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  • Orlando Science CenterOrlando Science Center Orlando, Florida
    The Orlando Science Center is a nonprofit museum located in downtown Orlando, Florida, and accredited by the AAM and a member of the ASTC. It is open all year long, since weather is no problem, but closes on Wednesdays and Easter, Christmas eve and day and Thanksgiving Day. It was opened to inspire science education for life, and brings marvelous venues to the city. The center was opened in 1960, as the Central Florida Museum, in Loch Haven Park, and for the first ten years was an anthropology museum with numerous collections of relics that pertain to the state and the Caribbean basin. In the early 1970s, the board of directors decided to change the museum's direction and made it a hands-on science and technology center, changing itself in 1973, and being renamed in honor of one of its famous sons and astronaut, John Young.

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  • Orlando Museum of ArtOrlando Museum of Art Orlando, Florida
    The Orlando Museum of Art is located in downtown Orlando, Florida and contains local, regional, national and international works of art. Their collections contain a diverse retrospective of a large spectrum of subjects that have used various mediums to showcase them. It was started in 1924 and is a nonprofit that reflects the ongoing growth of the city and state with continued support for its very diverse community; as the leader in this cultural region. Since its early beginnings, the museum has strived to enrich the lives of the area's residents, devoting itself to the procurement, saving and interpretation of said relics and artworks. Each year, there are almost a dozen exhibitions on its premises and off site venues, with excellent educational programs, teacher in-service training programs, video shows, lectures, luncheons and more to engage the public and keep them involved in the ongoing enrichment of the museum.

January 11, 2011