Find yourself in the middle of the action with the upcoming “Hall of Heroes” exhibit, coming soon to the Orlando Science Center. Open from May 26 – Sept. 3, this exhibit will combine science and science fiction, as guests will learn about superheroes’ origins, discover the ideals they uphold, and push the boundaries of being truly heroic.
The journey begins in the “Identification Station,” where guests will learn about and be sorted into one of the five disciplines for all superpowers: “Powers of the Body,” “Powers of the Mind,” “Mastery,” “Gadgets,” and “The Elements.”
These powers are reflected throughout the exhibit as guests learn, explore and test their skills at various stations to find out which discipline is their best. Plus, guests will find replicas and artifacts from superhero films throughout the ages on display, including:
- Movie prop-quality photo ops, including an authentic 1966 Batmobile, built by George Barris
- Informative displays with props, costumes and more
- Challenging interactive displays, tests and more
The Hall of Heroes exhibit is included with general admission to the Orlando Science Center. Admission is free for members, $20.95 for adults, $18.95 for seniors and students, and $14.95 for youth ages 3-11.
To learn more about the summer 2018 exhibit, or to purchase tickets, visit OSC.org/Heroes.