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National Science Week school activities at QVMAG

Schools can book for a fun-filled and exciting day of four activities including the planetarium, Crazy Scientist shows, Dinosaur rEvolution and space activities.

When: Monday, August 12 2019 till Friday, August 16 2019. 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM
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Where: Queen Victoria Museum
2 Invermay Road, Launceston, TAS, 7250
Topic: Environment and nature, Space and astronomy
Cost: $10 per student

On weekdays in National Science Week (12-16 August) the Museum will focus on school group visits. For only $10 per student, schools can book for a fun-filled and exciting day of four activities:

  • Planetarium: let our astronomers take you to the Moon.
  • Crazy Scientist Show: be inspired and blown away by amazing experiments related to space.
  • Mission space: students will be challenged by interactive activities related to space missions.
  • Dinosaur rEvolution: Secrets of survival –  find out why the Moon may hold the key to dinosaur extinction on Earth.

For school bookings please email.

Apollo 11 video footage will be screened in the Auditorium through the week. On August 13, John Gooderam will speak in our Auditorium about how to identify creatures found in the water, and speak about how people can become involved in a citizen science project.

There is more being planned! Check our website for regular updates.

Contact details:

Martin George
QVMAG
Email: martin.george@launceston.tas.gov.au
Phone: 03 6323 3777
Mobile: 0437 688 824

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