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Updated: 12/10/2013 01:07:05PM

Imaginarium offers full day of fun

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Natalie and Victor Fritsch, of Deep Creek, get a close look at a spotted gecko at the Imaginarium Science Center in Fort Myers.

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The Imaginarium Science Center is located off Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard in Fort Myers.

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Victor Fritsch, 10, sticks his head inside an alligator's mouth at Imaginarium in Fort Myers.

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Natalie Fritsch, 8, plugs her ears during the loud Hurricane Experience, which blows 45 mph winds.

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Victor Fritsch, of Deep Creek, watches a ball dance along the ceiling during the Hurricane Experience.

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Natalie Fritsch digs for dinosaur bones.

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Natalie and Victor Fritsch get an up-close look at a starfish.

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Imagine upper campus principal Steven Black rides the mechanical bull at the school carnival on Saturday. Black promised his students he would tackle the ride.

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Victor Fritsch tries to keep the ball moving in a straight line by avoiding any obstacles.

Live like a tourist

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We watched a 3D movie, met some critters, built roller coasters, played sports, found dinosaur bones and experienced a hurricane (sort of).

That’s a lot of fun for less than $10 per child.

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