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When you think of Miami, you can imagine a city full of beaches, lots of sun, hype and attractions like the ones you see in the movies that take place in Florida. What few know is that the city also offers several options for museums. And today we will talk about the Frost Science Museum, a very different tour that brings together sciences, aquarium and planetarium in a modern and super relaxed environment. It is a great experience for your kids in Miami. Adults will love it too, since it is one great museum in Miami!

The Frost Museum Miami: Have fun and learn at the same time

The Frost Museum in Miami is officially named Phillip and Patricia Frost Science Museum. It is a 23 thousand square meter complex with 6 floors, an investment of US $ 325 million dollars made jointly by private, public and philanthropic institutions.

The place attracts tourists from all over the world and Americans from all corners. A place that, who loves to travel, should set aside at least 3 hours to visit and learn. Hundreds of people visit the museum daily and the queues can be very long and tiring. Ensuring entry well in advance is paramount.

About Frost Museum Miami

Phillip and Patricia Frost Science Museum

Opened in 2017, the Frost Science Museum Miami draws attention for its futuristic architecture and for offering a vast knowledge about the planet, the sea, science in general and, of course, the viewpoints, which offer a privileged view of Miami. The exhibits spread over the six floors of the building show how a museum can be interactive and curious.

Each floor of the Frost Museum is dedicated to a different theme. Do you know that rule that here in Brazil is always valid when entering a museum: “Don’t touch, just look”? Well, in Frost this rule does not even apply as a joke. The possibility of touching, pushing, wetting, testing and experiencing the exhibitions besides being real is incredible and makes each visitor have a unique and eternal experience in the memory.

Attractions and things do do

Frost Museum Planetarium

The Planetarium
The Planetarium

As soon as you enter the Museum, the first open space for visitation is the Planetarium. It is one of the most advanced spaces in the United States, in terms of technology.

Consideren one of the most advanced spaces like it in the United States, Frost Planetarium takes you on visual joyrides that both thrill and educate. At the time it opened, only 13 places in the world had the same technology. The Frost Museum planetarium has a gigantic structure 3D-8K technology. Upon entering the room, 250 seats are arranged in a way that the visitor sees a projection system with 16 million colors. It is as if the visitor is traveling through space. The dome is tilted 23.5 degrees, allowing your field of view to be completely filled, as if you were flying – the images arrive from top to bottom, from bottom to top and from the sides. It’s incredible!

The Aquarium


Imagine a 3-story aquarium, countless marine species like sharks, colorful fish, jellyfish, rays and more. According to the organizers. The top level, called Royal Caribbean Vista level, is where you travel the amazing surface of habitats such as the Gulf Stream, Mangrove Forests and the Everglades. At the lower levels you dive dip for beautiful underwater views and interactive experiences.

The idea is to create an awareness of how important it is to preserve marine life, especially sharks, which are so important for the preservation of the planet.

It happens that, if sharks end up extinct, the smaller fish that are their food, in turn, will end up with underwater plants and these, in turn, will stop producing oxygen for the rest of the planet. Look at the size of the impact on the ecosystem!

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Exhibitions at Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science

Many of the rooms at the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science are interactive. There, it is possible to experience all the various experiences exposed. The visitor learns about the most diverse themes. Some examples of rooms are:

Feathers Of Star

This room is not that big, but it exhibits from dinosaur wings to spaceships. The goal is to show the public the evolution of flight, through physics, astronomy and space engineering.

River of Grass

This room shows one of the most fascinating ecosystems in the world, the Everglades, a swampy area that covers much of Florida, with birds of various species.


This is an interactive lab. In this laboratory, children and adults can have fun learning everything about the human body, healthier lifestyles, etc. It works like this: & nbsp; First, you must take a blank card and then go through the stations to do the tests and collect stamps. You must create a virtual character, which at the end, will give you tips to have more quality of life.

The Terrace at Third Floor

The terrace is on the 3rd floor of Frost, located at the top of the Aquarium, where it is also possible to glimpse numerous smaller aquariums. It is also possible to meet an enormous amount of animals and some very curious experiences, all outdoors and well ventilated, which is a wonderful idea, especially in the summer.

For those who want an even bigger panorama, on the top floor, you can enjoy a spectacular 360º view of the city. With the observer, you can see the most distant points in Miami.

Frost Museum Garden

A beautiful garden awaits visitors at the bottom of the Science Museum, full of benches, palm trees and great cuisine served by food trucks. You can take a nice break on the walk, recover your energy, date on the benches and continue visiting.


Make sure your camera’s battery is charged, and take backup batteries in addition to many memory cards – believe me, you’ll take thousands of photos.

If you don’t want to consume any food at Frost, you can take some ready-made snacks. On the 5th floor, there is a picnic area.

Frost Museum Tickets

An all-in-one-ticket that includes museum exhibitions, aquarium, live science demonstrations and one Frost Planetarium show. Ticket good for admission only on date indicated.

Adults:$29.95 $27.95 online*
Youth (ages 3-11):$20.95 $18.95 online*
Children (2 and under):Free

A membership is the best way to explore Frost Science with free admission year-round, numerous member benefits and a diverse array of members-only programs, events and previews. Not a member? Join here.

Individual PLUS:$109
Family PLUS:$229
Family PLUS Premier:$279
Young Patron:$159 I $249

Extra admission to the planetarium is not possible in advance, because it depends on the day’s exposure. However, tickets are charged a part and always costs $ 7 dollars. For those who are tourists, it is possible to present the tourist pass at the Client Center, outside the normal queue at the ticket office, and then withdraw the ticket and check the available times for exhibitions.

Frost Museum Hours

We’re open every day of the year.

Monday9:30 am – 6:00 pm
Tuesday9:30 am – 6:00 pm
Wednesday9:30 am – 6:00 pm
Thursday9:30 am – 6:00 pm
Friday9:30 am – 6:00 pm
Saturday9:30 am – 6:00 pm
Sunday9:30 am – 6:00 pm

Frost Museum Address

This is one of the great advantages that the place offers. You can take the subway and get off at a station right in front of Frost. For those staying at Brickell or Downtown Miami, the Subway is the best alternative.

For those who want to go by car, the Frost Museum has a parking on the lower floor, which costs an average of US $ 8 per hour.

Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science
1101 Biscayne Blvd
Miami, FL 33132

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