IMAG History & Science Center

2000 Cranford Avenue, Fort Myers, FL 33916 - United States



IMAG History & Science Center is a hands-on science and aquarium museum in Fort Myers, Florida. Exhibits include Calusa culture, virtual reality exhibits on the history of Fort Myers as a military fort, live native and non-native small animals, aquariums and touch tanks, and interactive displays about science and scientific topics including weather and nanotechnology.


-Hall of History
-Living Lab
-“Sea to See” Touch Tank
-Sewing a Native Truth: Seminole Fashion and Culture
-B-26, The Last Airmen of World War II
-Virtual Fort Myers: The Past Meets the Present
-Virtual Fort Myers: The Battle of Fort Myers
-“Hurricane” 3D Movie
-“Return to the Lost World” 3D Movie


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