Life Science Centre
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Not far from Newcastle Central station and well worth a visit. It’s patron is the co-discoverer of DNA, Dr James Watson.
The Life Science Centre offers a combination of hands-on and display exhibits which have been designed to bring out your inner scientist, whilst having some fun in the process. Life also has a special area for under 7’s. This museum does have an admission charge and I would only recommend paying if…
The science village in Newcastle upon Tyne where scientists, clinicians, educationalists and business people work to promote the advancement of the life sciences.
A science centre with fantastic life exhibitions and a serious purpose, based around the life sciences. A good place for entertaining children on a rainy day.
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