Orlando Science Center to hold ‘Night at the Museum’ event to benefit OneOrlando

By : Jeremy Williams
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The Orlando Science Center will be opening their doors for a rare weeknight event to benefit the OneOrlando fund July 19.

OSC’s “Night at the Museum” will open all four floors of exhibits including the giant and 3-D film screens, the Crosby Observatory for sky watching and Mindbender Mansion, the summer only interactive exhibit featuring brainteasers, challenges and puzzles.

“Like our entire community, our Orlando Science Center family has been deeply affected by these recent tragic events. We felt providing families and friends a time where they could come together to enjoy an evening of discovery while supporting this very special cause was the right thing to do,” said JoAnn Newman, President and CEO of Orlando Science Center, in a press release.

OSC will reduce the admission price to $15.95 for adults and $9.95 for children 3-11, all admission fees will be donated to One Orlando. Parking in the OSC garage will be free for the evening.

To purchase tickets online, please visit www.OSC.org/OneOrlandoNight or call 407-514-2000.

To donate directly to the OneOrlandoFund, please visit www.OneOrlando.org.

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