Techniquest Centre (Cardiff) Reviews
Description:Stuart Street, Cardiff CF10 5BW. TeL: 029 20 475 475. Fax: 029 20 482 517. email@example.com / As of 04.04.2009 ... more
Techniquest Centre (Cardiff) ... Opening hours: 9.30 - 4.30 on school days 10 - 5.00 at all other times Admission charges: Adults - £7.00 Children and concessions - £5.00 Family ticket - £23.00 These prices all include a ten per cent voluntary donation (which enables us to claim Gift Aid on the admission fee). Without the donation the prices are £6.30, £4.50, and £20.70 The cost for booked groups - £4.80 Birthday parties - £12 Science and Sandwich - £3.30 Planetarium - £1.30 The cost of membership of Friends of Techniquest - £56
Newest Review: ... Station back in the city centre. In terms of nearby facilities, there are plenty of cashpoints, a mini Tescos and Sainsburys and other cafes and restaurants, making it easy to incorporate the museum into a wider day out. COST Adult: £7.00 Child (age 4-16): £5.00 Concessions: £5.00 Family Group (2 adults and up to 3 children): £23.00 Planetarium Show: £1.30 extra per person FEATURES The ... more
Customer Techniquest Centre (Cardiff) Reviews (2)
by - written on 13/05/13 (Very useful, 35 readings)
Techniquest is a hands on science museum located in Cardiff Bay that is a must see for any families living or visiting the city. I've lost count of the number of times I've visited now, but it never loses it's sparkle. I feel very jealous of the people who work there as you can tell by their attitude how much they love the place too. For those who speak Welsh, every exhibit is in both Welsh and English. There are always plenty of staff walking about who can explain how things work if you're interested, or if you need to know the trick behind some of the science. GETTING THERE The museum is right in the heart of Cardiff Bay on the waterfront ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/02/09 (Very useful, 167 readings)
TECHNIQUEST this has to be one of my favourite days out for my son and myself It was established in 1986 with the mission to engage all ages in science and motivate them to learn more about maths , engineering and technolagy and music in a fun way TECHNIQUEST is housed in a large buiding on cardiff bay it is easily found by exiting on junction 33 on the m4 then following the brown tourist signs along the A4232 ,or using bus number 6 from cardiff city centre people visit techniquest from 0-99 as although its main ethos is learning its done by providing a massive varied range of fun interactive activities such as winding a handle to lanch a hot ... Read the complete review
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