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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.
All reviews all ages hands on activities omnimax theatre interactive exhibits body works human body great for kids older kids white spot rainy day lots of fun year olds whole family few hours olympic village false creek movie
Went here not expecting too much but there was alot to see and do. Cool to see the pixar behind the scenes exhibit on how they make the movies but had to pay extra for that but we thought it was worth it.
My wife and I visited Science World with four of our grandchildren. We have done this many times before and the grandchildren are always very excited to be a part of the regular activities and changing displays. We also watched the panda bear movie in...More
We went when their flagship exhibition was the Pixar animations. This went into great details about how the characters were brought to life, with child activities on creating your own monster to the sound engineers describing how to resolve their issues in the movie, which...More
Visited in October 2018 for the first ever time while in Vancouver. If you take the skytrain from Burrard station, it's the 3rd stop so very quick. I bought the imax only ticket for $12. On groupon there is a special of 2 for $18...More
On a beautiful fall weekend Science World offered a fun outdoor / indoor experience that appealed to all ages in our group. Nap time in the outdoor play / nature area to a high energy indoor activity area for the toddlers in our group. Many...More
The museum is designed primarily for kids. Interactive learning and games are all kid friendly...however, as 4 adults, we felt the museum was not the best choice for our last couple of hours in Vancouver. Also, the price is pretty expensive, and the museum is...More
This is definitely one attraction where kids (including us older ones!!) are fascinated by the world around us, where they and can test, turn, squeeze, jump and fiddle with various contraption old and new. Various themes including information technology, physics, the human body, water, recycling...More
Totally disappointing. This is not an "omnimax" experience at all. It is a plain, mostly 2-dimensional photography and documentary with no special effect. There was no "wow" moment. It was a waste of money.
Restaurant dreadful but Science World is terrific. It’s great for three or four hours and even better if you take in a movie show in the amazing cinema but the restaurant is a disgrace. We visited twice. On both occasions we spent about half an...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.