Winchester Science Centre & Planetarium

Museum in Winchester

Intech Science Centre And Planetarium, Winchester
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The Winchester Science Centre & Planetarium is a fantastic family-friendly destination that guarantees hours of excitement. Filled with interactive exhibits and hands-on displays, this place effortlessly combines education and fun.

Established in 2002 and situated on the outskirts of the city, the Science Centre is easily recognizable by its striking buildings—an enormous globe and a pyramid. Inside the dome-shaped building, you’ll discover the awe-inspiring Planetarium. As the largest of its kind in the UK, this 168-seat facility offers daily shows that delve into our understanding of the universe and planets.

Within the dome, you’ll also find a range of captivating exhibits dedicated to space exploration, covering topics like flight and meteorites. Throughout the year, the Science Centre hosts various engaging programs for children, including live science shows and captivating demonstrations.

While exploring, make sure to visit the on-site café to refuel and recharge. The Winchester Science Centre & Planetarium is an ideal destination for families seeking an immersive and entertaining learning experience.

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Visiting Winchester Science Centre & Planetarium


Weekends and school holidays – 9:30am to 5pm


Adult / Child – Setween £13.75 – £17.25 – See website

Address: Winchester Science Centre & Planetarium, Telegraph Way, Winchester, UK
Duration: 20 minutes

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