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In 2008, a car park in a forgotten corner of Dublin was transformed into a living experiment that would bridge art and science, unleashing their combined creative potential. A groundbreaking initiative pioneered by Trinity College Dublin, Science...more
I visited the Science Gallery last august wth my two boys, aged 7 and 11.
It is a very nice, interesting and stimulating place, but it is not suitable for kids. Not only the scientific explanations are too difficult for them, but the installation of...More
If you’re a science fan, this free gallery is definitely worth a visit. It’s not very big, but there are some interesting displays, and it’s very thought provoking
Make sure to interact with the staff who can appear shy, but are very good at bringing...More
More for youngster and adults than kids since scientific descriptions/experiments are of higher level - not a science playground
Absolut Highlight: styrofoam eating worms
Went with my wife and two young daughters (9 & 7). It is a free attraction but it is not really child friendly and the subject is quite weak - it needs more interaction and explanation to keep you interested, especially children. Can’t recommend it...More
This place is hard to find as the sign posts run out something like 400 metres before you get there. There is only a very small exhibition space with minimal content. We are still trying to work out the relevance of an artist casting molds...More
I guess we are a science type family and we all really enjoyed all the experiments. The staff presenting were brilliant, they were open to discussion and were so patient with our youngest. I would recommend this to all those inquisitive minds out there, great...More
We visited the Science gallery on a rainy Tuesday today with 2 teenagers and an 8 year old. Very disappointing. Mainly because the staff were all too busy talking to each other upstairs to offer us any assistance with experiments that required a log in...More
Interesting idea to mix and and science. I'm not sure if we missed part of the exhibition but it seemed very small. At least I would like to see more. Anyway worth visiting as it's free.
Location easy to reach at Trinity college by bus...More
This place has a lot to offer considering it is free entry. It is very interesting and covers a lot of hot topics - which are all up to date (2018). It involves a lot of new sciences and philosophies. There is a small shop...More