Science World at Telus World of Science http://www.scienceworld.ca is run by a non-profit organization and features permanent interactive exhibits and siplays as well as special exhibits such as the Da Vinci one. The building itself is a spectacular design, visible from any point around False Creek with its lit-up dome. During Expo ’86 it was used as the Expo Centre and later turned over to the community, known simply as Science World.
The Da Vinci exhibit ends on September 3 so don’t miss it!
In addition to the Da Vinci exhibition, I enjoyed wandering around the other exhibits where children and adults alike were having fun exploring and trying out the various displays such as in the puzzle room and the display of the human anatomy of life cycle.
In the Nature Science exhibit room:
Nature exhibit, Beaver and dam
A 'piano' that plays when you walk on it!
An amusing sign in the room about sex education
Physical Fitness (interactive)
For admission: http://www.scienceworld.ca/hoursrates