Step inside a giant laboratory, embark on an Arctic adventure, learn to program a robot and explore the limits of outer space when you visit TELUS World of Science – Edmonton. With fun and exciting permanent exhibit galleries to explore (as well as featured exhibits on rotation), there is something for the whole family to discover.
Visitors can explore the new Health Zone. Here, guests will be placed at the centre of their own health stories. Through hands-on experiences and experiments they can test their flexibility and leg power, plus see and hear their heartbeat, look at their own veins or grab a lab coat and do a DNA extraction in the LAB (Learning about Biology). Enter the new Arctic Journey where you are not simply reading about the Arctic, you are feeling it. Ride an interactive dogsled across a frozen tundra. Explore and build an indoor igloo and see an inuksuk and marvel at its cultural significance.
The Science Centre also offers Indigenous Experiences which connects Indigenous way of knowing with contemporary science. The Indigenous Traditional Room is a welcoming place for Indigenous and non-Indigenous people to gather. It features local Indigenous artwork, ceremonial drums, blankets, and sacred medicines. The Northern Lights Indigenous Cultural Space is a space for you to learn about the Indigenous culture through daily hands-on crafts and teachings. In the Zeidler Dome you can embark on a journey with the Indigenous peoples of the Western plains of Canada and share in this wisdom conveyed by the stars by watching Legends of the Northern Sky show.
Get hands on inside The Science Garage, as you flex your creative muscles to design, build and create! Next, CuriousCITY is a tactile adventure for children 6-years-old and younger. They will have fun and learn through activity and role play, as they crawl through the River Valley to discover fossils and get to know local animals, or climb the Fort Edmonton Park tree house to examine pelts and pretend to prepare a meal. Children’s imaginations will kick into overdrive when they pilot the EIA Airplane or command the YEG Control Tower. They will be delighted as they splash around at a Water Exploration Zone or explore several iconic Edmonton landmarks and attractions, such as the Muttart Conservatory, the Queen Elizabeth Planetarium, and the High Level Bridge.
The adventure continues when you step inside the S.P.A.C.E. Gallery and interact with exciting exhibits, from firing rockets and driving a Mars rover, to laying eyes upon a real-life Moon rock.
Plan your visit around DARK MATTERS 18+ events, where the science is served on the rocks & the adults come out to play. Music, a bar, exclusive access to all of the permanent galleries and grown-up science experiments are just a few of the highlights.
Take your seat at the edge of the universe in our all-new, world-leading Zeidler Dome theatre, and watch some truly stunning films. Embark on an incredible cosmic journey across galaxies and to the core of an atom. If you are a music lover experience jaw-dropping evening Laser Shows, featuring everything from rock classics to modern hits!
The IMAX® Theatre
No adventure is complete without seeing a movie in the IMAX Theatre, where you will travel to far-away lands and discover exotic wildlife on Alberta’s largest screen.
Shop & Dine
The Galaxy Gift Shop will engage your inner scientist with science-inspired gifts, gadgets, games, books, eco-gifts, mementos, jewellery, educational and science toys, 'Do-It-Yourself Science Kits' (created by TELUS World of Science) and an array of other curiosities and collectibles. Alongside science-inspired products the Gift Shop supports local and Indigenous artisans, featuring products from JACEK Chocolate Couture (Sherwood Park), Crystal Driedger Studios (Sherwood Park) and more. Stop by the Purple Pear for a snack, popcorn for your IMAX movie experience, lunch or grab and go options.
Stargazers, unite! The Royal Astronomical Society of Alberta – Edmonton Chapter (RASC) Observatory is the perfect place to explore the night sky within city limits. Located in Coronation Park, just southeast, access to the Observatory is convenient and admission is free. Guests can view the sun, moon, stars and planets through high quality telescopes and can even explore the galaxy with the assistance of volunteers from RASC Edmonton Centre. Weather permitting.