A $250 million, world-class science museum is set to open this fall in downtown Orlando.
The new science museum in Orlando, which will open in 2019, will feature a wide variety of exhibits including fossils, botanical gardens, the earliest known life on Earth, fossils of marine animals, ancient DNA, fossils from Florida’s Gulf Coast, and other interesting scientific discoveries.
It is also slated to offer a world-leading museum of artificial intelligence (AI) research.
The new science museums will be built by the renowned architecture firm Herzog & de Meuron.
They will feature large, glass-enclosed pavilions and an exhibit hall that will feature exhibits on the history and development of AI, along with a computer-generated sculpture show.
The museum will also host a number of lectures and presentations about the science and technology behind artificial intelligence.
The institute will also sponsor a number the arts, entertainment, and culture, including the annual Summer Festival.
The Science Museum is part of the Orlando Science Museum and is located in downtown Downtown Orlando.
It will be open to the public starting on November 12, 2019.