These Wednesday lectures are aimed at a level a little above most popular science lectures, so come prepared to exercise your brain and learn the science behind the headlines.
An evening where adults are able explore their own curiosity in science with full access to the hands-on exhibition floors and the opportunity to enjoy a bespoke presenter-led planetarium show on a topic that changes monthly.
Literary great Michael Frayn will be in the hot seat answering questions from John Miller on the playwright and author's remarkable career.
Fort Nelson was built during the Victorian era as part of a ring of defences around the Royal Naval Dockyard in Portsmouth. Step back in time and find out if the Fort was up to the task in a war that never happened.
Discover the science behind the magic with a live science show packed full of exciting chemistry tricks and optical illusions. The perfect fun-filled day out for February half term!
Discover super exciting science that you can do at home as a family! DIY Science themes across March include Musical Instruments, Bubbles, Universe, Slime, and Electronics.
This ‘steam’ packed three day event is a chance to see and ride behind guest engines and the home-fleet locomotives.