The Orlando Science Center will soon welcome guests to explore the science behind their favorite superheroes with their new “Hall of Heroes” exhibit.
Guests are invited to blur the lines between science and science fiction as they journey through several themed areas while learning about the origins of their favorite heroes and the ideals those heroes uphold.
Guests will get sorted into one of five disciplines that are the basis for all superpowers: “Powers of the Body,” “Powers of the Mind,” “Mastery,” “Gadgets,” and “The Elements.”
These powers will be determined by a series of interactive exhibits where guests will learn, explore and test their skills. A bomb defusing challenge, a balance test and a laser maze are among the fun activity stations.
Guests can also pose for pictures with movie props, replicas and rare artifacts from movies and television shows including a replica of the 1960’s Batmobile, an interactive Batcave and more.
The exhibit will also offer opportunities to learn more about the memorabilia as well as the history of all of these heroes.
The Hall of Heroes exhibit will debut at the Orlando Science Center May 26 and will stay through September 3. For tickets and more information, visit the Orlando Science Center’s official website.