Tampa, Florida – Tampa’s Museum of Science & Industry (MOSI) leaps into summer with its new Discovery Passport ticket deal, guaranteeing cool fun all summer long for one low price and debuting on Saturday, July 2.
Starting July 2, 2016, guests who purchase regularly priced MOSI general admission will get a new Discovery Passport, giving them free unlimited admission to MOSI through the end of 2016. Guests can buy a Discovery Passport right now at MOSI.ORG to use when they visit on July 2 or later.
For one low price, experience immersive films in the Florida Hospital IMAX® DOME Theatre, see the stars in the Saunders Planetarium, ride in the only driverless car open to the public in the U.S., and have a blast with MOSI’s 450 hands-on exhibits over and over again.
Because a ticket bought in the summer now lasts into the winter, MOSI is throwing a Polar Beach Party to kick off the new discount. On the first two weekends in July, enjoy an air-conditioned beach inside MOSI! Bound around in bounce houses, lounge on a simulated shoreline, and play in a flurry of real falling snow. The Polar Beach Party is included with admission and runs July 2-4 and July 9-10.
“If you’ve been thinking about coming to MOSI, now’s the time!” MOSI President & CEO Molly Demeulenaere said. “We have a huge worldwide experience planned for this summer that we’ll be announcing soon, an incredible new multi-million-dollar exhibit opening this fall, and an amazing new IMAX® movie coming later this year. All of it is included with your new Discovery Passport. Just pay for a day and the rest of the year is free!”
Guests also save money on a full MOSI membership this summer! With MOSI’s IMAX® Summer Special, starting July 2, guests get up to $31 off the price of a full one-year Explorer membership, which includes unlimited MOSI admission and unlimited standard films in the Florida Hospital IMAX® DOME Theatre for twelve months.
A full MOSI membership also features other benefits not available with the new Discovery Passport, including free parking, discounts, special member-only events, and free or discounted admission to more than 20 local attractions and hundreds of children’s museums and science centers worldwide.
The new “pay for a day, rest of year free” discount deal is available for the normal full ticket price of $26.95 for adults, $25.95 for seniors (60+), and $20.95 for children (3-12). No other discounts will apply. The Discovery Passport is not valid for free admission on Sept. 3-5, Nov. 24-27, and Dec. 26-31. The Discovery Passport is different from a MOSI membership and does not offer any of MOSI’s member benefits; guests should visit the MOSI ticket office or MOSI.ORG for more details.
For a limited time, the Explorer full MOSI membership is $99 for a Dual membership (regularly $125), $149 for a Party of 5 membership (regularly $180), and $199 for a Party of 8 (regularly $210). Current MOSI members can renew their memberships during the IMAX® Summer Special to have twelve months of Explorer membership (formerly called “PLUS IMAX®” membership) added onto the end of their current membership period at the discounted rate.
For more information on the Discovery Passport, visit MOSI.ORG.
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MOSI, the Museum of Science & Industry, is Tampa Bay’s community-supported science center. At MOSI, people of all ages (this means you!) can see and do amazing things every day. Ride in the only driverless car open to the public in North America, witness the future in 3D Printing: The Exhibition, experience an immersive film in the Florida Hospital IMAX® DOME Theatre, see the stars in the Saunders Planetarium, have a blast in our Kids In Charge children’s science center, wonder at nature in our BioWorks Butterfly Garden, and defy gravity on our Sky Trail® Ropes Course and Zip Line. MOSI (we pronounce it MOH’-zee) is the largest science center in the Southeast, and a not-for-profit magnet for innovation in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) education where we make a difference in people’s lives by making science real for people of all ages and backgrounds. For more information about MOSI, visit MOSI.ORG.