Sitting on four acres within Downtown Miami’s waterfront Museum Park, the 250,000-square-foot Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science is divided into four distinct buildings: the Aquarium, the Frost Planetarium, and the North and West Wings. This unique campus-like setting takes guests on a journey from the ocean to the Everglades, and from the human cell to outer space. It investigates life as we know it while exploring the process of science and innovation.

Frost Science is working toward LEED Gold certification, and data from the building’s leading-edge sustainability initiatives will be available to students and others involved in creating a better future for the planet. The museum completes a constellation of downtown cultural organizations in Miami’s Arts and Entertainment District, including the Pérez Art Museum Miami, the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, YoungArts and more.

The architectural design of the planetarium creates an interesting mix of curves and straight lines.

Architecture

A unique arrangement of four separate buildings, Frost Science’s design welcomes exploration and sparks connections.

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Large blue pumps operate in the interior of the museum.

Sustainability

A sustainable future informs the design and construction of Frost Science, including ongoing best practices and our efforts to share information with those innovating a better future.

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Colorful wires wrap around the structure housing the museum's circuit room.

Technology

Frost Science uses leading-edge technology to create vivid science learning experiences and run a more efficient building.

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Large pipes run along a concrete panel.

Engineering

From a 25-hour concrete pour to unique storm resiliency efforts, Frost Science functions as a case study in innovation and engineering achievements.

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