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We The Curious was previously known as At-Bristol Science Centre; an educational charity with an aim to “make science accessible to all”, it opened in 2000, and welcomed over 5 million visitors in the past 17 years. At-Bristol relaunched as We The...more
All reviews science museum all ages animation section human body picnic area hands on activities gift aid interactive exhibits half term millennium square children and adults rainy day we spent hours great for kids packed lunch whole family school trip
Not sure if my little one was just too young. He was 15 months old and there just wasn’t much for children of that age. We were there for about 30 mins which makes it quite expensive. Will defo return when he’s a bit older....More
‘We the Curious’, or @Bristol as it was, is a must for anybody whether a young family, family with teens or couples, it’s got so much going on everyone will be entertained! The interactive nature of the exhibits means kids old and young will have...More
Pretty boring for an adult, around 30% of activities either not switched on or broken, the planetarium show was unexciting and a bit patronising and it was too dark to see properly with the 3d glasses on. Nothing terrible here just needs more maintenance and...More
Took my three granddaughters here in the holidays. Expected to stay for an hour or so but five hours later we were still there ! It has so much to do and see and plenty of interaction for all,ages. Definitely worth going to
For 35 pound for a family of 3 you’d expect at the very least a fresh supply of paper and material at peak hours for the experiments in which you are invited to make a flying craft.
Instead you find yourself scrummaging around on the...More
Not sure what you’d call this - a science museum I suppose, or an educational visitor attraction- but it’s good. Lots of hands on things to do. Good cafe. The Planetarium is out of this world. Get tickets in advance. Quite expensive though.
Think of a building full of interactive displays science, animation, mechanical to name just a few. It has a Planetarium attached showing different shows through the day. It is aimed at all age groups but mainly children of all ages. Attached café with food and...More
Oh yes anyone can go, it’s very interesting and informative. There were several displays I would love to spend more time on that the children either didn’t see or just skipped straight past, bless them! When it was @Bristol... More
Oh yes anyone can go, it’s very interesting and informative. There were several displays I would love to spend more time on that the children either didn’t see or just skipped straight past, bless them! When it was @Bristol we went many times without children with us. There’s a cafe at the entrance, and don’t take a heavy coat it’s warm inside. 👍🏻