The Orlando Science Center premieres a highly charged new show that sparks the imagination of guests young and old while it educates about the electron. High Voltage!examines the principles of electricity and explores some of the early pioneers that helped advance technologies that we use today.
Demonstrations include a new piece – a Singing Tesla Coil – and a refurbished eight foot tall Van de Graaff generator. Watch the sparks fly during hair-raising audience participation.
During High Voltage!, audiences will experience electrifying live demonstrations while discovering fun facts about voltage and current, static electricity, AC and DC and much more.
High Voltage! premieres this Friday, July 29, and happens every Friday at 6:15 p.m. until August 19, 2011. Doors open 10 minutes prior to showtime. All seating is first come first serve.
Tickets to High Voltage! also include admission to one laser light show and access to the new exhibit,GUITAR: The Instrument that Rocked the World, plus star-gazing in the Cosby Observatory. Please note that the Orlando Science Center is open until 10 p.m. on Friday and Saturday nights until August 19.
Visit the Orlando Science Center at 777 East Princeton Street, Orlando, FL 32803. Call them: 407-514-2000. Or visit OSC on the web www.osc.org