Telus Spark

220 St. George's Drive NE, Calgary, AB T2E 5T2, Canada

The Telus Spark is a science museum in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, which conducts interactive exhibits, multimedia presentations and educational demonstrations.

Telus Spark, Calgary was originally opened as the Calgary Centennial Planetarium on July 1, 1967. The Calgary Science Centre was renamed Telus World of Science on April 27, 2005.

TELUS Spark offers a range of digital media and maker workshops for children and youth. Various sections of the museum are:

In the centre of the science centre is this wide open area. Sometimes temporary or travelling exhibits are installed in the atrium.

Creative Kids Museum:
For younger kids, the highlight of the science centre is likely to be the Creative Kids Museum. It is for kids 9 and under). The Creative Kids Museum has a large climbing structure, water play area, toddler area, quiet area, play theatre and opportunities for art, building and experimentation.

Open Studio:
Located on the 2nd floor, Open Studio, is essentially the Creative Kids Museum for older kids. Kids can make build, create, explore and experiment. There is a workshop section which runs from 1-3pm. Kids can learn new skills and work with real tools. Recommended for ages 8 and up.

Energy and Innovation:
In the Energy and Innovation gallery, there are facilities for explore the concepts of various forms of energy, electrical circuits, potential and kinetic energy.

Earth and Sky:
The Earth and Sky gallery has different centres that explore concepts such as the weather, erosion, mud slides and avalanches.

Being Human:
The Being Human space explores human physiology. Here, you can explore concepts such as falling in love, how your body reacts to stress, memories, and emotions etc

The Brainasium is an outdoor park with both playground and classic science centre exhibits for kids to play with and explore.

HD Digital Dome Theatre:
The HD Digital Dome Theatre can show films or live planetarium shows, using an Evans & Sutherland Digistar 5 computer graphics system with 17.7 million pixels of resolution, 4 SRX projectors, and a 19,500 watt sound system.

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