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UPCOMING EVENTS:

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Homeschool Adventure Day: Animal Diets

Join us for Homeschool Adventure Day as we learn to investigate animal teeth and what they can tell us about what animals eat!

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Forensic Brunch

Grab your friends and become honorary detectives! This Forensics event includes a light brunch.

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Forensic Night

Investigate human skulls from real criminal cases using the same skills and tools that law enforcement, doctors and anthropologists use to examine and identify human skeletons.

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500 REAL Skeletons!

Located at Orlando's ICON Park

 

Skulls Unlimited International Inc. is excited to announce its latest venture; SKELETONS: Museum of Osteology! Orlando's NEWEST science museum and America's ONLY skeleton museum. Located at ICON Park, SKELETONS has over 40 exhibits featuring 500 REAL animal skeletons in never-before-seen poses and dioramas that give visitors a whole new appreciation for the animal kingdom.

LEARN MORE about SKELETONS: Museum of Osteology!

  • What skeletons will I see?

  • How do you clean the skeletons?

  • What will I do at the museum?

There is a lot to do and see at SKELETONS: Museum of Osteology! Check out the link above to learn more about the museum and prepare for your first visit.


Check out our online reviews!


TripAdvisor:
"So glad we found this place! [...] This place was actually the highlight of my wife's trip to Orlando. The staff were awesome, very helpful and knowledgeable. I highly recommend purchasing the owl pellets for $5."

Google:
"Super educational and staff was very upbeat and excited and knowledgeable. One of Orlando's best hidden attractions. I would definitely visit again."

Facebook:

"This is seriously one of the greatest local museums I've been too! It's got a wonderful assortment of animals with a fun, educational, and eclectic feeling. The entire staff was so helpful and very kind, and their scavenger hunts were a great way to get us looking closer at specific museum pieces and learning cool facts."