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The Orlando Science Center is a science museum and educational facility in Orlando, Florida. It aims to provide experience based opportunities when it comes to learning more about science and technology, so the promotion of the field could be better implemented.

Opened in 1960 as the Central Florida Museum, the Orlando Science Center originally functioned as an anthropology museum, presenting artifacts that are related to the state and the Caribbean Basin. The center became a hands-on science and technology center in the 1970s after a board decision. The Orlando Science Center now features 207,000 square feet of exhibit space. It presents several exhibits that tackle various topics and areas of interests.

The Orlando Science Center is open regularly on weekends from 10 am to 5 pm.
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