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Exhibition
Exhibition
The All Things Water Exhibition
datesOct 2-Mar 31
venueSci-Bono Discovery Centre
Cnr Miriam Makeba and Jeppe
Newtown Johannesburg
costAdults: R60
Pensioners/students/children: R40
Family ticket: R180
Public schools: R21
Private schools:R35
ageFamilies
contactEmail Cynthia or Masenthle for bookings
, 011 639 8460
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Sci-Bono Discovery Centre now boasts three amazing new immersive and Interactive exhibitions, two from the World Famous Smithsonian Institute and one from The National Geographic.

The Smithsonian’s H2O TODAY brings a thrilling, fully interactive exhibitions with a number of world firsts ever for a travelling exhibition. 3D Waterfalls, turtles, whales and crocodiles. The largest 3D waterfall in the world. So real you can feel the spray of the Victoria Falls!

A troupe of young actors from the world famous Market Theatre Laboratory bring the Panel exhibtion and interactive models and present two informative and funny musical plays about water.


Art Jamming zone to connect the sciences with creative thinking – time to allow your learners to express their reaction to all things water by enjoying painting their impressions.

Fun games, puzzles and touchscreens to ensure that your learners walk away from the exhibition know where the water comes from when they turn on their taps.

Watery Wednesdays: Did you know that we Drink the Same Water as the Dinosaurs did? Come find out more every Wednesday. Tell a friend.
 
Science / Tech.
Science / Tech.
The Nat Geo Kids Weird But True! Exhibition
datesJun 16-Jan 14
venueSci-Bono Discovery Centre
Cnr Miriam Makeba and Jeppe
Newtown Johannesburg
contactCynthia Sithole
Tel: 011 639 8400
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For the first time in Africa, brought to you by National Geographic, in partnership with Sci-Bono, this engaging and interactive exhibition will give young minds the opportunity to explore our amazing and very weird world. Based on the wildly successful Nat Geo Kids magazine feature and a best-selling series of books, the facts and interactive features cover a broad range of topics including science, food, pop culture and more.

Did you know that girls have more taste buds than boys do? Or that slugs have 3,000 teeth and four noses? And who knew that gorillas burp when they’re happy? Kids, and adults alike, are invited to celebrate everything Weird But True! through wild, entertaining, brain-bending, visually stunning photos, graphics, games and installations. This initiative aims to inspire both young and old to explore our world in an engaging and fun-filled way. Tell a friend.
 
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Science / Tech.
Wonders of H2O holiday program
datesDec 7-Jan 12
venueSci-Bono Discovery Centre
Cnr Miriam Makeba and Jeppe
Newtown Johannesburg
ageFrom 6yrs
contactContact Xolane for more information
Tel: 011 639 8400
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We will run water based activities and showcase a wide variety aspects of the behavior of water; from properties to component, savings tip to related technologies, water uses including such as Hydropower, water cycle, H2O Today Exhibition, and many more.

some life lessons are best learned early on, the value of water is definitely one of them. It is never too earlt to teach kids on facts about water. Get started as soon as you can and help them look after the world around them. Tell a friend.



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