’s collection. Then, students will compare physical features of alli

    From $6.00 to $9.00
    Sale ended
    • $6.00
    • $9.00
  • 3rd - 5th Lab (Museum Members)

    Participate in the 3rd - 5th grade level science lab. Motion of the Ocean Students will gain a broader understanding of how ocean currents are a constantly moving, interconnected energy system powered by forces that play a key role on our planet. Drawing inspiration from a real-life serendipitous experiment with rubber ducky drifters, students will engage with a hands-on simulation model to observe how wind and landmasses affect movement for surface currents and plot data of paths taken as they

    From $6.00 to $9.00
    Sale ended
    • $6.00
    • $9.00
  • 6-8th Lab (Museum Members)

    Participate in the 6th-12th grade science lab. Fluorescing Fish Students will light up with curiosity as they explore the science of luminescence. Starting with an exploration of the properties of light and identifying examples of how luminescence exists in the natural world, students will then take a closer look at how fluorescence, a form of luminescence, is used as a scientific tool by exploring a real-world application in biology where genetically modified fluorescent fish are used to better

    From $6.00 to $9.00
    Sale ended
    • $6.00
    • $9.00
  • 9-12th Lab (Museum Members)

    Participate in the 9th - 12th grade level science level. Water Quality Testing Students will dive into a water chemistry-based experiment by comparing and contrasting variables such as temperature, acidity, salinity and nutrient balance from sources such as freshwater, local bay water and even water from our own aquarium. As they gather results, students will make inferences on what they mean for an aquatic system, especially for aquatic creatures to live and thrive. As they conclude their lesso

    From $6.00 to $9.00
    Sale ended
    • $6.00
    • $9.00

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