A Teddy Bear Affair at Orlando Science Center

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Join Orlando Science Center for an un-BEAR-ably fun weekend of health education for kids. The first weekend in December, Nemours Children’s Health will be hosting a Teddy Bear clinic in Dr. Dare’s Lab to teach children about the importance of health and wellness and help familiarize them with the healthcare setting.

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Kids are encouraged to bring their Teddy Bears, or favorite stuffed animal to the science center and Medical Professionals from Nemours will be on hand to give their favorite stuffies a check-up to make sure they’re in tip-top shape.

This is a great event for kids, because it helps to educate them about the importance of health and wellness and it also helps them become more comfortable with visiting a medical professional, both inside and outside of a healthcare setting. If you forget to bring a stuffed animal with you, don’t worry; Teddy Bears will be provided for kids who didn’t bring “patients” to be examined,

Tickets not only include access to the Teddy Bear Affair, but you will also receive access to all four floors of exhibits, educational films, and live programming at the Science Center including Dinos in Lights and Hot Wheels™: Race to Win™! Hot Wheels Race to Win is a limited-time exhibition, presented locally by Nemours Children’s Health. It features over a dozen interactive pieces and provides a behind-the-scenes look at the thrilling world of racing and investigates the scientific process for designing super-fast cars. From choosing an aerodynamic design to securing the safety of your driver, you and your crew will work together to design, build, test, and play with some of the most iconic and nostalgic racecars on the planet!

COST:   There is no extra cost for the event. It is included in admission to the Orlando Science Center. Tickets for the Science Center are $24 for adults, $22 for seniors and students, and $18 for youth (ages 2 – 11). Tickets are available online at www.osc.org/tickets.

SCIENCE FOR ALL – General Admission Access Program: If you have an Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) or WIC card with a State-issued photo ID matching the name and state as the card, you qualify for a $3 admission per person for up to six individuals.


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