Glasgow Science Centre
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Glasgow Science Centre information
This ultramodern science museum will keep the kids entertained for hours (that's middle-aged kids, too!). It brings science and technology alive through hundreds of interactive exhibits on four floors: a bounty of discovery for inquisitive minds. There's also an IMAX theatre (see www.cineworld.com for current screenings), a rotating 127m-high observation tower ; a planetarium , and a Science Theatre , with live science demonstrations. To get here, take bus 89 or 90 from Union St.