Touch live sea life, engineer a creation, run through a rainstorm! Your admission package to the Imaginarium provides hours of fun and entertainment for the entire family through hands-on science exhibits. You will enjoy the Dino Discovery Dig Area, a hands-on experience at our marine touch tank with stingrays & more, exhibits displaying live fish, sharks, turtles, and iguanas, daily Animal Encounters with LIVE animals, the opportunity to become a TV weather forecaster in our mini-studio, the Sporty Science Arena, a virtual sports simulator, 3-D movie and so much more!
Tuesday – Saturday: 10:00am to 5:00pm
Sunday: Noon to 5:00pm
Admission Package – includes Animal Encounter Shows, "Sea-to-See" Touch Tank Experience, and over 60 hands-on exhibits.
Group admission is available and must be scheduled a minimum of 2 weeks in advance. To schedule a group trip click on group reservations
Adults (13-54): $12
Seniors (55+): $10
Students (with ID): $8
Children 2 & Under: FREE
Prices do not include tax.
2000 Cranford Ave.
Fort Myers, FL
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Sarah has been working at the Imaginarium since early 2010. Her academic background is in Ecology, but loves all aspects of science! At the Imaginarium you can find her teaching her homeschool students chemical reactions, giving engineering challenges to campers, or writing new programs for visitors!
Carrie has been with the Imaginarium since 2011. She has extensive experience and training with Animal Care and Handling. You can find her making sure all residents of the Imaginarium are well-fed and taken care of and you can also catch one of her Animal Encounters where she lets you touch live animals...even alligators!!
Carrie is an Animal Care Specialist and Educator by day and a tree hugging, Earth-saving super hero by night!
Tina has been with the Imaginarium since 2013.
Tanya has been with the Imaginarium since 2014.
Jordan has been with the Imaginarium since 2014.
Tom has been with the Imaginarium since 1997! His background is in mechanics, hydraulics, electronics, electrical, and woodworking. On a typical day at the Imaginarium you can find Tom behind the scenes working on a new exhibit, or fixing some of our old ones!