Sublime sound this Easter at Winchester Science Centre – Sounds Interesting!

Winchester Science Centre and Planetarium is making some noise this Easter (29 March-16 April) with its popular Hot Sounds live science show and hands-on activities.

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Winchester Science Centre and Planetarium is making some noise this Easter (29 March-16 April) with its popular Hot Sounds live science show and hands-on activities.

“This Easter we are delighting our visitors with the often strange science of sound,” said Dr Ben Littlefield, Head of Curiosity at Winchester Science Centre and Planetarium. “Our live show – Hot Sounds – explores the fundamentals of sound with plenty of interaction and a fiery finale. As well as this, our talented team of Inspirers and Curiosity Officers are touring weird and wonderful sound-related demonstrations across the Science Centre for you to get stuck in with.”

The Hot Sounds live show takes place daily every hour between 11am-3pm and entry is free with general admission, however pre-booking is recommended. As well as this and the two floors of interactive exhibits, hands-on science busking takes place throughout the Science Centre, and the Invention Studio is filled with sound-related challenges to experiment with and spark curiosity.

Also for Easter, there is a full programme of live, presenter-led and 3600 fulldome films showing throughout the day in the Planetarium including, Secret of the Cardboard Rocket, The Planet Show, and Astronaut.

Due to popular demand, pre-booking is recommended – this guarantees admission to the Science Centre and the live show. Tickets cost £12 for adults, £8.40 for children and entry is free to Annual Pass Holders. Planetarium show tickets must be bought separately. Visitors save 10% if they book tickets online at least one day in advance. To book and find out more: www.winchestersciencecentre.org