With two theaters (including the world’s largest OMNIMAX® dome theater) showcasing films that rotate regularly, stage shows, and more interactive exhibits than you can shake a stick at, Science World at Telus World of Science is a fascinating place for kids and adults to completely lose track of time while getting lost in the wonderful world of science.
Visitors can immerse themselves in the many interactive displays, rotating feature exhibitions, and live science demonstrations. There are plenty of these fast-paced shows, which cover a variety of science topics like chemistry, moving objects, electricity, and bubbles, while different galleries inside are dedicated to the environment, life sciences, physics, sustainability, and more. Science World’s programming changes frequently, as do the films and light shows offered in the on-site theaters, but free shows are offered regularly and there’s even a gallery designed just for kids ages 2 to 6.
Science World at TELUS World of Science is easily accessible by public transit, having its own station stop (Main Street/Science World) on the SkyTrain. There is plenty of paid parking on site. Certain rotating exhibits charge an additional entry on top of the general entrance fee. Science World is generally open from 10am to 6pm, while closed Mondays and open later on Thursdays. Opening hours can vary per season.