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Expanded, reimagined, and full of more spaces for you to explore!
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Curious, intelligent, and playful…this family of whiskers needs our help.
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A Family-Friendly FUNdraiser!
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Store Summer Science Camps

Camps running throughout July and August 2022.

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Step Back in Time to Relive the Excitement of the Apollo Era
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Your New Science Centre

Expanded, reimagined, and full of more spaces for you to explore!

Sea Lions: Life By A Whisker

Sea Lions: Life By A Whisker tells the coming-of-age story of Otto, a young sea lion pup and one Marine Park Ranger dedicated to trying to save her species.

Summer Science Circus

Get ready to kick-off the summer with circus-themed FUN for the entire family in your new science centre! You will be amazed by a spectacle of science activities, entertainment, cotton candy, magic, balloon animals, and much more.

Summer Science Camps

Camps running throughout July and August 2022.

Apollo: When We Went to the Moon

Experience the launch of Apollo 11, with all the sights and sounds that made it a monumental event.

Dare to Dream

TELUS World of Science - Edmonton inspires life-long learning as we create a positive science and technology culture in our region.

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Dare to Dream

Enjoy all themed galleries, Zeidler Dome, IMAX Theatre, The Science Stage, and the Galaxy Gift Shop.

Starting March 23, you no longer need to pre-book your timeslots in the CuriousCITY gallery.  Go to CuriousCITY for more information

TELUS World of Science – Edmonton still strongly encourages its guests to wear masks however, masks will no longer be required while visiting the science centre. Prepare for Your Visit.

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Educators

Choose from a variety of fun and exciting Virtual School Programs prepared and delivered by TELUS World of Science – Edmonton School Program Specialists.

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Educators

Choose from a variety of fun and exciting Virtual School Programs prepared and delivered by TELUS World of Science – Edmonton School Program Specialists.

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Activities

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For Educators

TELUS World of Science – Edmonton is your go-to place to find school activities and field trips for K-12 in Edmonton and the entire province. 

Bookings are now open for the 2021/2022 school year! Discover virtual and in-person field trip school programs to suit your classroom's needs!

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    Posted: Aug. 3, 2021 in: Science News, Space Science

    Showered... in meteors!

    Our favourite meteor show of the year is here. The Perseids meteor shower peaks on August 11-12, with up to 100 meteors per hour. Read on to learn about the origins of this meteor shower and our pro tips to see it for yourself!

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    Posted: July 12, 2021 in: Behind the Scenes, Science News

    Pembina donation creates inclusive space for Indigenous science programs

    TELUS World of Science – Edmonton is pleased to announce that Pembina has donated $100,000 to create an inclusive Indigenous science programming space!

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    Posted: July 5, 2021 in: Behind the Scenes, Science News, Space Science

    'Sophie' the Star Projector

    The next time you visit TELUS World of Science – Edmonton and take in a show in the Zeidler Dome, you may notice a familiar object at the base of the staircase: “Sophie” the ZEISS* planetarium projector. Sophie projected the starry sky in the planetarium for over 20 years until 2008. Did you see her in action rising up in the centre of the theatre?

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    Posted: June 21, 2021 in: Behind the Scenes, Science News

    National Indigenous History Month: Smudging

    For National Indigenous History Month, we will be sharing a few blogs about Indigenous culture. We encourage you to take the time to learn about Indigenous history and current events. In this blog, Lynn Lush teaches us about smudging.

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    Posted: June 17, 2021 in: Behind the Scenes, Science News

    $1 million donated to the Aurora Project by Edmonton Civic Employees Charitable Assistance Fund

    We are so thankful to Edmonton Civic Employees Charitable Assistance Fund (ECECAF) for their major $1 million donation to the Aurora Project and its significant impact on our vision of reimagining and redefining what a science centre can be.

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    Great learning fun for the whole family!

    There is always so much to do and the exhibits change often, so each time you visit is a new experience. There is a lot to explore, many hands-on exhibits for grown-ups and kids, and a daily schedule of in-person shows/demonstrations and learning opportunities.

    GallantJ | June 16 2020

    Great for youth to learn and explore

    I felt very safe with the covid precautions in place here. The staff were amazing and knowledgeable.

    A57HUtaras | November 15 2020

    Always fun!

    The Telus works of science is always fun. Especially if they have a good exhibit, keep an eye out.

    sarasM5703LU | June 21 2020

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