A range of new interactive exhibits complements old favourites at We The Curious in Central Bristol.
This incredibly child friendly tourist attraction, brings the world of science alive for children of all ages, right from toddlers upwards. Since reopening at the end of May, a brand new exhibition with Science Museum vibes has opened on the ground floor.
Project What If, features 68 new exhibits and 25 art pieces, putting the diverse Bristol community at the heart of it.
Visitors can explore concepts including time, sand, the universe and the soul. Exhibits range from thoughtful, to hands on to truly thought provoking – such as the new Trolley Problem simulation.
If you think exhibits on sand would be boring, then you haven’t seen Star Sand from Japan. A tiny amount under a microscope is genuinely incredible to look at. In fact, the more you look at different samples of sand, the more interesting it becomes.
Of course, right at the heart of the time section is a full-size TARDIS – stands for Time And Relative Dimension In Space – which is a real crowd pleaser.
The second floor is mostly the same. The most obvious difference being the soft play has been removed from the play area – although the house structure remains.
The venue is operating advanced booking, social distancing and staff armed with cleaning products moving from exhibit to exhibit so although it’s hands on, it feels completely safe.
We The Curious continues to show that it knows how to inform, entertain and engage, making this a perfect day out for families with children of all ages.
Project What If is running until 04 July 2021.
For more information about We The Curious: https://www.wethecurious.org/
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