"Tomorrow" Swindon's Science Festival
UKRI is showcasing a large, hands-on exhibition, at a two-day, family-friendly festival of science and engineering at Swindon’s STEAM Museum on 21 and 22 February. Our exciting exhibition will give visitors the opportunity to try their hand at a selection of experiments, meet a Rubiks Robot and play games using a VR headset.
STFC as part of the UKRI stand are hosting a large planetarium at the event. This will be open to the public throughout the two days. There will be numerous showings on each day. Tickets for this will be available on a first come, first serve basis upon arrival.
The festival is targeted at families with children aged 7-14, adult audiences, young people, local schools and community groups.
The event will take place in STEAM's characteristic Great Western Hall. In addition, there will be fascinating talks, panels and spectacular shows in Hawksworth Hall and Sir Daniel Gooch Theatre. There is a small charge to attend these shows.
Admission to “Tomorrow” is FREE. Advance tickets to the event are now sold out. However, free entry tickets may be available on the door, subject to availability. Any remaining tickets to talks and shows will also be available to book on arrival.
For further information please see www.scienceswindon.com.
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