Great place for children all ages. It was very entertaining for my 7 and 9 years old, as well as my 3 years old. Definitely a great way to spend the day with kids
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my boyfriend and I went here for the afternoon, it was super cool. Even though kind of for kids we still did all the activities and it was not too expensive which was nice. They also had a D-Day documentary playing in their omnimax theatre,...More
At Science World there is always something to do. Concepts of physics, chemistry, biology, and environmental science are explored through interactive exhibits and hands on learning. It's great for kids and grown-up kids-at-heart.
This a great place for youngsters especially quality time with parents or grand parents To make the best of it go on the web sight to plan your day to get in an imax film, the small theatre film and science shows. if you plan...More
I would definitely agree that this is more of a fun place for kids and although informative it isn't really for adults like museums. Our 11 year old loved the hands on bits and the animal section. I enjoyed the fire show. Spent a great...More
A highly interactive attraction with something to interest the most finicky of kids (I think). There are 3D movies for those who prefer the less interactive. Even for toddlers, there's lots to see and do. My 12-year old twins (who I thought would be bored...More
Although its scale is not large, there are many hands on activities for young children to experience. Too bad my teenager son found is boring. Hope they can include something for teenagers in the future.
We visited using our museum's reciprocal agreement. The staff were so nice. We loved how many activities were touchable. There were multiple areas that the kids could take their time and explore at their own pace. FYI, parking can be tricky. If possible take the...More