Our hours today are
10am to 6pm
Doors close at 5:45pm

Special Guests and Activities

Expand your visit by attending some of our special programming. From performers to make-and-take crafts, our added activities will help you grow your curiosity and enjoy the magic of science and art.​​​

Check out our weekday and weekend programs below!

Discover the physics of soap bubbles and create unique bubble art gift cards!

11am–5pm
Dyson Innovation Lab

Jellyfish project

Join rock band Mindil Beach Markets in a concert to generate awareness about ocean sustainability, climate change and environmental stewardship.

Tuesday, April 22
11am & 1pm
Science Theatre

Celebrate the joy of cycling and learn more about this environmentally friendly form of transportation while receiving a free bike tune up. One good deed deserves another—pay it forward for the earth! Join the conversation with #EarthWorkDay.

Tuesday, April 22
11am–2:30pm
TD Environmental Trail

We're cleaning up our shoreline! Join us for an afternoon of fun and getting dirty for a good cause. Register online for the "False Creek at Science World" Cleanup! This event is made possible with support from the Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup and the City of Vancouver: Keep Vancouver Spectacular program.

Saturday, April 26
11am

BC Hydro Powersmart

Join the BC Hydro Power Smart team to find out about hydroelectricity generation and play some interactive games about good conservation practices.

April 26 & 27
11am–4pm

Meet the Hives for Humanity beekeepers who will be on hand to demonstrate their skills and equipment and answer your honeybee questions.

Saturday, May 3
11am–4pm

Return It

Come and meet the Return-It mascot and learn all about recycling, sustainability and the bottle depot process.

April 26 & 27 and May 3 & 4
11am–4pm

Come out to the Ken Spencer Science Park and check out our red wiggler worms, which are helping us reduce the amount of food waste that goes to the landfill. The Bokoeco team will be in the park as well, explaining bokashi composting–an alternative form of composting, which creates minimal greenhouse gases and doesn't attract flies and rodents.

May 3 & 4
11am–4pm

Come play Phylo, the trading card game of species survival! UBC's David Ng will be your guide as you explore ecosystems, biodiversity and the food web in this fun game.

Sunday, May 4
11am–3pm

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