Newcastle – Centre for Life

October 16, 2008 at 9:14 pm | Posted in General, Out and About, Tourism, UK | Leave a comment
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Newcastle’s Science Museum known as the Centre for Life covers a wide range of topics from evolution to climate change and space with a few special exhibits and events thrown in for good measure. While I was there they were focusing on nutrition and a healthy lifestyle.

Most science museums offer the same content and will have a range of interactive displays to teach you these principles. Newcastle’s offering is no different. That’s not to say it isn’t fun because it is. It’s not to say it isn’t educational because again it is. However if science museums aren’t your thing then you may not get much out of it, or if the entry fee of £8 is too much try the free Discovery Museum.

It was an entertaining respite for a few hours and pretty informative too!

Located on the corner of Westmoorland Road and Marlborough Crescent.

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