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Science World at TELUS World of Science ignites the imagination with hands-on interactive exhibits, jaw-dropping live science shows, and the giant-screen OMNIMAX(R) Theatre. Fun for all ages, Science World is sure to jumpstart your imagination.
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We arrived just after opening and were easily able to spend the day. From the IMax, to the hands on experiments for the kids, to the stage demonstrations both the kids (6 & 3) as well as my wife and I really enjoyed this experience.
We decided to visit Science World as we were traveling with young children and teens. Although some of the kids in our group initially complained about visiting the museum, they had the MOST fun! There are so many interactive exhibits and so much information that...More
My 4 year old grandson and I had a "Grandma Day" at Science World today. We spent over 4 hours there and I had to drag him out. He loved all the hands-on exhibits! We took in the "Volcanoes: Fires of Creation" Omni show, which...More
If you have kids this is the right place to go. The science world has brought a lot of science experiences. children are excited with the experiences. it is very interesting place for adult as well... if you live in Vancouver I will suggest to...More
We love science world but as some reviewers said, it might be more interesting for kids instead of adults.
Their indoor playground is excellent. My son and his friends can spend hours here. Love their hourly shows too. Endless entertainment for children. If you’ll be...More
We really had no idea what we were in store for when we visited the Science Centre recently. We thought we would take in an IMAX film, which we did, but we had no idea how elaborate and how ingenious the Science Centre is at...More
Science World is great for kids, there are so many hands-on activities for all levels. It's great for adults too - Science World holds some great events for adults only, so you don't have to share the space or feel guilty for playing. I'm a...More
Spent a cold afternoon at Science World with our two kids. We paid $1 for a locker to hold all our winter coats which was handy. We all enjoyed all the hands on activities, shows and films. While it was close to $90 for a...More
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I would go see both. The Vancouver BC one was recently upgraded and there are tons of hands on things to do as well as demonstrations of scientific principles. It’s a great place to take inquisitive kids and their folks... More
I would go see both. The Vancouver BC one was recently upgraded and there are tons of hands on things to do as well as demonstrations of scientific principles. It’s a great place to take inquisitive kids and their folks.
I was last at the Seattle science centre in 1984 at their exhibition of Chinese Arts & Science and it was truly amazing. Paper, silk, weaving, earthquake predictors, lions and tigers and bears, oh my. See both places.