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The Science Centre offers northern lights planetarium shows every day. In addition there are close to a hundred interactive exhibits where everyone can have fun with popular science, exploring both regional and universal questions. The Science...more
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This was included on our Astronomy cruise so we had the whole place to ourselves (about 75 of us) which allowed us to see the planetarium show and have plenty of time to look at the science exhibits. There are some really interesting and highly...More
What a great day out, come in, hang up you coat, play with the Lego & get started.
Northern lights show wasn’t until 2pm, so we spent the morning doing the interactive activities which were very stimulating & relevant to the environment & how it...More
I was part of a group visiting from Hurtigruten while the ship was in Tromsø. The visit isn't on the standard list of excursions, but was included in our 'Astronomy and Aurora' package. I was a bit disappointed that the first presentation in the planetarium...More
We watched the Northern Lights film in the panoramic cinema and it made us realise what a brilliant experience we had seeing the real thing. There are lots of great activities for children (an adults who still have a sense of fun). We walked from...More
We went to see the Aurora movie, primarily. It is beautiful, but at 30 minutes it's a bit long. It was mostly eye candy. The science center is very hands on, but we mostly were just playing around until it was film time, and we...More