You are invited to Science Spectacular – Saturday 25 October 2014, 11am – 4pm,
The University of Manchester, Whitworth Hall & Manchester Museum, on Oxford Road. Free, drop in event
Hurrah the Manchester Science Festival is coming and The University of Manchester is playing host to a Science Spectacular!
With more than 40 interactive experiments and demonstrations you don’t want to miss out on our annual family science fun day. There will be lots of activities suitable for children of all ages, including face painting and lucky science dips, and there’s plenty to keep adults entertained too!
Find out how to make square bubbles, help us build an erupting volcano, and see if you can put a fly in a headlock. You’ll also meet our newest dinosaur, Gorgosaurus, and discover why he has x-appeal! And don’t forget to have a chat to our scientists and engineers – they are behind some of the world’s most amazing discoveries.
So bring your mum and dad, your kids, and your friends to this free event. Take part in our fun science challenges and become a Manchester Science Star!
We hope to see you there! On your way see if you can spot our science buskers along Oxford Road!
And if you’ve still got energy to burn, why not pop along to the Chemistry Flash Bang Show taking place 4-5pm, Chemistry Building, Brunswick Street.
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This event is part of Manchester Science Festival; Art and science collide to inspire curious minds of all ages at this eleven day Festival. Manchester Science Festival is proudly produced by the Museum of Science & Industry and supported by Siemens.