Telus Spark

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  • Address: 220 St Georges Dr NE, Calgary, AB T2E 5T2, Canada
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  • Timings: 10:00 am - 04:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-4038176800
  • Ticket Price: 20 CAD
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Science Museums, Family And Kids

TELUS Spark is Calgary's Science Centre. Having interactive exhibits, the place is sure to ignite your imagination.

The centre houses:

  • A science store
  • The Brainasium
  • A HD Digital Dome Theatre
  • Creative Kids Museum
  • Prototype Lab
  • Energy and Innovation exhibits
  • Earth and Sky exhibits
  • Being Human
  • A cafe

Telus Spark Travel Tips

  • Children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Entrance Ticket Details For Telus Spark

  • Adult (18-64) $19.95
  • Senior (65+) $17.95
  • Youth (13-17) $15.95
  • Child (3-12) $12.95
  • Children under 3: free 
  • Group discounts apply for a group of 15 people or more.

Telus Spark Hours

  • The centre may be closed to public during private events.

How to Reach Telus Spark

  • WB Zoo LRT Station

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  • Telus Spark Address: 220 St Georges Dr NE, Calgary, AB T2E 5T2, Canada
  • Telus Spark Contact Number: +1-4038176800
  • Telus Spark Timing: 10:00 am - 04:00 pm
  • Telus Spark Price: 20 CAD
  • Best time to visit Telus Spark(preferred time): 11:00 am - 02:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Telus Spark: 02:00 Hrs
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  • 39.55% of people who visit Calgary include Telus Spark in their plan

  • 54.43% of people start their Telus Spark visit around 10 AM - 11 AM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Telus Spark

Monday, Thursday and Sunday

93.68% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Telus Spark

People normally club together Calgary Stampede Park and Fort Calgary Historic Park while planning their visit to Telus Spark.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Telus Spark Reviews & Ratings

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  • This place is seriously fun. We come here often for our little kid to play and it is fantastic. Tonight I had the pleasure to attend one of their Adult Nights; I really recommend it. An evening with a cocktail exploring fun science exhibits it a great Idea. The 'grown up' experiments and information were well thought out; any age would have fun watching things be smashed while frozen from liquid nitrogen. I am really looking forward to coming again.

  • This is an amazing place to visit with kids of any age! The outdoor area is incredible, the exhibits are always interesting and the food is delicious. I can’t recommend it enough! It is always worth getting a membership. Kids are free until three are 3. If you buy a membership just before they turn 3 they let you keep the free admission for the whole year. If you renew your membership early they give you two extra months free. They have tons of deals like this to make getting a membership worth it!! Currently they just opened the Circus Exhibit and it is amazing. It is so interactive and fun for all ages. Adults included. The food is really fresh and tasty. They pride themselves on getting ingredients locally and it shows. The prices are reasonable too!

  • This is our third year having a membership here. It's a great place for kids! Huge space for them to explore and play. The presentations they have in the theatre room and the main area are very engaging and interesting. Since they have the large outside play area we can also enjoy the outdoors when the weather is nice enough. The circus that they have right now is very fun and educational. I really like that the dome theatre is now included in memberships. It can get very busy so I try to not go at peak hours. Its definitely geared more towards kids. I don't think it would be very worthwhile for adults to go alone.

  • A great way to spend a day with an energetic and curious toddler. It was a warm day when we visited, so the outdoor park was open as well. My grandson had a blast stomping through the mud puddles, playing on the swings, and running back up the hill to slip down the slide again and again. His favourite indoor part was playing in the water area. The kid was soaked by the time we left, but that's not my worry! We packed our own lunch, the cafeteria has typical fare. They do offer veggie sticks and fresh fruit cups to. They were quite tasty, but a little pricey. We didn't see the whole place, as we let my grandson take charge that day and we followed where he wanted to go. More to discover next time!

  • So much fun!!! We went 3 times in a row and enjoyed it to the fullest. They have different themes it seems like a few times a year. Stations for all ages, and a cafeteria with restaurant style food. We had a pass but if you go without a pass it is very expensive which is the only down side. The price is worth it if you go all day.

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