ORLANDO, Fla. — The Orlando Science Center is offering vaccinations this Saturday with a little incentive.
Health officials will be at the Orlando Science Center from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday giving first shots, second shots and boosters for anyone eligible, including children 5-11.
Those who get the vaccine will receive a complimentary ticket for general admission. It can be redeemed either that day or at a later visit.
Throughout the day, the Science Center will also host presentations on COVID-19 vaccines and how mRNA vaccines are developing. There will also be hands-on challenges for guests to participate in.
The vaccines will be available on a first-come, first-serve basis to both the general public and guests visiting the Science Center that day.
“Science matters now more than ever. This past year, we’ve all seen firsthand the important role science plays in our collective health and safety,” the science center said in a news release.
The Science Center features four floors of exhibits, movies and experiences. The holiday show Dinos in Lights and traveling exhibit “Design Zone is also part of admission.