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We were lucky enough to visit on an inset day but there were still lots of people there, the car park was full! I would hate to visit on a school holiday day electricity production in north korea. There are lots of things to do and all the activities and exhibits are hands on, great interactive, learning environment. As there weren’t so many visitors, we managed to try out everything without waiting too long. All the children and families who visited today were friendly and happy to share exhibits. A great variety of things to see and do although some of the exhibits work better than others! We still don’t know what the colon cafe was supposed to do! We only had a drink and a cake in the cafe but there seemed to be a good choice of food available and all for a reasonable price. There were gluten free options but as we aren’t gluten intolerant I can’t comment on the quality. Separate small people toilets which was fab and a step stool in the ladies to enable small people to wash their hands. Very child friendly. We watched the cardboard rocket show in the planetarium which was awesome! Well worth the extra couple of quid to see. Overall a great day out. I can imagine it would be heaving in the holidays but today it was great. Very good value for money I think,

We visited Winchester Science Centre and Planetarium during May halfterm and expected gas in babies that breastfeed loads of visitors. So instead of going at halfterm weekend we went on Friday. I’m glad that the centre was not so busy we had time to try all exhibits we wanted to try. Parking: after reading centre advice we arrived 20 minutes before centre open and there were hardly any quadcopter gas engine cars in the car park. I think there is space for 100-120 vehicles including blue badges. I’d imagine it would be overflowing on busy days. Entrance: you can buy tickets to the centre only, Planetarium only or centre and Planetarium. Tickets are rather pricy. For a family of four it cost us about £50 for entrance and one planetarium show. You can opt out of gift aid and buy annual pass if you wanted to visit often. If you decide to buy annual pass within 14 days of visiting, your entrance fee will be refunded – check the website and don’t lose the tickets. Cafe: cafe does not offer much options and bit pricy. £2.25 for one ice cream. I’d advice to bring your own food – that’s what we did and topped up with tea coffee and ice cream. There are outside picnic areas and indoor area (downstairs) to have your own food. Brilliant science experiments. My favourite was the rocket experiment. Trying out q gas station cleveland ohio wheelchair basketball was great too. Programming, electricity, light, sound, cells various experiments for kids to try out. Soft play area downstairs was good too. Planetarium is a must visit. We went to We are planets show which was great. It is first come first seated. So if you are first to go you can in the middle with the best view. Keep an eye out for free shows. We didn’t know about these and missed them 🙁 We were second family entering the centre at opening 10am and the last to leave at 5pm! (4pm if not for school holidays)

We were lucky enough to visit on an inset day but there were still lots of people there, the car park was full! I would hate to visit on a school holiday day. There are lots of things to do and all the activities and exhibits are hands on, great interactive, learning environment. As there weren’t so many visitors, we managed to try out everything without waiting too long. All the children and families who visited today were friendly and happy to share exhibits. A great electricity vancouver wa variety of things to see and do although some of the exhibits work better than others! We still don’t know what the colon cafe was supposed to do! We only had a drink and a cake in the cafe but there seemed to be a good choice of food available and all for a reasonable price. There were gluten free options but as we aren’t gluten intolerant I can’t comment on the quality. Separate small people toilets which was fab and a step stool in the ladies to enable small people to wash their hands. Very child friendly. We watched the cardboard rocket show in the planetarium which gas 10 8 schlauchadapter was awesome! Well worth the extra couple of quid to see. Overall a great day out. I can imagine it would be heaving in the holidays but today it was great. Very good value for money I think,

We visited Winchester Science Centre and Planetarium during May halfterm and expected loads of visitors. So instead of going at halfterm weekend we went on Friday. I’m glad that the centre was not so busy we had time to try all exhibits we wanted to try. Parking: after reading centre advice we arrived 20 minutes before centre open and there were hardly any cars in the car park. I think there is space for 100-120 vehicles including blue badges. I’d imagine it would be overflowing on busy days. Entrance: you can 4 gases in the atmosphere besides oxygen and nitrogen buy tickets to the centre only, Planetarium only or centre and Planetarium. Tickets are rather pricy. For a family of four it cost us about £50 for entrance and one planetarium show. You can opt out of gift aid and buy annual pass if you wanted to visit often. If you decide to buy annual pass within 14 days of visiting, your entrance fee will be refunded – check the website and don’t lose the tickets. Cafe: cafe does not offer much options and bit pricy. £2.25 for one ice cream. I’d advice to bring your own food – that’s what we did and topped up with tea coffee and ice cream. There are outside picnic areas and indoor area bp gas prices nj (downstairs) to have your own food. Brilliant science experiments. My favourite was the rocket experiment. Trying out wheelchair basketball was great too. Programming, electricity, light, sound, cells various experiments for kids to try out. Soft play area downstairs was good too. Planetarium is a must visit. We went to We are planets show which was great. It is first come first seated. So if you are first to go you can in the middle with the best view. Keep an eye out for free shows. We didn’t know about these and missed them 🙁 We were second family entering the centre at opening 10am and the last to leave at 5pm! (4pm if not for school holidays)