Sci-Bono Discovery Centre - Johannesburg
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The Sci-Bono Discovery Centre aims to support education in maths, science and technology with a number of hands-on exhibits that make the trip both fun and informative. It is situated at the old Electric Workshop within the newly revamped Newtown and also boasts a number of interesting workshops.
Africa's largest science centre, Sci-Bono allows science hungry students to fully explore the many interesting aspects of this fascinating subject across a wide variety of mediums. The museum regularly engages with schools and families to encourage learning and with over 300 world class exhibits this is one of the most popular learning resources in Africa.
There is a diverse mix of multi-sensory learning tools available, from an education centre, computer science labs as well as the many events the centre holds such as the rocketry course which allows a fun hands on approach to learning.
The centre hosts regular science shows where exciting demonstrations allow students to engage with the science of light and waves, a great way to teach children who respond well to visual learning techniques. There is even an opportunity to speak directly with a scientist and take part in a scientific debate, which can be vital to a student's understanding on such a diverse and broad subject.
The Sci-Bono Discovery Centre allows students and visitors to get a better understanding of science by providing many engaging tools to help learning and get people excited about the important subject, this place is a must for science lovers and students.
Pensioners and children under six are free
Monday - Friday: 9am - 5pm
Saturday - Sunday: 9:30am - 4:30pm
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