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At-Bristol, Bristol

Categories: Science Museums, Museums
Inspirock Rating:
4.4/5 based on 1,100+ reviews on the web
Exercise your mind in one of the UK’s biggest interactive science and discovery centers. The stated aim of At-Bristol is "to make science accessible to all" through hands-on exhibits to be enjoyed by the young and old alike. The permanent and special exhibits are organized into various themes: take a trip to space in the planetarium, discover the incredible science of the human body, become an animator, and discover how humans have harnessed the power of nature. The center also runs a "meet the experts" program where you can ask questions, share opinions, conduct experiments, and meet the scientists behind the latest cutting-edge research. Add At-Bristol to your Bristol travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Bristol travel itinerary planner.
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  • What a fab day! So much to do! Can't wait to go again! Staff were amazing and kids were kept busy all day and enjoyed every bit of it! Went with 8,6,2 and baby we all had a fantastic day and will be v...  read more »
  • What I love about modern museums nowadays is the fact they engage with every single person who walks through the doors...and inspire every child even for those who think they're not interested. At Bri...  read more »
  • We as a family visited a few months ago to get out of the rain. I have only ever visited London centres before this so didn't expect this to be as good. This place was really well laid out with a good...  read more »
  • What an amazing space, full of hands on examples to interaxt with, there is someyhing for everyone. I very much liked the section in DNA and the planaterium is a must see( costs a little extra). Liked it so much I became. member
  • Great place to visit with so much to do. Not cheap, so a whole day is needed. A few things were not fully working, but there are so many things to fiddle with. You need to get your kids to read the signage and understand each exhibit as they explore, otherwise it's just a day of pushing and pulling things.
  • I went their on 18th January with my school had the best day ever I would love to go again it's worth the money!
  • Fantastic science museum for young and old! Be sure to check out the after hours evenings - adults only, science and cocktails!
  • Excellent place for Young People to learn about science in a fun way! The late entry offer is very well priced and usally very quiet!
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