About Telus Spark, Calgary
Opened as Calgary Centennial Planetarium on July 1, 1967, Telus World of Science is a science museum with the aim of encouraging visitors of all ages to explore new ideas, build, experiment, create and play.
In 1987, the museum was expanded as Calgary Science Centre. The Calgary Science Centre was renamed Telus World of Science Calgary after a $9 Million donation from Telus Corporation to celebrate Alberta’s Centennial. Creative Kids Museum was opened at the Telus World of Science in 2006. It was earlier located near downtown Calgary on 11 ST SW.
On Oct 29, 2011, the centre reopened on the new location north of Calgary Zoo and is renamed as Telus Spark. Brainasium – a one acre all weather out door park was opened in August 2014.
What to do at Telus Spark?
Things to do at Telus Spark
See and experience over one hundred hands-on exhibits spread over four exhibit galleries.
Learn at the Open Studio – A gallery for teens.
Learn about humans and the society at large at Being Human.
Explore the universe ,geology,landscapes, climate and much more Earth & Sky.
View the exhibits at Exhibiting the power of energy transformation – Energy & Innovation –
See the current exhibitions at the traveling exhibition gallery
Let the children have a fun time and nurture creative play, art and exploration at The Creative Kids Museum.
View movies at Calgary’s only HD digital Dome Theatre – Movies & Planetarium Shows
Have an ultimate night out during Adults only night.
Take the stage during Live Science Demonstrations.
Have fun at the Brainasium (all weather out door park), which helps the young ones to learn science through play.
It also holds various programs like astronomy courses, school programs, youth programs, sleepovers, birthday parties, and science and art camps.
Other features at the Telus Spark include a Presentation Theatre and Learning Centre & a 10,000 square-foot atrium.
Who all can go and enjoy ? – All
How to get to Telus Spark?
Location and Directions Telus Spark Calgary
Located about 4 kilometers north from downtown Calgary ( north of Calgary zoo ), the Science Centre is situated on a 15-acre site at 220 St. Georges Drive NE.
See the map tab for directions.
GPS : 51.050313,-114.025926
How long will it take to see the Museum?
Time required to see Telus Spark – 2 hours to half a day or more depending on interest.
How much do Telus Spark visit cost?
Admission Telus Spark
Adult (18-64) $26.00
Senior (65+) $24.00
Youth (13-17) $22.00
Child (3-12) $19.00
Admission for children under 3 is free
Brainasium is included in the general admission.
Coupons & Discounts
Calgaryattractions.com has 20% off coupon for shows in HD Dome theatre.
When to visit Telus Spark?
Summer Hours: 10:00 AM – 05:00 PM, Daily.
Monday – Friday: 10:00 AM- 4:00 PM
Saturday: 10:00 AM. – 5:00 PM
Sunday: 10:00 AM. – 5:00 PM
2nd Thursday of every month: 10:00 AM. – 4:00 PM and 18+ only from 6:00 PM. – 10:00 PM for Adults Only Night.
Last entry 90 minutes prior to close
What about Amenities, Access & Parking?
Restrooms. Gift shops. Cafe.
Wheel chair accessible.
Paid Parking on site.
Telus Spark, 220 St. George's Drive NE, Calgary
Date: October 28, 2017 To October 29, 2017
Timing: 12:00 AM To 11:59 PM