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Big Bang North West 2019: Eureka! A Fire Tornado, A Mealworm Meal & Moon Meteorites!
“We will bringing along lots of hands-on interactive science demonstrations showing off some of the work we do at Eureka! We’ll have mealworms to taste and a test to see if you like Brussel Sprouts. A hydrogen powered (mini) bus and a fire tornado. There’ll be augmented reality and virtual reality to try out, and to top it all off, a piece of moon meteorite! We’ll have this and plenty more to play with and have a go at on our stand throughout the day.”
“Big Bang Fairs are an amazing way for students to see and be inspired by science, technology, engineering and maths and all of the different careers and opportunities it provides. STEM is a really important part of Eureka! and we’re at The Big Bang North West to show off some exciting ways we use STEM to inspire our visitors.” Chris Snowden, Programmes Manager, Eureka! The National Children’s Museum.
Eureka! isn’t like other museums, it’s a unique place for families and groups to visit where children aged 0 to 11 are inspired to learn all about themselves and the world around them by playing, imagining, experimenting and having loads of fun. Eureka! has six unique zones to discover inside the museum, each with a different theme to explore.
The galleries range from our child-friendly town square, through to the award-winning All About Me gallery exploring the human body – all full of equipment to play with, activities to do and buttons to press.
Excited? The Big Bang North West 2019 is going to be our BIGGEST & best event to date!
We’re FULLY BOOKED but don’t worry, you can add yourself to our waiting list below and we are still open for Big Bang UK competition entrants.
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