October Half Term

A better world is possible!

As the world prepares for COP26 in Glasgow, it's all about sustainability and climate action this Half Term holiday. 

We're looking at the personal actions we can all take for a more sustainable future, and having plenty of fun along the way.  

The activities below are free with your day ticket. They don't need to be pre-booked, but as each activity has limited capacity, please arrive early to avoid disappointment.

You can also add a Planetarium show to your visit. Booking is essential, so don't forget to add tickets to your basket along with your day tickets.

Whilst we're doing all we can to provide activities as listed, the timings below are subject to change. Please check when you arrive at the venue.

 

When

23 Oct - 31 Oct

How Much

Included with a general admission ticket.

Where

Across the whole of We The Curious

Who for

Everyone


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Here's what's on Sat 23 to Sun 31 October: 

11.00  A Better World is Edible - in the Kitchen on Level 0, cook up some scrumptious sustainable snacks and share ideas about how the food we eat affects our planet 

11.30  Something Small - a brand new story for the under 7s, featuring Ursa and Leo and their animal friends 

12.45 - 14.45  Scrap-cessories (drop in, no fixed start time) - head up to Tinkering Space on Level 1 to transform discarded items and scrap materials into fabulous new accessories. 

13.30  Can Machines Understand Emotion? In Open City Lab on Level 0, get involved in current research as we train an artificial intelligence to recognise emotion in human faces 

 

Drop in:

Green Manure? Pop into the Greenhouse on Level 0 and explore the science behind sustainable growing. We'll also be running some planting sessions so you can have a go at home! Look out for details on arrival. 

What is science to you? Does science mean the same to everyone? Join us in Open City Lab (Level 0) to hear from different people about what science means to them and let us know what science means to you. 

 

Image credit: Lisa Whiting 

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