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May 17, 2018

New Summer Exhibit “Hall of Heroes” Coming Soon to Orlando Science Center


Immerse yourself in the world of heroes, crime-fighters and gadgets in this super summer exhibit!

Open May 26, 2018 through September 3, 2018 
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

ORLANDO, Fla. (May 15, 2018) — Unmask your superpowers! You’ll find yourself in the midst of the action in with several different themed environments and surprises around every corner in Hall of Heroes, Orlando Science Center’s summer 2018 exhibit. Visitors of all ages will love the combination of science and science fiction as they discover their own super strengths.

Learn about superheroes’ origins, discover the ideals that heroes uphold, and push boundaries to see what it truly means to be heroic! Starting your journey in the “Identification Station,” you will learn about and get sorted into one of the five disciplines that are the basis for all superpowers: “Powers of the Body,” “Powers of the Mind,” “Mastery,” “Gadgets,” and “The Elements.”



These powers are reflected throughout the interactive exhibit where you can explore, learn and test your skills at various stations to find out which discipline of superhero you excel in! Guests can discover and test their skills at interactive stations to find out what disciplines are their strengths.

Plus, see replicas and artifacts from superhero films throughout the ages, such as:

  • Movie prop-quality photo opportunities, including an authentic George Barris-built 1966 Batmobile
  • Intriguing, informative displays with props, costumes and more
  • Custom set pieces & innovative building
  • Challenging, highly engaging interactive displays, tests & so much more!

Hall of Heroes was created by Stage Nine Design and is distributed by Exhibits Development Group.

Hall of Heroes is included with general admission to Orlando Science Center is free for members, $20.95 for adults, $18.95 for seniors and students, and $14.95 for youth (ages 3 – 11).

For more information, call (407) 514-2000 or visit https://www.osc.org/heroes