03/05/2012 04:59 pm ET Updated Mar 05, 2012

'Fly Through' Miami's New Patricia And Phillip Frost Museum Of Science (WATCH)

They had us at "sharks in a ceiling," but we've gotta admit: this fly through video of Miami Science Museum's upcoming new home might as well show cartoon birds circling our planetarium-loving heads.

Watch the virtual tour above travel through walls, defy gravity, and pull back for the glamour shots of the soon-to-be Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science in Bicentennial Park. Designed by Grimshaw Architects of London/New York, the 250,000-square-foot space also will feature multiple wings of exhibits, cafes, learning centers, and gardens, fountains and pools forming an oasis in the midst of urban density when it's completed in 2015

Oh, and did we mention sharks in a ceiling? If not: sharks in a ceiling. Click here for more details about the new building, or check out images below:



Inside The New Miami Science Museum