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Experiment and explore during nightLAB.

Join us for a night at the museum, exclusively for adults (21+). During nightLAB, you’ll expand your senses, engage with new sounds in the Frost Planetarium, and unleash your curiosity with hands-on science interactions. Connect with friends and get ready to enjoy science socially.

During the evening, guests can expect:

  • Access to museum exhibitions from 7:00 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
  • Special showings of the world-touring program Sounds of the Ocean in the Frost Planetarium (with reservation)
  • Guest DJ, Mike Sike set in the Power of Science Lounge
  • Mind-expanding activations with museum educators and local partners
  • Drinks and snacks for purchase at the Space Bar by Constellation Culinary Group

Frost Science Members are able to purchase up to four tickets at $15.00 per person regardless of membership level entitlements.

Onsite parking is available in the museum garage for $8 flat rate with validation. All cars must exit garage by 1:00 a.m. Member parking discount does not apply.

Share your favorite photos and moments with us on social media at @frostscience.

Sounds of the Ocean: an Embodied Sounds production

Sounds of the Ocean, an Embodied Sounds production, is an award-winning immersive experience that guides you on a mindful underwater odyssey. The experience connects human beings with the underwater world, through sound, music, visual art, and poetry. An official UN Ocean Decade Activity, Sounds of the Ocean has been featured in venues around the world since 2021 and now comes to Miami for the first time in the Frost Planetarium as a 25-minute full dome multisensory show.

The program guides you to a depth of 3000 feet beneath the ocean’s surface listening to recordings of ocean life from the deep waters of Monterey Bay Canyon just off the shores of Northern California. The experience integrates high-resolution footage of whales and dolphins, original music and visual art to fully transport you to the underwater world and welcome you back on land.

Please note: Frost Planetarium experiences may contain bright, flashing lights that may cause discomfort to those with light sensitivity or other pre-existing conditions.