An Orlando company that has had a hand in creating high-profile consumer attractions in Central Florida has partnered with the cable giant PBS and, as part of it, will build themed, immersive sites at several locations for the network.

Falcon’s Creative Group announced the partnership in Orlando last week during the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions convention.

Details of the partnership were scarce, as specific projects and their locations have not been revealed.

However, images released with the news show science-themed locations with families walking alongside oversized science tools like microscopes and beakers, a film-themed area and forest-like areas with tree forts and suspended walking bridges.

The idea is to create immersive areas that can be educational for families, officials from PBS and Falcon’s Creative Group said in a news release.

“As the global demand for new location-based experiences increases, we see a rare opportunity to develop unique, enriching entertainment,” Chief Creative Officer Cecil D. Magpuri said in the release.

Falcon’s Creative Group A science-based area will be part of a new facility that PBS and Orlando’s Falcon’s Creative Group will partner on. A science-based area will be part of a new facility that PBS and

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