Visit Ripley's Believe It Or Not MuseumIf you are taking a trip to Florida, there are many museums and science centers in Orlando for you to enjoy. No matter what your interests, there will be something for you in Orlando.

Orlando Area Museums

Rated by many as the best museum in Orlando is the Orange County History Center. Here the growth of this area from ranching and farming to a bustling city is profiled with many exhibits including a pioneer home.

The Orlando Museum of Art showcases art from around the world. It has a huge collection of African art and an impressive collection titled Art from the Ancient Americas.

The Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art is known for its collection of works by Louis Comfort Tiffany. Included are lamps, paintings, jewelry, and art glass.

Train Land International has one of the biggest G-gauge layouts in the world. It includes 3000 feet of track and the landscaping has real fish in the rivers and Bigfoot in the mountains.

Science Centers in Orlando

The Orlando Science Center has something for all ages. There are experiments you can perform, planetarium shows, a severe weather center, and exhibits covering four floors.

Strange science can be seen at Ripley’s Believe It or Not. Some things are bizarre and some are hilarious, but all are interesting to see. Oddities include shrunken heads, a car made with matchsticks, and a calf with two heads.

The Museum of Arts and Sciences is affiliated with the Smithsonian Institution. Displays include a huge skeleton of a ground sloth, a vast collection of Coca Cola items, and a planetarium.

An interesting place for children is Dinosaur World. There is a huge outdoor exhibit with more than 150 dinosaurs to see and a place to dig for fossils.

The museums and science centers in Orlando have a variety of offerings including trains, art from Tiffany, and peculiar objects. Orlando really does have something for everyone.

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