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Science Gallery Dublin, Dublin

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Science Museum
With a goal to promote public awareness and understanding of science, Science Gallery Dublin serves as a public science center featuring art-science collaborations. The institution doesn't have any permanent exhibits, but rather a series of four to six temporary exhibits each year. Past themes have included blood, weather, fat, and the instructive role of failure. Check the website to see what's currently displayed, and stop by the highly acclaimed cafe for a full breakfast or lunch. Arrange your visit to Science Gallery Dublin and discover more family-friendly attractions in Dublin using our Dublin vacation planner.
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  • All about technology. Multiple tech exhibits that challenge you to think about the future and technology. Really interesting electronic and computer projects. The gift shop has really unique gifts whi...  more »
  • We were slightly disappointed when we visited the Science Gallery. It seemed a little caught in between being an interactive science museum and an art gallery. We took in the whole gallery but never r...  more »
  • Couple of interesting bits but as a whole just not for us. A few of the exhibits weren't working and others were just random.  more »
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  • Really good exhibitions. Spent a week here for a mentoring project had such a good time. Staff and mediators are amazing definitely have a look around after all its FREE.
  • A great little gallery! When I went they had the exhibition on the topic around seeing. The staff are friendly and the exhibitions itself was interactive and really well thought out. I enjoyed seeing how they explain the concept in plain English.
  • Always interesting, thought provoking and usually interactive exhibits in the gallery. There is a quirky shop here too selling science tchatche, wondrous books and souvenirs of the exhibits. Combine that with great coffee, wonderful (and generous) pastries and a restaurant with delicious food; always a winner.
  • Great little gallery that always has interesting science related exhibitions, mostly free or about €10 depending on the exhibition so check out the website to see what's on. The space itself isn't big so it's a good size to spend 30-60min while you're in the area.
  • You can always lear something new here, great curation of interesting expositions!Try the coffee as well, very good!