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As the largest natural and cultural history museum on Florida's Gulf Coast, the South Florida Museum offers engaging exhibits as well as educational programs that interpret the scientific and cultural knowledge of Florida, the world and our...more
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Today, the weather was quite cool so we decided to visit the Museum. We thought we'd spend an hour or two but we easily spent three hours here and could've stayed longer! The museum itself is interesting with a full skeleton of a mastodon, a...More
I had a day with nothing to do, so I thought I would stop in and check it out. Sure glad I did. I had a great time. The museum was first class, but I had the most fun in the plantatarium. The shows were...More
This is not an aquarium. There is a Manatee rescue tank but that's the only water in the place. Disappointed, feeling ripped off and will certainly not reccomend this to people with children wanting to go to an aquarium.
I did not get to visit the planetarium. I have to justify my review. I grew up going on school field trips to the Museum of Natural History IN NYC. In my review I am comparing this Museum to the one in NY. I guess...More