BC's not-for-profit committed to science education and leadership.
Great for families with kids. But adults will enjoy this place too! Take skytrain for worry free excursion as finding parking can be a hassle. Olympic Village is walking distance along walkway with water view and you can take water taxis to Yaletown, downtown and Granville Island.
Under Vancouver's favorite geodesic dome (OK, it's only one), this ever-popular science showcase has tonnes of hands-on galleries and a cool outdoor park crammed with rugged fun (yes, you can lift 2028kg). Inside, there are two floors of brilliant educational play, from plasma balls to whisper…
This ever-popular science showcase has tonnes of hands-on galleries and a cool outdoor park crammed with rugged fun
Great for Kids! Science World, formally Science World at Telus World of Science, is a science centre run by a not-for-profit organization in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Ignite your mind and discover the wonders of science at Science World at TELUS World of Science. Immerse yourself in…
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