Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex brings learning home with Virtual Camp KSC, which will launch its first three-day session on July 28.[Read more…]
To help the parents who are juggling working from home, sheltering, and now teaching their children from home, Visit Orlando has compiled a list of more than 20 free online learning activities from the region’s travel partners to keep kids engaged and educated.[Read more…]
Hosts Jessie Reitz and Quinn Roseboom bring you this week’s theme park and attraction news. On this week’s episode of The Attractions Show:[Read more…]
Are you one of those people who always wants to know how things work? Do you find yourself looking at a roller coaster and wondering what makes it “go”? Disney recently went behind the scenes of Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster at Disney’s Hollywood Studios to see what it takes to run the iconic attraction.[Read more…]
The creativity and technology behind the magic of Pixar will be on display in the new exhibition, “The Science Behind Pixar,” opening at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science on Oct. 11.[Read more…]
Guests at New York’s American Museum of Natural History can get to know the king of the dinosaurs in a whole new way with T. rex: The Ultimate Predator, a brand new exhibit featuring the most scientifically accurate Tyranasaurus rex model ever created.
Central Florida’s STEM-based tech expo, Otronicon, is back at the Orlando Science Center starting Jan. 18 for four days of hands-on fun.
Maker Faire Orlando is back this November to celebrate family-friendly creations, DIY art, technology, crafts, music and more.
Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts announced two exciting shows set to go on sale this week: An Evening with Bill Nye, and Disney in Concert: Tim Burton’s Nightmare Before Christmas. [Read more…]