Out of this World Discoveries at The Frost Museum
From the Frost Planetarium to the Gulf Stream Aquarium, visitors will be dazzled by Miami's hottest science museum. Overlooking the beautiful Biscayne Bay, The Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science spans four acres of land with four state-of-the-art buildings stretching across a 250,000 square-foot campus. Comprised of the North Wing and West Wings with six floors of interactive exhibitions dedicated to the evolution of flight, the ecosystem of the Everglades, and human biology, Frost is the only museum that has a planetarium and an aquarium all in one destination. The three-level aquarium contains multiple habitats, ecosystems, and subaquatic depths designed to represent South Florida. Watch the hammerhead sharks, devil rays and mahi-mahi glide through the current or pet a stingray at the giant touch tank. The Planetarium features a 250-seat auditorium powered by an 8K visual system using six 3D projectors. Enjoy a near 360-degree virtual experience inside the planetarium's 67-foot span as you tumble through space and stargaze. Head up to the rooftop's lunar terrace for real-life stargazing or the solar terrace for urban farming.