Take your Uniformed Group to Eureka! for a day exploring the museum, including the Moon Mission show and a Eureka! Badge…
Troop over to Eureka! with your Rainbows, Beavers, Brownies or Cubs for a day of exploration and discovery on either 29 June or 30 June!
Pay just £8.25 per child, including:
A 30 minute science show: Moon Mission!
Explore how people first landed on the moon 50 years ago. Find out what it’s like to be on the moon, what we left up there, when we might go back and how the moon might be involved in deep space exploration.
Unlimited time exploring the Eureka! galleries
Designated lunch area in our marquee
Time allocated in the Eureka! Gift Shop
One free adult with every four paying children (£6 for any additional adults)
Free coach parking
And… a sew-on Eureka! Badge for every child plus a badge for the group leader!
Places MUST be booked in advance, so grab your phone and call Coral on 01422 330012 to book your Uniformed Group visit.
Can’t make that date? We’re also running Uniformed Groups days on Saturday 6 and Sunday 7 July.
A few T&Cs…
Places MUST be booked at least 7 days in advance, by calling 01422 330012 during office hours.
The cost is £8.25 per child, with one free adult place for every four paying children. Additional adults cost £6 each.
A 50% deposit is required in advance, with the balance payable by the day of the visit.
Step into Digital Dimensions for the latest takeover of the Spark gallery at Eureka!
From 25 May – 30 November 2019, experience digital activities for kids, including innovative motion tracking, touch-triggered games, and crack the code to reveal different digital effects.
Created by Live Visual Design & Production students from Backstage Academy. Digital Dimensions mixes vibrant visual effects and stunning sounds to create an immersive exhibition for children to explore and enjoy.
Test your skills against our musical cubes
Travel through a colourful tunnel of motion-capture screens
Unlock some truly magical doors to digital dimensions
Celebrate 50 years since humans first landed on the moon by seeing a NEW space show and take part in astronaut training in a human gyroscope this May Half-Term.
Take one small step to Eureka! this half term to celebrate 50 years since the Moon Landing.
This May Half-Term Eureka! will be launching a brand new space show and inviting budding space explorers to take part in astronaut training including a human gyroscope.
On every day from Saturday 25 May through to Sunday 2 June.
Looking for half-term adventures?
Join the new Moon Mission show, exploring how people first landed on the moon back in 1969 and what a remarkable achievement this was in the days when spacecraft had far less computing power than today’s average mobile phone. Find out what it was like to be on the moon, what we left up there, when we might go back and how the moon might be involved in deep space exploration in the future!
There will also be opening a brand new interactive tech exhibition – don’t miss Digital Dimensions. It’s on the ground floor of the Spark gallery until November.
Budding astronauts can find out how they’d cope in zero gravity by being spun in a human gyroscope!
Test yourselves in a series of astro-training challenges in our galleries…
Stop by to see the Eureka! Space Explorer to see some genuine space artifacts and learn all about them.
Eureka! Moon Mission activities are included in standard admission, or free to annual pass holders.
At Eureka! they’re exploring the zany, zigzag world of Steampunk this Easter with three weeks of Steampunk Science from Saturday 6 to Sunday 28 April!
Professor Spark will be running regular shows, where you can learn about the amazing properties of light and sound, and head to the ‘All About Me’ gallery where steampunk scientists will astound you with mind tricks!
The Eureka! ‘Imagination Space’ will be open every day with a range of different activities and crafts for kids to have a go at – perfect for children aged 6+. Find out more on the website!
Eureka! will be open 10:00am-5:00pm every day, including over Easter weekend when you can hop along to meet a rather unusual Easter Bunny!
Steampunk Science activities are included in the price of admission, or free to annual pass holders.