What's on this weekend

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In the Science Mall

Visit the three floors of the Science Mall where you can play for the day with over three hundred exhibits! There are screens to touch, buttons to push, gears to crank and lots of things to get your hands on. You can perform a virtual autopsy, move objects with the power of your mind, run on our sprint track, feel the force in the hurricane booth and boogie on the energy dance floor. If you have little ones, make sure you visit our under 7s area which includes a soft play area.

Plus discover the incredible potential of a fast-expanding field of physics and what it could mean for future tech and careers in the interactive exhibition, 'Quantum Technologies: Making the invisible visible'!

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Go for a run in our Giant Hamster Wheel exhibit

In the Science Mall

Included in your Science Mall ticket are some fun activities, workshops and shows:

  • Drop in to our Creative Technology Space workshop and be part of the maker revolution. Get to grips with our creative tech and use electronics to solve a problem or design a device that makes music. You could be a creative designer of the future (recommended for over 8s)
  • Roll up, roll up for the theatre of science as we astound and entertain you with our “Fantastic Forces” show. Our scientists will investigate Newton's three laws of motion using some amazing demos with balloons, rockets, a bed of nails, and lots more.

Bed of Nails

  • Prepare to be amazed in our presenter led Dissection workshop. Learn about the structure and function of the Hearts and Lungs, and find out how these highly specialised organs help you be you!
  • Little ones can discover the science of making bubbles in our Bubble-ology workshop! Build your own bubble-blower, and make big, long lasting bubbles!

A girl in a bubble

  • Get hands on with our user friendly kit to solve a series of challenges in Electronics in Action. Show off your problem solving skills in the perfect introduction to the fascinating world of electronics. (recommended for over 8s)
  • In DIY Gamer program a handheld games console to display your own animation and edit a game in this fun easy introduction to programming. Who Knows – you could become a Games Designer!

Become a gamer

In the Planetarium:

For £3.00 you can add on a visit to the fulldome digital planetarium and explore the cosmos with our expert presenters or see a fulldome film.

  • Space Explorers- The perfect show for younger visitors to our new digital planetarium. Explore the night sky and take a trip to the Moon before flying through the solar system to see a planet up close.

  • Wonders of the Night Sky - Take a dramatic tour of our solar system, from the International Space Station to distant planets, and then head into interstellar space as we explore our galaxy and our place in the cosmos.

  • Cosmic Visions: Astronomy Photographer of the Year- This live fulldome planetarium show is a celebration of the most spectacular visions of the cosmos. Astrophotographers from around the world enter the annual Astronomy Photographer of the Year competition, and in this show you can see some of the very best pictures ever taken of our universe. The show will be narrated live by one of our astronomers, who will then take you on a tour of the night sky.

  • Back to the Moon for Good (fulldome film) - Narrated by Tim Allen, this is a complete behind-the-scenes feature on the $30 million Google Lunar XPRIZE, the largest incentivised prize in history.

  • We are Aliens (fulldome film) - Are we alone? Is it possible to find life beyond earth? Take a journey to find out in this Rupert Grint narrated 360° Planetarium film from the award-winning NSC Creative team.

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To book tickets to the Science Mall and the planetarium, please call 0141 420 5000.

In the Cineworld IMAX at Glasgow Science Centre

Take in an incredible 3D film that puts you out in space, or transports you to far flung corners of the globe to see amazing wildlife!

For the latest movie releases and to book tickets visit www.cineworld.com


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