A swarm of insects invades the Springs Preserve at our newest traveling exhibit--CSI: Crime Scene Insects!
CSI invites visitors of all ages to put their "critter" crime-solving skills to work as they investigate forensic entomology--the use of insects to help solve crimes.
This wildly popular exhibit has broken attendance records at many host venues--including the Miami Science Museum, Museum of the Rockies and the New York Hall of Science. Innovatively designed and built using green materials, CSI fascinates visitors of all ages and is aligned with national science education standards.
CSI: Crime Scene Insects is produced by Exhibit IQ in cooperation with the hit TV series. The exhibit is made possible in part by support from Bayer Environmental Science.
This exhibit includes graphic depictions of crime scenes and human cadavers. It is suggested that parents and guardians consider the content before taking children into the exhibit. Also be aware that a strobe light is used.
The Springs Preserve Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization committed to supporting programs, projects and events at the Springs Preserve.
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Open daily Feb. 3 to May 12, 2013
10:00 a.m. - 06:00 p.m.
Free for members or included with paid general admission.
No reservations required.