Glasgow Science Centre presents science and technology in a fun, inspiring way, making it a fantastic day out for the whole family.
Glasgow Science Centre
There are so many different sections that make up this museum, so it's a good idea to get a general feel of what you can do there before you visit, so that you can relax and enjoy the experience on arrival.
Science Mall: 3 floors of awesome hands on science.
Attractions include a live science show full of flashes, bangs, flames, crashes and explosions; a 'Question of Perception' exhibition with visual illusions, physical challenges and mind-bending puzzles; and the chance to feel the force of wind in a hurricane booth
The Science Mall also hosts interactive workshops where you can make wind powered cars or try your hand at being an electronic engineer.
Planetarium: Connect with the Cosmos in the new fulldome digital Planetarium.
Glasgow Tower: Unrivalled panoramic views of Glasgow.
IMAX: Scotland's biggest screen!
There's also an on-site cafe to purchase drinks, snacks and meals, as well as a shop to remember your visit by.
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