Tap into science fun! Craft beer connoisseurs 21+ are invited to hop(s) in for an evening of brews, food, and science while supporting a good cause!
Whether you’re a pilsner pourer, an IPA aficionado, or a cider sipper, join the Orlando Science Center outdoors in Loch Haven Park to sample over 150 brews from local breweries on Saturday, January 29 during Science on Tap!
Sip your way through interactive science demos, check out live music by the, challenge your friends to a game of cornhole or giant Jenga, and more! Don’t forget to take a break to enjoy a few of our favorite local food trucks offering some tasty treats available for purchase.
Science of Tap is all-new and Orlando Science Center’s first fundraising event in over two years. Proceeds will enable the Science Center to inspire science learning for life for everyone.
By attending Science on Tap, patrons support the creation of experiences that build important skills and illustrate the power of science to address real-world challenges. Various ticket packages are available with VIPs and Orlando Science Center members getting early entry.
Tickets ranges include…
- $90 for VIP access, which includes entry at 3 p.m., plus 2 tickets for any full pour of your choice and discounts on purchases from food trucks
- $50 for Orlando Science Center Member tickets with entry at 4 p.m.
- $60 for general admission with entry at 5 p.m.
- $30 tickets for designated drivers for those coming with a friend, but are not partaking of the delicious malt beverages.
For tickets and more information, including a list of participating breweries, please visit www.osc.org/science-on-tap.
Orlando Science Center’s mission is to inspire science learning for life. Located in Orlando, FL., interactive learning and discovery await within its hundreds of exhibits, programs, labs, films and live shows. The Science Center provides educational opportunities both within and outside its walls, both onsite and online. It strives to create lasting impacts on science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education and develop the next generation of creative innovators. Fully accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, it ranks as one of the most popular museum destinations in the region. For more information, please visit www.osc.org.Follow us for more updates: