Science World at TELUS World of Science
359 locals recommend ·
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BC's not-for-profit committed to science education and leadership.
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Great for families with kids. But adults will enjoy this place too! Take skytrain for worry free excursion as finding parking can be a hassle. Olympic Village is walking distance along walkway with water view and you can take water taxis to Yaletown, downtown and Granville Island.
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.
Great for families! Lots of live demonstrations/shows, interactive exhibits and displays.
Great places for those that want to learn about the human body, as well as other sciences that explore our nature.
Great place for all ages. Could spend 2 hours or 2 days. Especially great if you are looking for somewhere to take the children on a rainy day as there is plenty to do between exhibits.
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