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Welcome to the world of tomorrow
Have you ever wondered what the future will be like? Will there be robots roaming the streets, or will we travel into space as easily as travelling to another country, will we use jet-packs, or maybe even live on Mars? These things might sound like some weird sort of Science Fiction but may actually only be Science Future.
The new Science Fiction, Science Future exhibition is an all new presentation coming to Scitech. This fun, family exhibition will try to answer some of these questions and many more and will not only explore the past and the present but will also make some interesting predictions about the future.
Proudly brought to you by Scitech, the Science Fiction, Science Future exhibition will allow you to move objects with your mind, be mimicked by a life-like robot and try loads of other hands-on activities.
Explore what you, your house and your future will be like with a whole range of fun interactive exhibits. Check out the Bio-Bed. Find out all about teleportation, holograms, invisibility, worm holes and mind control.
Scitech always has fantastically interesting, hands-on exhibitions and the Science Fiction, Science Future display promises to be one of the best. Running from Saturday 10th November, 2012 right through until Sunday 5th May, 2013 you have plenty of time to check it out for yourself.
The Scitech Science Fiction, Science Future exhibition will thrill and entertain children, adults and families alike.
Don't forget to visit the Discovery Shop Gift Shop and choose something from the unique range of gifts and gadgets.
Tickets are available on-line from the Scitech website or from the ticket office. Entry prices are $14.00 for adults, $10.00 for concession holders, $9.00 for children four to fifteen years of age and children under the age of three can enter free.
Scitech is open every day between 9.30am and 4pm on weekdays and 10am and 5pm on weekends. Scitech is easily accessible by public transport or there is plenty of free parking on-site.