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A com­plete guide of theme parks, at­trac­tions and mu­se­ums, like the Morse and the Or­lando Sci­ence Cen­ter.

Charles Hos­mer Morse Mu­seum of Amer­i­can Art

Cel­e­brat­ing its 75th an­niver­sary this sea­son, the mu­seum is of­fer­ing free ad­mis­sion for the en­tire month of Fe­bru­ary. The Morse fea­tures the world’s most-com­pre­hen­sive col­lec­tion by Louis Com­fort Tif­fany, in­clud­ing glass win­dows and lamps, blown glass, pot­tery, jew­elry and paint­ings. Rollins Col­lege alum­nus, Hugh McKean, had been a stu­dent of Tif­fany at his New York es­tate, Lau­rel­ton Hall, in 1930. Af­ter a fire at the es­tate, McKean and his wife, Jean­nette, sal­vaged much of the work and opened a mu­seum in Winter Park. Ar­chi­tec­tural el­e­ments from Lau­rel­ton Hall and the chapel from the World’s Fair in Chicago are al­ways on view as well as spe­cial ex­hibits for the an­niver­sary. www.morse­mu­

Or­lando Sci­ence Cen­ter

This in­ter­ac­tive mu­seum teaches while it en­ter­tains, fea­tur­ing the all-new Kids Town ex­hibit chock full of dy­namic ac­tiv­i­ties that en­cour­age chil­dren to in­vent, cre­ate, build and test their cu­rios­ity. Plus, there are in­door play ar­eas, live al­li­ga­tors, a di­nosaur ex­hibit and a CineDome with films and laser-light shows.

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