Discover Sharks at the Frost Science Museum!

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Dive into the extraordinary world of these prehistoric and mysterious ocean predators.

Submerge yourself in the world of Sharks, a new blockbuster exhibition on view now at the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science in Downtown Miami. 

The bilingual interactive experience invites people of all ages into the underwater world of these amazing animals to explore their genetic diversity, territories, interactions, and significance to ocean ecosystems.   

Often misunderstood and misrepresented, sharks are awe-inspiring and fear-inducing creatures of the sea. They have been around for 450 million years—long before the dinosaurs—and have evolved into hundreds of species with different characteristics and adaptations. 

As you journey through the exhibition, you’ll go back in time to meet sharks’ ancient ancestors, see life-size shark models, and uncover their extraordinary adaptations with interactive displays! From seeing in 360 degrees through the eyes of a hammerhead to hands-on touchables including a megalodon jaw, and a specially designed ‘oceanarium’ that showcases the majesty of sharks swimming through the ocean, guests can fully immerse themselves in the Sharks experience. 

The exhibition also presents cultural stories from around the world and the very latest information on conservation, sharks’ impact on oceans, and efforts to protect them, including those in our own backyard in Florida. While at Frost Science don’t miss visiting the sharks in the museum’s aquarium and apply the knowledge you’ve uncovered while you observe these phenomenal fishes.

Sharks is an exhibition created by the Australian Museum and toured by Evergreen Exhibitions.

Sharks will be on view through Sunday, April 21, 2024, inside the Hsiao Family Special Exhibition Gallery on the first floor of the museum. Admission to Sharks is included with all museum admission tickets. Frost Science is open daily. For more information and to buy tickets, please visit