Glasgow Science Centre
- Telephone 0141 420 5000
- Opening times Winter opening hours (until Mar 30) Wed–Fri 10am–3pm; Sat & Sun 10am–5pm. From March 31: Mon–Sun 10am–5pm.
- Admission £10.50 (£8.50; under 3s free); Planetarium, Glasgow Tower or IMAX Science films £2.50 extra.
- Website www.glasgowsciencecentre.org
Situated on the site of the 1988 Garden Festival, Glasgow's £75 million Science Centre features hundreds of interactive exhibits. It also includes the ScottishPower Planetarium, Science Show Theatre, Climate Change Theatre and the 127m Glasgow Tower. Additionally, it's home to Cineworld IMAX, Scotland's largest IMAX cinema, showing both educational and 3D Hollywood films.
- Provides: Free wi-fi
There are 4 events at this location
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Can Eating Insects Save the World?
The Society of Biology and an array of insect and culinary experts host a screening of the documentary ‘Can eating insects save the world?’ starring TV gastronaut Stefan Gates. Followed by a Q&A exploring insects as a viable food source and a chance to try some for yourself!
Glasgow Science Centre on Show
Discover three floors of interactive science exhibits, games, illusions and shows.Look into light with spectacular planetarium shows and the shadow puppet workshop and discover if ‘you are what you eat’ at the ‘Blood Bile and Body Bits’ show. Meet the experts and explore the science behind the lives we lead today.
Thu 4 Jun
Fri 5 Jun
Sat 6 Jun
Profeng Lecture, Engineering Video Games and Beyond
Lectures designed to get young people interested in engineering – in this case, engineering video games. Booking is essential.
Mon 15 Jun
Free / 0141 420 5000
Reviews & features
The Best Activities for Kids and Families in Glasgow3 Mar 2015
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Take Me Out2 Apr 2009
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Glasgow Science Centre12 Jan 2007
Have you ever wanted to take in the whole of Glasgow at a glance? Scotland’s tallest building, the 127m high Glasgow Tower adjacent to the Science Centre at Pacific Quay, has reopened to the public, offering some of the most beautiful views over the…