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The Patricia and Philip Frost Museum of Science, located on three acres of the historic Vizcaya complex in Coconut Grove will close its doors at the end of this month.

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It won’t stay closed for long, however.

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The museum will reopen next year, at a new 300 million dollar state-of-the-art facility in Downtown Miami’s Museum Park.

In between now and then, the Frost Museum might be out of sight, but it won’t be out of mind.

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We focus on the museum’s community involvement during this time of transition and look ahead to its amazing new location.