Questacon – National Science and Technology Centre

Questacon – National Science and Technology Centre

The Questacon – National Science and Technology Center in King Edward Terrace, Parkes ACT 2600 is the place to go to impress your kids. This museum offers a wide variety of hands-on exhibits, explosive demonstrations and a theatre performance. Kids will especially enjoy the Q Lab, which features interactive exhibits like a virtual Mars landscape and a slide where they can feel weightlessness.

The Questacon is open to the public every day from 9am to 5pm, except during Christmas and on some public holidays. To get the most out of your visit, you can go in the late afternoon on a weekday, when school groups have finished visiting. It is also possible to visit the nearby Ian Potter Foundation Technology Learning Centre, which provides workshops to teach people about science, technology and design.

There are over 200 exhibits at the Questacon, including an earthquake simulator, a moon replica, a lightning bolt experience, and a history of reptiles. There’s even a Snake Tales demonstration. And if you’re looking for a family-friendly activity, you can even buy a Canberra multi-attraction pass that includes Questacon, Cockington Green Gardens and the Australian Institute of Sport. Check this out.

The National Capital Exhibition tells the story of the history, design, and people of Canberra. The museum also has a comprehensive collection of Aboriginal art and Australian history. This museum also has a great collection of art and literature from around the country. There’s free guided tours at 11am and 2pm every day. This is a must-see for anyone visiting the capital city of Australia.

The Australian Institute of Sport is one of Australia’s premier sports precincts. Here, many of the great Australian sporting greats have trained. Take a 90-minute tour and get a sense of the rich history of Australian sports. Also, don’t miss out on the Hidden Gem National Park, which lies outside the centre of Canberra. The park has unique trails and Australian wildlife. Continue reading about Woden.