INTECH (Interactive Technology Exhibition) Reviews
Newest Review: ... Planetarium shows are extra at £2 per person. The schedule for the planetarium shows are always changing but the common themes are space, we saw the Astronaut show, which was great, my daughter at 6 found a few bits loud and scary. Some of the shows do have minimum age limits and you should check this to avoid sibling disappointment. Parking is free with spaces for over a 100 cars. Interestingly the Planetarium is the largest in the UK with a large dome screen up above the seats, so need to rush to the front everyone has a view here. My first impression on arrival was this place is small and we won't be here long, I was mistake... more
Customer INTECH (Interactive Technology Exhibition) Reviews (5)
by cheryl beddoe whitfield - written on 12/06/10
We have just had our little boys 6th birthday party at Intech. A great time was had by all 11 children ranging from 2-9. The food was great and the staff were absolutely lovely. What a wonderful, educational and stress free party. Thank you intech.
by Jo and Lee - written on 06/03/10
We had a wonderful time at Intech today, very hands on and the Planetarium was exceptional, we saw two shows. We would recommend getting there early. Food was very well priced and reasonable. Staff were friendly.
by - written on 06/06/09 (Very useful, 132 readings)
Intech Science Centre and Planetarium is located within Hampshire just off the M3 J9/10 near where it intersects with the M3. Whilst on holiday in Dorset this provided a good range of activities for children I would recommend on a rainy day. The centre is open from 10am to 4pm every day save 3 days over christmas, and even though it was half term was not overly busy. Unlike the previous reviews I can now report you do pay to visit adult tickets are £6.95 each and childrens are £4.65 (for age 3-14). There are also OAP rates and combination family tickets dependant on the number of adults and children I would recommend reviewing this on the website ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/05/01, updated on 11/05/01 (Very useful, 160 readings)
Intech is a science and technology centre - simply overflowing with knobs,levers, and all the other things that makes the learning of science so much fun for kids. Its first priority is to educate children, and so it is often the focus for a school visit. But the fun doesn't need to stop there! It is equally entertaining for families, and actually free of charge for visitors who come as family groups (the £2.50 admission charge made to members of school parties is not applicable to individuals). The displays cover many aspects of science... sound, light, forces, movement and so on. You will also find the science behind technology explained there - ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/11/00, updated on 15/11/00 (Very useful, 849 readings)
InTech Interactive Technology Exhibition 01962 863791 http://www.hants.gov.uk/leisure/transprt/intech/ Why didn't we visit these places like this when we were at school? InTech Interactive Technology Exhibition is a great educational and hands-on centre. InTech is truly interactive and more importantly it is fun - for both adult assistants, teachers and yes the children as well! The InTech Exhibition is designed and run by the local education authority. Its aim is an aid to assist the National Curriculum in Science and Technology for both primary and secondary school levels. What also is good about the set up is that they have ... Read the complete review
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