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Kennedy Space Center
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4.4(39K)

Discover the past, present, and future of humanity's voyage into space at the Kennedy Space Center in Orlando. With your Kennedy Space Center tickets, enjoy a host of benefits such as round trip transfers, VIP tours, combo experiences and more.

Madame Tussauds
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4.4(8.8K)

Meet celebrities at Madame Tussauds Orlando. Experience immersive and interactive displays.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the top 3 museums in Orlando?
  1. Madame Tussauds Orlando
  2. Ripley's Believe It Or Not!
  3. Orlando Science Center
Which is the most-visited museum in Orlando?

The Orlando Science Center is the most-visited museum in Orlando, attracting over 670,000 visitors annually.

Are there any art museums in Orlando?
  1. Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition
  2. Orlando Museum of Art
  3. The Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art
What are some must-see artifacts or exhibits in the museums of Orlando?
  1. “Nature Works” exhibit - Orlando Science Center
  2. Titanic’s Grand Staircase - Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition
  3. Georgia O'Keeffe’s “Datura And Pedernal” - Orlando Museum of Art
Are there any science museums in Orlando?
Are there any unique museums in Orlando?
  1. Orlando Fire Museum, Orlando | Fire Department
  2. Museum of Illusions | Science
  3. Modernism Museum Mount Dora | Modernist Art
  4. Central Florida Railroad Museum | Trains and Railways
  5. Rollins Museum of Art | Diverse Art
What are the top museums in Orlando for kids?
  1. Kennedy Space Center
  2. Central Florida Railroad Museum
  3. Skeletons: Museum of Osteology
  4. Chocolate Museum & Cafe
  5. Florida Children's Museum
How much do museum tickets usually cost in Orlando?

Kennedy Space Center tickets start at $80.25 while admission to Madame Tussauds costs between $30 - $50.

Are there any discounts on Orlando museum tickets for kids?

Yes, kids below 17 get discounted tickets to museums in Orlando. Meanwhile, toddlers and children below five get free access to certain museums, do check your tickets for the most accurate information.

Are there any free museums in Orlando?
  1. Orlando Museum of Art
  2. Mennello Museum of American Art
  3. Orange County Regional History Center
  4. Orlando Science Center
  5. Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens

    These museums are free on the first Monday of every month.
Are there any hidden gems or lesser-known museums in Orlando worth visiting?
  1. Art and History Museums - Maitland
  2. Cornell Fine Arts Museum
  3. Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art
  4. Museum of Military History
  5. Orange County Regional History Center
Is there an age limit for entering museums in Orlando?

No. Infants, children, teenagers, and senior citizens can enter and explore museums in Orlando. However, specific exhibits may be inappropriate for children.

Are museums in Orlando accessible to all?

Yes. Museums in Orlando are fit for all. Children and senior citizens can comfortably visit museums in the city, and every museum also has special provisions for individuals with mobility issues and other disabilities.

What facilities are available for visitors with special needs in Orlando Museums?
  • Complimentary wheelchairs
  • Wheelchair accessible restrooms
  • Elevators
  • Ramps
  • Assisted listening devices
  • Guide dogs
  • Information materials in Braille
Is there a dress code for museums in Orlando?

No, museums in Orlando do not have a particular dress code. Wear respectable clothing as museums represent formal institutions with significant history and culture.

Do museums in Orlando involve a lot of walking?

You'll typically need 3-4 hours to explore a museum, do expect a fair amount of walking between exhibits. Come prepared with shoes.

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