Fondly known as the golf ball because of the glittery geodesic dome that sits atop it, this science center is a former Expo ... More
Science World at TELUS World of Science
Fondly known as the golf ball because of the glittery geodesic dome that sits atop it, this science center is a former Expo '86 pavilion. Today, it is a top family destination, offering educational, entertaining and interactive exhibits. Three main galleries explore the areas of biology, physics and music. The OMNIMAX Theater features science and nature films on one of the world's largest dome screens.
Reviews for Science World at TELUS World of Science: 8
We love this place!
By A Yahoo Contributor, 2/9/08
I LOVE IT BECAUSE IT IS FULL OF WELCOMING PEOPLE WHO ARE VERY POLITE!~!!!!!!! WOO! THERE IS ALOT TO LEARN WITHIN THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE. CAN'T WAIT TO GO BACK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
We Went here on my class trip, and it was sooooo wonderful! Our teachers let us go whereever we wanted, so me and my freinds saw a variety of great exhibits. And averyone was o nice there. It seemed that they actually liked a whole bunch of 6th graders running around! I had a great time there and I hope to go back!
love it there it was better than the one in winnipeg
By A Yahoo Contributor, 4/7/07
it was interesting and there was nothing bad about it. it was excellent and my class loved we all had fun! my partnerr and i thought that it was very intesting when we had to do a little write up on your science world. we hope to ome and visit again soon!
I LIKE THE LEGO ECHENT EGYPTION EXIPIT AND I LIKE THE FLOOTIN BEACH BALL AND I LIKE GIANT DUPLO. I LIKE THE LEGO BUILDING. I LIKE THE THE BEAVER AND THE THEATRE I LIKE THE BUGERWORKS FILM AND I LIKE VEGY WARS I DON'T LIKE THE BEES COVE CAUSE I'M AFRAID OF BEES BUTT I DO LIKE THE THE SOUND BOSING OF THE WALLS THING THAT WAS COOL. I GIVE SCEINCE WORLD A TEN
Me and my dad went to the science place and watched the Omnimax presentation of " The Secrets of The Nile " we had just missed the elevator, so we had to walk up the... 1000 meters to watch the movie, which is like ... 6 foot ball fields... but we made it! and we enjoyed the movie. Afterwords we grabbed a bite to eat and I suggest getting the french vanilla milkshake for you sugar lovers!
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