The Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science is one of the busiest and most visited museums in Miami. It expands on over 250.000m2 and it is divided in 4 parts: Aquarium, the Frost Planetarium, the North and West Wings. It is located in Museum Park downtown since 2017. This tourist attraction is recommended for all ages, especially to children. It has 6 floors in total, the first 4 being exhibition floors, while the other two are office spaces. The museum’s staff is very hospitable.
Sail the ocean and peek into space. Reach the stars through a telescope. In addition to temporary exhibitions, there is a permanent exhibition dedicated to the biodiversity of South Florida, the physics of light, aviation, human body and mind. The Golf Stream Aquarium expands on 3 levels – it gives you a chance to get a closer look at the ocean, to see sharks, schools of fish, jellyfish, corals – it all makes the aquarium quite impressive. You will get familiar with sea animals and explore South Florida’s aquatic ecosystem.