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Science World at TELUS World of Science

Today's Programming and Events

Through imagery and words, you'll learn about Aurora, a Northern Red-legged frog who goes on an unforgettable adventure and meets the interesting creatures in her forest home. This story will introduce the many local, endangered species who share our neighbourhoods and will show how we can care for them and the special places in which they live.

Sunday, November 29
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Steve Axford is an Australian photographer who specialises in nature photography. Spiders are little beasties that are always around, no matter where you are, so they are ideal subjects for nature photographers. Steve now lives in sub-tropical Australia, away from the city, where there are lots of animals, but when he lived in central Melbourne there were almost as many spiders. Baby spiders travel on the wind, so they are always there. You just have to look.

Microbes Art Us

This exhibition is an extension of the art show entitled "Cave Microorganisms and Drug Discovery: A Collaboration Between TRU Microbiology Researchers and Artists" that was exhibited at the Kamloops Art Gallery and the TRU Art Gallery in 2014. This exhibition aims to engage the public in the excitement of the exploration of cave microorganisms, their identification and potential for new drug development, while developing new perspectives in the popular and scientific view of microorganisms through art.

Nikon Small World

Science World is pleased to showcase the winners of the 40th annual Nikon Small World Photomicrography Competition, including first prize winner Rogelio Moreno's photo, capturing a rarely seen image of a rotifer’s open mouth interior and heart-shaped corona.

Origami whales

Be inspired and amazed by these handcrafted creatures, created by origami artist Joseph Wu. Representing the real and the fantastic, these delicate whale sculptures will spark your imagination and appreciation for the ancient art of origami. We're presenting this exhibition in celebration of our new OMNIMAX film, Humpback Whales.

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OMNIMAX® Theatre

Immerse yourself in the largest dome theatre in the world! Our OMNIMAX films rotate regularly, so there's always something new and exciting to discover. Click here to watch a trailer for our current films and check out our current film schedule.

Science Theatre

Take a break from gallery exploration by dropping by to catch a quick show in our 2nd floor theatre. Read the film descriptions and see the latest showtime schedule here.

Stage Shows

Witness spectacular live science demonstrations daily at 11:20am, 12:20pm, 1:20pm, 2:20pm and 3:20pm. These fast paced, entertaining shows feature a wide variety of topics such as fire, electricity, bubbles, moving objects, chemistry, and many more. Read our show descriptions.


Science Park Closed

The Science Park will be closed for the season from November 2, 2015–March 11, 2016

Monday Closure

TELUS World of Science is closed on Mondays from Sept 14–Dec 20 (except statutory holidays).

Parking Notice

Special event parking rates take effect occasionally until the end of the year. Visitors to TELUS World of Science can pay the normal rates at Admissions.

Kidspace Announcement

We're fundraising to build a new early learner's gallery! Find out how you can support us—learn about Wonder

Dome Light Schedule

Nov 25: Red (Crohn's and Colitis)
Nov 29: Orange (End Violence against Women)
Dec 1: Red (World AIDS Day)
Dec 6: Red (Light Up the Night)
Dec 7: Winter (Tech the Halls)
Dec 10: Tri-colour (Human Rights Day)
Dec 11 & 12: Fireworks (Lumiere Festival)