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Fort Walton Beach, FL

428 Mary Esther Cut Off NW Unit A,
Fort Walton Beach, FL
32548, United States
(850) 374-3769

Gulf Breeze, FL

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Emerald Coast Science Center in Fort Walton Beach Florida

Located in Fort Walton Beach, Florida, the Emerald Coast Science Center is a hands-on science discovery center. With over 45 exhibits and a large outdoor space, this science center offers something for the entire family. Its exhibits cover a variety of topics, from science to the arts. This center teaches kids about science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) with fun, educational exhibits, and programs. This center is a must-visit for families in Northwest Florida. It has provided families with educational programs and activities for over 30 years. There are many fun ways to learn at the Emerald Coast Science Center, such as summer camps and special programs for youth groups. There are also fun events such as Planetarium Nights and Discover Science Saturdays. Up next is Fort Walton Beach Skatepark

The Emerald Coast Science Center is located in Fort Walton Beach, Florida, a short distance from the beach. The center is in Fort Walton Landing Park, which has an excellent playground. There is also a small rock climbing wall that kids will love. The park is also a great location for picnics. It is open daily from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm. The museum also hosts special programs for children and adults. A fantastic read

The Emerald Coast Science Center is home to more than forty exotic animals. These animals include birds, reptiles, and insects. There are also several interactive exhibits for kids to learn about the science of animals. This center also has an indoor area with presentations that cover different topics, such as air, light, and sound. There is also a STEAM maker space that is ideal for children to learn to design and create their own projects.

The Emerald Coast Science Center also has a pop-up planetarium. This is a unique event that is held on select Saturdays. There are also traveling exhibits that are hosted at the center. The center also hosts programs and activities for kids and adults, such as birthday parties and summer camps. The center is a nonprofit organization that is committed to serving the community. It is a great place to learn about the science of animals and the wonders of nature.

The Emerald Coast Science Center has many programs that teach children about the science of animals, the history of science, and more. These programs include in-house field trips and special programs for youth groups. The center also has a special SMALLab Learning area, which is the third of its kind in the country. This area is a fun embodied learning environment that allows users to complete activities on a fifteen-foot by the fifteen-foot playing field. Guests can also take a tour of the center.

The Emerald Coast Science Center has more than 45 exhibits, each bringing scientific principles to life. These exhibits cover a variety of topics, such as the science of light, air, and temperature, and they also cover subjects such as sound and electricity. There are also collaborative spaces, an animal living center, and a STEAM maker space. The center also has several traveling exhibitions, so visitors can see what other scientists are doing.