We The Curious is a science centre filled with fun and interactive exhibits, kids’ activities, and exciting live shows. The aim of the centre is to encourage curiosity about the fascinating world we live in. Most people don’t pay enough attention to the Natural World – we take it for granted. We The Curious aims to make science accessible to all, but especially children. By inspiring the next generation, we can help nurture future scientists, innovators, creative types and people who could make a real difference to the world.
A trip to We The Curious is unlike any other museum. Imagine you are going on an adventure into science, exploring new ideas and finding out more about the human body and the environment you live in. The exhibits are fully interactive and the educators who work at We The Curious are on a mission to make science totally awesome. This is the only place in the UK where you can make fake blood, see stars, dissect brains, and have a go at creating a cool animation. If it’s raining outside, switch off the TV and head over to We The Curious and keep the kids amused for a few hours.
We The Curious is perfect for kids of all ages, but it’s especially interesting for younger kids. Pre-school children will have a ball with the hands-on exhibits. It’s also a great place to have your child’s birthday party, with plenty for guests to see and do. Once you have had your fill of science check out the gift shop or stop by the café for some tasty snacks and drinks.
- Visit the vouchercloud site to find out if there are any great vouchers to use for We The Curious
- Visit the We The Curious website via our link and select the tickets you need for your visit
- Use your vouchers when you book and pay online.
Are you a registered childminder? If so, you can take three children to We The Curious and you go in for free. You should also consider becoming a member, as this will give you 50% off entry into the 3D planetarium, and free entry to other ASTC- affiliated science centres worldwide. Your membership also entitles you to a 10% discount in the shop.
Do I need to book We The Curious tickets in advance?
You can turn up on the day and buy tickets from the desk, but it’s better to buy your entrance tickets in advance, as this guarantees you entry during busy periods. The Planetarium is also best pre-booked, as seating is limited.
How accessible is We The Curious?
The the We The Curious Science Centre is committed to being accessible to all. There are baby changing facilities, buggy parks, wheelchair access for disabled guests, and assistance dogs are welcome in all areas of the centre.
How long will a visit to We The Curious last?
Most people spend between three and four hours at the We The Curious Science Centre. If you book to see a Planetarium show, this will last 25 minutes.
Phone: 0117 915 1000
10am - 5pm, Monday to Friday (during term time)
10am - 6pm, Weekends, Bank Holidays and school holidays.