New Scientist Live will take you on an incredible, inspiring journey of discovery with things that really do make you go ‘wow!’.
The festival is a fun family day out with over 150 exhibits, interactive features and events taking place that reveal the science secrets that have changed (and will change) our world.
Visitors can check out the newly 3D printed Iron Man-like Jet Suit – flying tips and demos by its inventor pilot. Join in the rocket building workshop with the help of experts from the National Space Centre.
Other activities including experience walking on the moon with the spectacular interactive Museum of the Moon and watch the Apollo story in the pop-up planetarium.
For thrill seekers there’s the VR roller coaster, animal lovers can get up close to the world’s most incredible creatures and tech fans can get involved in AI, twitterbots and have a selfie with a robot!
Kids can pick up a Science Hunt as they enter the festival and weave their way round the show collecting treasure, filling in fun facts and taking part in loads of activities.
Tickets start from £31 for an adult day pass or £73 for a family day ticket (for four). The Friday Night Lates ticket £20, allows entrance for adults between 5pm and 9pm. The festival takes place in October at Excel London.
Book tickets online at https://newscientistlive.seetickets.com
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