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A New Year of Scientific Discovery Awaits
The game is afoot. Today we’re celebrating the traditional birthday of legendary detective Sherlock Holmes by announcing Frost Science’s upcoming special exhibition… Sherlock Holmes: The Exhibition! The interactive experience combines science with history and culture to bring to life the historic inspiration for author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s vibrant stories. So mark your calendars for May 16 to join us as we travel back in time. Can you crack the case?
2022 is going to be a big year at Frost Science as we approach the five-year anniversary of our Downtown Miami campus. Can’t wait until the summer for some science? Neither can we! Join us for an exciting line-up of events, including Laser Evenings and amazing educational programming for young scientists. Plus, there are only three months left to explore our special exhibitions, Skin: Living Armor, Evolving Identity, and X-Ray Vision: Fish Inside Out.
Here’s to a fantastic new year filled with scientific curiosity!
New Exhibition at Frost Science: Opening May 16!
Put your logic to the test. Footprints, splatter patterns, and the powers of observation mark the journey through Sherlock Holmes: The Exhibition, opening Monday, May 16. The exhibition features original manuscripts and period artifacts, investigative tools influenced and used by Sherlock Holmes, and interactive crime-solving opportunities. Be transported into Sherlock Holmes’ London to solve a crime in a world filled with innovation and experimentation.
Become a Member now and be the first to explore Sherlock Holmes: The Exhibition before it opens to the public.
The exhibition is brought to the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science as the result of a unique arts partnership between Exhibits Development Group (EDG); Geoffrey M. Curley + Associates; Conan Doyle Estate Ltd.; and the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry.
Upcoming Events at Frost Science
Fri, Jan 14 | Times Vary
Get ready to rock in the Frost Planetarium as we combine legendary music with spellbinding laser shows, including The Beatles, Pink Floyd, Davie Bowie, and Queen.
MUVE Volunteer Workday
Sat, Jan 22 | 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
Join the Frost Science Museum Volunteers for the Environment (MUVE) team to help remove nonnative vegetation and debris from Virginia Key North Point.
Mini-Camp: Science on the Move
Fri, Jan 21 | 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
From crazy contraptions to innovative engineering, children in grades Pre-K through 5th will learn exciting science experiments in this one-day mini-camp, taking place on a teacher planning day.
Afterschool at Frost Science: Fields of Engineering
Starts Tues, Feb 1 | 4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Students ages five to nine will learn the basics of engineering design before tackling real-world problems across different fields of engineering. Each afterschool session is four weeks long with lessons occurring on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Partner Highlight: SOBEWFF® – FEB 24 – 27, 2022
Don’t miss America’s favorite gourmet gathering on the sand! The Food Network & Cooking Channel South Beach Wine & Food Festival presented by Capital One celebrates turning 21 on February 24 – 27, 2022. The four-day destination event showcases the talents of the world’s most renowned chefs, culinary personalities, and wine and spirit producers. Experience the thrill of SOBEWFF® while supporting Florida International University’s Chaplin School of Hospitality & Tourism Management. To date, the Festival has raised more than $31.8 million in support of its mission to EAT. DRINK. EDUCATE. For more information about the line-up of events, go to SOBEWFF.ORG to get your tickets now.