Fantastic hands-on science centre in the centre of Bristol. There are interactive displays for all ages, a 3D planetarium, a hands-on kitchen and much more.
Millennium Square, Anchor Road, Harbourside, Bristol, BS1 5DB
Tel: 0117 915 1000
Birthdays, Indoor Activities, Science and Technology
Ages 5 - 12, All ages, Schools and Groups, Teenagers, Under 5s
(based on family of 4; various ticket options are available)
One of the best places to go in Bristol with kids is the exciting, hands-on science centre We The Curious, formerly At-Bristol. Here, visitors will encounter science brought to life! Its purpose is to inspire visitors, whatever their age, to be curious and enthusiastic about the world in which we live.
There are over 250 exhibits in the various exhibition zones plus a programme of live shows, talks and workshops. On the first floor are the Aardman Animation exhibits, the Space Gallery, the Tinkering Space and Bubbles. Meanwhile, on the ground floor, there is the Open City Lab, a hands-on kitchen and greenhouse and, new for summer 2021, Project What If. With so much interactive fun, there is something that all the family can enjoy.
Would-be astronauts or budding astronomers in the family? Treat them to a trip to the stars in the UK’s only 3D planetarium. Planetarium shows vary during the year.
Please check We The Curious’ website to confirm details and find out what’s on when you are planning a day out. There may be an additional charge for some events.
We recommend you always check COVID-secure measures before you travel and note changes to booking requirements. We hope you and your children enjoy wonderful and safe days out this autumn.