Learning about science in a museum is safer than experiencing it firsthand by accidentally ingesting a science textbook. Embrace science with today's Groupon for a one-year membership to Canada South Science City on Marion Avenue. Choose between the following options:
- For $30, you get a family membership (valid for up to two adults and three children) (a $75 value)
- For $10, you get an individual membership (a $25 value)
Canada South Science City is dedicated to imparting scientific knowledge into the minds of children of all ages through interactive exhibits and engaging displays. The 30,000 sq. ft. facility features a myriad of informative exhibits, including a live animal lagoon and dinosaur dig site with take-home fossils. Visitors can also opt to see the world from a soapier perspective in the Human Bubble area, where experience explorers can encase themselves in a giant bubble, perfect for protection against disorientated pterodactyls and milk money bullies. Membership includes admission for one year, advanced invitations to special events, access to members-only events, free parking and free admission to 28 other science centres.
Canada South Science City
Through public science forums and more than 200 interactive exhibits, Canada South Science City hopes to foster an excitement for science that helps families understand their relationship to the universe and inspire children to work towards Science-based careers. The 30,000-square-foot facility houses attractions such as Dinosaur Alley, where a model T-Rex skeleton looms as kids dig for prehistoric bones and fossilized cassette tapes. Live snakes, turtles, and tree frogs send a symphony of hisses and warbles from the Big Lagoon, an exhibit that offers up fun facts about biodiversity. Elsewhere, models of Jupiter and Saturn overhang an open-gym area that demonstrates the properties of sound and space.
Canada South Science City also hosts special events including science panel discussions and educational programs for students. These include workshops that challenge kids to solve problems, such as keeping a dropped egg from breaking or a black hole from opening in their lunchbox.
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