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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.
We took our grandson there and he never stopped interacting with the exhibits from the minute we got there to the minute we left and of course he cried as he did not want to go!!!
He is just turning 3 so he was into...More
The Science World offers great learning opportunities for all ages. Outside of the iconic dome is also a place of awesome photo opportunities for the skyline on the other side of Vancouver's skycrapers. There is also a great walking trail along the river banks.
I was there with my 8 year old Weeman...I swear I was pulling him around to go see everything. I appreciate the interactive challenges they’ve put throughout. There’s nothing like healthy competition when answering questions about anatomy!!
Interesting hand's on exhibits (many of which were meant for children) that even as an adult I wanted to play with. My bad that I didn't read the find print. Saw a great Omnimax movie about the Amazon.
This was a very high quality science exhibit for kids. The entertainment value was very high for many of the exhibits, and there were so many of them we didn't have time to get to all of them (we were there for 4-5 hours with...More
Great to see the Pixar exhibition. Shame you can't pay separately to do that, so have to pay to navigate the hundreds of excitable children in the main museum! Pleased the Pixar exhibition was timed and staggered, allowing for everyone to enjoy and appreciate each...More
I was fairly unenthusiastic about this at first as it was a lovely day to be outside but my son wanted to go so we did. I was so glad we did. The exhibits are amazing and totally interactive. We could have stayed for hours...More
Everybody loved it, the kids and us. We got to see the Pixar exhibition which was really interesting. Everything is made for children to understand how things work (or just to play, depending their ages). There are some quiet places as well and that's a...More
Yaletown has risen from the ashes of its rough-and-tumble industrial past into one of Vancouver's new chicest neighbourhoods. The place responsible for originating of the phrase 'skid row' might not call to mind independently-owned boutiques and terraced cafes, but having swallowed the waterfront lines of False Creek North, the resulting amalgamation transformed the area into an elegant,
stylish hotspot with a view. Its youthful vibe owes to the many young families and young professionals who live there, bolstering nightlife and restaurant variety along its cobbled streets. It is the flagship neighbourhood for modern revitalization, and the It-Spot for boutique hotels and modish eats.
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.
Depends on how much time you have Available. I was strapped for time and didn’t get to explore the whole place. There is lots to do and see. So 3-5 hrs is not unreasonable. There is also an outdoor play area.