Glasgow Science Centre, Glasgow
About Glasgow Science Centre, Glasgow
Glasgow Science Centre, Glasgow - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 50 Pacific Quay, Glasgow G51 1EA, United Kingdom
Ticket Price: 10 GBP
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
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Science Museum, Educational Site, Planetarium , Theatre, Family And Kids
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The Glasgow science Centre is a fascinating place where education as well as fun will come together. Most ideal for families and kids it is Scotland's must-see guest attractions for almost everyone. There are several activities to do. Being an interactive site, there are also several workshops and exhibitions that one can participate in
Science comes alive in this place. There are also quite a few shows to be seen as well. There is also a lovely planetarium as well as an IMAX theatre. You can try out the different attractions like the Vortex tunnel, Ames Room and the Phantom Hand. There is also an underwater section. The purpose of all the exhibits is to inculcate curiosity and inspire thought so there won’t be a single boring moment while you are here. If you want to learn and be informed while having fun, this is an ideal attraction for you.
Glasgow Science Centre Ticket Prices
- Visitors can buy combined tickets for all three buildings. Check out the interactive exhibits.
Glasgow Science Centre Opening and Closing Hours
- Timings given are summer timings. The Center is open on all days during summer. However, please note that the museum is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays in winters. It is open till 3:00 pm on other weekdays and till 5:00 pm on weekends in winter.
How To reach Glasgow Science Centre by Public Transport
- Pacific Quay
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Glasgow Science Centre, Glasgow Reviews - Write a Review
A visit to the science centre is always a good day out for young kids and adults alike - be sure to make a day of it rather than visit for a couple of hours. It's easy to find, plenty of parking and some good bus links almost right outside. Entry may seem expensive but when you consider the volume of things to do and the time you can spend there, it's good value. Food sold on premises like most places is rather expensive but a "picnic area" is available to eat food that you take with you. Be sure to note the show times when you arrive and plan to see them accordingly, they are free but can fill up quickly especially on busy days such as peak holidays.
Screaming kids running about everywhere, bumping into people. What are the teachers, teaching. Certainly isn't manners. Trying to see any of the exhibits was a nightmare. Wont be back in a hurry. If you like screaming unruly kids it's a must do outing. PS, this wasn't on the school holidays.
Brilliant for the kids and always updating the exhibits. Shows are always a joy and really interactive for kids and parents. Perfect for rainy days. Can get a bit busy on weekends and holidays. Recommend an early start.... We are always there till they kick us out at 5. Of particular note is the new cafe. Staff are great and quality/choice of food excellent. Worth every penny!
Really good place but so much stuff is closed for maintenance/not working properly/awaiting repair. Staff very knowledgeable but the place could benefit from additional signage. Cafe was really confusing too as you have to wait to be seated unless you are taking and going in which case you just go straight up. Lots of people seemed confused with the set up not just us. The food was fine though.
I attended a drinks reception and black tie dinner here during the FSB Annual Conference. The Drinks where had around the exhibits, which made it an interesting event. The food was not great.
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