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Hurricanes Exhibit at Miami Science Museum

Hurricanes Exhibit at Miami Science MuseumSaturday, November 24, 10am-6pm – Miami Science Museum, 3280 South Miami Avenue, Miami

Miami Science Museum, in collaboration with F.I.U. and State Farm®, will debut its Hurricanes exhibit, along with many exciting activities that are part of it. Climb inside a full-scale P-3 hurricane hunter aircraft and experience what it’s like for pilots to fly through a swirling storm; Test your skills against an impending disaster with the exhibit’s Hurricane Preparedness game; Design, build and test a model house against hurricane-force winds. The exhibit will also include a 20-foot-long display case featuring artifacts from Hurricane Andrew, which made landfall in South Florida in 1992. Admission to the Hurricanes exhibit is included with regular museum admission – free for MiaSci members and children under 3, $10.95 for students, seniors and children 3 – 12, and $14.95 for adults. Parking is free.