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Telus Spark, Calgary - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: 220 St Georges Dr NE, Calgary, AB T2E 5T2, Canada

Phone: +1-4038176800

Ticket Price: 20 CAD

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 04:00 pm Details

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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 Information

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

Telus Spark Ticket Prices

  • 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 Opening and Closing Hours

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

How To reach Telus Spark by Public Transport

  • WB Zoo LRT Station

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  • Awesome place to visit with children of different ages! Great exhibits and interactive stations. Loved to craft from toothpicks and making animated movies. The dome is more for older kids, 5 year old fell asleep on the universe show and frankly I did too. The place has lockers and a good food court. Liked this better than the one in Edmonton. The price was relatively cheap too.

  • Lots of adults do not like it. Especially those who loved the old Science Center (downtown Calgary).Other people find it expensive. I have season passes (me and a guest) to the science, zoo and heritage park in Calgary. For the year, if I go to one location a week it costs me $11 for 2 people including parking. About the same as two coffees. It's cheaper than going to the movies. The reasoning behind 5 stars: - It's amazing as a space for outdoor and indoor activities - They have cool workshops for ages 5 & up where kids can use real tools and learn real skills (soldering, silk screening) - As an early childhood educator it ticks any and every box for early development - The newly renovated cafe is amazing, great food for the price, plus healthy - The expirments are fun, informative, and cool - They offer adults only nights once a month - They have a huge amount of books with amazing ideas - so adults if you're bored, put down the phone and read!!!! - Most adults also totally miss the creative kids museum. If you think Spark is not good for younger kids you have not been to the Creative Kids Museum - The staff and volunteers are incredible I could go on and on. I as an adult love the space, plus you can do the activities if you want to. You just have to ask and have a willingness to play.

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  • One of our favourite places in the city! My budding scientist can never get enough of this place. Fun and interesting activities for all ages. Passes are worth it if you plan to go more than once. Great in the summer, with the outdoor play area. Great in the winter because there is so much to do inside.

  • Excellent time. I have a three year old who will spend multiple hours in the children's museum at a time. Great place to go if you want to get out of the house but go somewhere indoors for kids to run around. The annual pass pays for itself in around 3 or 4 visits. Great value!

  • Great place for learning. Great place to hang out with friends. Great place for a date. Great place for kids. Great place to have fun. It was too pricey for me but the experience was worth it. I will definitely go back. I was hungry upon arrival but because there so many things to see and do I've forgotten all about my hunger hahahaha. 2 hours wasn't enough to experience the whole place, so if you plan to visit it, make sure you have at least 4 hours for the whole thing.

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