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For those looking for something to do in the city over spring break, Science World has confirmed it will be open daily and is welcoming visitors to come check it out.
The attraction said it is open at a reduced capacity, and recommends all visitors familiarize themselves with its new protocols and book their tickets in advance.
Visitors are reminded that masks are mandatory for those who are six years and older. “Without a mask, you will not be admitted entry into the dome,” Science World states on it website. “We cannot offer exceptions at this time and are working to create inclusive online experiences for visitors who would like to enjoy Science World, but are unable to wear masks.”
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As well, everyone at Science World is asked to adhere to physical distancing protocols and make use of amenities, such as the hand sanitizer stations located throughout the building.
Even with the opening, some galleries and spaces still remain closed. These include:
- Peter Brown Family Centre Stage
- Ken Spencer Science Park
- OMNIMAX® and Science Theatre
The Wonder Gallery will be open intermittently for piloting.
Those planning to visit are encouraged to book their tickets online in advance, which reserves them timed entry. Walk-up tickets are subject to availability. Children 2 and under can attend free of charge. Those under 12 must be supervised by an adult.
Science World is open daily from 10 am to 5 pm, and ticket prices start at $18.75.