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Telus World of Science, for those who don’t know, is an exhibit and showcase of the different areas of science. Learn more about the ins and outs of chemistry, biology, geology, physics and much more with interactive games and activities. This summer, Dinosaurs Unearthed: Down to the Bone will be the featured exhibit at the Edmonton Telus World of Science.
You’ll learn about Earth’s largest mammals through animatronic dinosaurs, real fossils, skeleton replicas and interactive activities. Dinosaurs Unearthed: Down to the Bone will feature displays of one of the world’s most deadly carnivores in our history, the Tyrannosaurus Rex, along with an informative, 4-D Imax experience. Dinosaur Passports will be given to children ages 3-12 who can collect stamps for learning different facts about certain dinosaurs for a chance to collect a prize at the end!
The main attraction may be prehistoric, but Telus World of Science is a place for everyone to enjoy - despite your opinions on dinosaurs. You can learn about electricity, the human body, aerodynamics and much more with interactive displays, fun games, and challenging exercises (for your brain, of course). Food and beverages will be available in the cafeteria and the venue is happy to host birthday parties and other celebrations. Tickets can be found on the Edmonton Telus World of Science website.