- Speedy and easy booking process
- Low price best guarantee
- Fully transparent pricing
Questions about this item?
- Ask a question about this item
- Email the item to a friend
This attraction is filled with over 400 different animal skeletons. These skeletons will include a rhino, giraffe, manatee, primates, birds, marine life, reptiles and a massive 14ft elephant!
One section will be devoted to uniquely Floridian animals; another will have a farm animal display. There will be a small selection of human skeletons and one with natural mutations, like a two-headed calf skeleton. The 7,700 square foot attraction should take 60-90 minutes for people to see the entire collection. A retail shop with unique gifts is part of the attraction.
This is the second Museum of Osteology (the study of bones) in the world. The first opened in Oklahoma City in 2010. Both locations are part of Skulls Unlimited Incorporated, owned and operated by the Villemarette Family of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Company president, Jay Villemarette, Sr began collecting skulls as a youth and grew his hobby into a successful, worldwide catalog/website business. Villemarette and his family do the work to transform donated animal carcasses into skeletons.
“We wanted to show that there is beauty in the science of osteology. Beauty is more than skin deep,” said Villemarette, Sr.
Skeletons is located at ICON Park next to a few other attractions that make for a great day when combined
Bring your camera as you will want to take photos!
Admission to SKELETONS: Museum of Osteology
No food or drink included in ticket. Small snacks and souvenirs available in discovery store. All animals exhibited are extant, meaning still living, so there are no dinosaurs. The museum is a great way for visitors to understand the framework of life.
The facility is open Sunday through Thursday from 10am to 10pm and on Friday and Saturday 10pm to 11pm.
Explore and tour at your leisure. The average guest views the experience in approximately 60 - 90 minutes.
Have fun and enjoy Skeletons!