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Science World, Vancouver - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: 1455 Quebec St, Vancouver, BC V6A 3Z7, Canada

Phone: +1-6044437440

Ticket Price: 23 CAD

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Time Required: 03:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details

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About Science World, Vancouver

The striking looking building of the Science World in Vancouver is eclectic enough to be a tourist attraction in itself. The pretty building near False Creek in Canada houses the non-profit organization which is dedicated to making the pursuit of science popular.

The interactive exhibits have been designed so as to create intrigue amongst the people. The place introduces the young and the old to the wonderful world of science and leaves everyone feeling more inquisitive and enthralled.

The displays range from Robotics, to the life of Butterflies to illusions and puzzles. Moreover the place is always reinventing itself so there is always something new to see every single time.

Science World Information

  • Visitors under 13 years must be accompanied by an adult (19+).

Science World Ticket Prices

  • Adult ( 19+): $23.25
  • Senior (65+), students ( with ID), youth (13-18): $18.50
  • Children (3-12): $15.25
  • Under 3: free

Science World Opening and Closing Hours

  • For further timing details, check the official website.
  • Door of the museum closes 15 minutes before the closing hours.

How To reach Science World by Public Transport

  • Main Station
  • Skytrain

Restaurants Near Science World

  • McDonald’s
  • Tim Horton’s
  • Campagnolo

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  • Great place. Went with a couple of friends and we were completely blown away. I didn't grow up in Vancouver (or North America, for that matter) and we never had anything like that back home. Which is a shame, one's interest in STEM and surroundings should be encouraged from early age and Science World does an excellent job in that. It's definitely more suited for kids, but most adults will find it interesting nonetheless! They also have a cute little bookshop worth checking out and a massive theatre.

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  • This place is awesome! Tons of fun, hands on things for the kiddos to do. Something for all ages. Went with my white and 5.5 year old and her cousins who are 4.5 and 2. Everyone had a great time and learned something new. I've been to a bunch of science museum now, and this is by far the best I've seen. I highly recommend it!

  • Great place for children and adults. Physical and mental activities. Older exhibits could use improvement but they have new exhibits as well. Admission is a bit steep and also pay parking. Perhaps go for season pass for a family ~$200. Science world has outgrown its space. It would be nice if it evolved and grew with its audience.

  • Wonderful place for kids to have a hands on experience with all things science. So many activities for them to try. Can be a bit pricey for a family to go. A year membership would be how I would do it, so that I can get my money's worth. With all the rain we get in Vancouver it's a great way to stay local and keep the kids busy for the day 😊

  • I have 2 year old, and live in Vancouver. It’s rains a lot in Vancouver. There are many free activities you can get up to, but eventually you’ve done them all. Buying a pass here was the best $ spent. My 2 year old runs around for hours and hours and is learning while he does it. Tons of new exhibits coming through every few months and new attractions being added often. Science rules, dude.

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