W5 refers to "who, what, where, when and why," and is the name of this latest museum to open in the city. Meant for ... More
W5 refers to "who, what, where, when and why," and is the name of this latest museum to open in the city. Meant for kids, this is the place to bring them on a rainy day. Have a go at playing a laser harp, building a robot, defying the lie detector or just try hanging out in the wind tunnel. You will find W5 inside the Odyssey , Belfast's millennium landmark project and the latest architectural addition to the spectacular waterfront skyline.
I took 8 children to W5, and they were kept busy from the moment we stepped foot inside, till the moment we left. In fact they would not leave the place, they could of stayed their all day if it was up to them.
They really had a lovely time, and so did I!
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