The Miami Science Museum is offering two-for-one admission on Saturday, April 20, for the Miami Eats festival.
The all-day family-friendly festival will explore the art and science of how Miami grows, cooks and enjoys food. It will include cooking demonstrations by celebrity chefs, including Giorgio Rapicavoli of Eating House Miami, a DIY hydroponics class, a tea ceremony fruit and veggie painting and a showing of the film “Fish Meat.” Visitors also will get a chance to make nitrogen ice cream.
Regular admission is $14.95 for adults ($12.70 for Miami-Dade County residents); and $10.95 for seniors (62-plus), children (ages 3 – 12), and students with an I.D. ($9.30 for children, students and seniors who are Miami-Dade County residents).
With this deal, you get two admissions for the price of one if you bring two non-perishable food items per person to be donated to Farm Share and Chapman Partnership. There is a limit of two free admissions per family.
The Miami Science Museum is at 3280 South Miami Avenue, Miami, FL 33129. Phone: 305-646-4200