Big Spring Trip - Orlando Science Center

Orlando Science Center

Experience the ULTIMATE Overnight Camp-In Adventure!

Please sign up on-line, using this link: 

Each overnight program includes; exploration of the Orlando Science Center, an age-appropriate themed workshop, a large-format film, Crosby Observatory access, an Overnight Camp-In Participation Patch, dinner, breakfast and a cool place to sleep in the exhibit halls!

That's right, we will be camping out ... inside the museum!  Will you get to sleep under a T-Rex? Once the museum closes for the rest of the public, we get the whole place to ourselves

We did this a few years ago, and it was awesome.  

The museum was recently voted the "Best Museum for Both Little Kids and Big Kids" at the 2008 Parents' Picks Awards. It focuses on hands-on stuff that the kids can spend hours doing.  Your kids will not be bored or get told "hands off the exhibits" at all.

The cost is $50 for kids and $40 for adults.  Only kids 5 or older are allowed, and we will not be going to bed until 11:00 p.m., so this may not be one for really young ones.

Structured activities take place for several hours on Friday night (check-in is from 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm) and we have dinner provided for us.  The next day we have breakfast and a live show.  Then we have full access to the amazing museum for the rest of the day.

Please sign up on-line, using this link: That page will automatically deduct your popcorn credits from the cost of the trip for you and then send you to a Pay Pal page for check out.

Right now, we have 105 spots reserved for kids and adult, the average amount that signed up the last few years.  But this is such a great trip, we might have more demand. 

Please, please, please sign up and pay as soon as possible so that if we need additional spots, we can reserve them.

Trust me, your kids will love this trip and so will you.  We will have hours and hours of time to explore the museum, but you'll still never exhaust the fun, educational stuff to do.

Please sign up on-line, using this link: