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The Orlando Science Center-a dramatic five-floor facility-has more than 200,000 square feet of exhibits. Our facility holds up to 4,000 people, and our event space can be utilized in various ways to accommodate a combined or separate location for your event. Each level is constructed around a circular rotunda featuring several interactive science exhibits, and all are available for private functions.

With experienced coordinators on site, talented interns, our entire events team creates extraordinary celebrations that guests never forget. No matter how big or small, we have planning spectacular events down to a science.

Our coordinators and interns will be updating on our phenomenal events, including photos from the events and a narrative of the event execution process.

SunTrust Terrace @ Orlando Science Center

The dramatic Orlando skyline is the backdrop for events on the Sun Trust Terrace. Mingle above the twinkling lights of downtown Orlando and then socialize in style with cocktails alfresco. A stunning canopy of lights bathe events in a soft glow. Guests are dazzled with one of the largest outdoor spaces in the city.

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Care to add more whimsy to events? How about dining in the company of dinosaurs? The Dino Digs exhibit hall is a one-of-a-kind event space where guests can become paleontologists. Special events can take place amongst the ancient rulers of our planet – dinosaurs and prehistoric sea creatures. Giant replicas of dinosaur fossils surround dinner turned excavation site. Don’t forget to add the T-Rex and Triceratops to the RSVP list.

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An original exhibit on astronomy and earth science, Our Planet, Our Universe explores the strange, curious, and odd peculiarities of the universe and our place in it. Discover the dynamic forces and systems that shape our Earth, as well as other planets and discover the latest information about our solar system. New experiences include computer-based interactives and visuals, including images direct from the NASA/Hubble Space Telescope, and hands-on exhibits that explore some strange – and some familiar – phenomena.

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