Science WorldCurrently Open [Closes at 05:00 pm]
- Address: 1455 Quebec St, Vancouver, BC V6A 3Z7, Canada
- Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-6044437440
- Ticket Price: 23 CAD
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Science Museum, Family And Kids
Science World - Review
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
Restaurants Near Science World
- Tim Horton’s
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Things to Know Before Visiting Science World
93.42% of people who visit Vancouver include Science World in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
38.21% of people start their Science World visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Science World
92.91% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Science World
Science World Map
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Science World, Vancouver Reviews
We loved science this visit! No complaints! Plenty of space to move around even when it's crazy busy. Easy to have even a double stroller with you walking around to see everything. Only thing that changed since my last visit was the 0-5 area. They have some pretty amazing stuff there now but...its so hard to see where the kids are. It used to be a bigger space and you could see your kids from almost any spot and they had a gate where kids could only exit with an adult which I loved! I love the upgraded area but wish it had better visibility and a gate again. ,
This place is incredible, not just for kids, but also for adults. It explains what happens on earth where we are standing. Many mechanical structure to show us how thing works. For kids, they can learn so many things by visiting this museum. There are also free playground outside the museum. The parking space is abundant but pricey. Burger restaurant can be found inside. Hope my photos explain the rest. Enjoy.
Love coming here. Kids have a great time. It does get busy after lunch, recommend coming in the morning. Check out the shows at center stage and definitely check out the ken Spencer park outside - there are even shows outside too. If you have kids 8 and under, definitely worth getting a membership. As for parking, there is street parking available - along Main Street or smaller streets (national). But the ones on the bigger streets have a 2 hour limit.
Always a great place for my 2 boys! They have always enjoyed returning here to see the standard displays but we keep coming back for the special exhibits. We saw the Pixar exhibit this time and my wife and u really enjoyed it. My sons, 6 and 4, were not as enthusiastic! I would estimate a good age to be over 10 but every child is different
Something for kids of all ages (and adults too). I've been impressed with how often they update the various exhibits. Every time I go I find something new. The new Explore area for kids 0-5 is a huge hit with our daughter. She loves the climbing structure, water table, and giant blocks.