In Delhi, National science centre was established in January 1992,
In a science centre is a science lover museum in Delhi, India. National Council of Science Museums(NCSM) an autonomous body comes under India’s Ministry of Culture.
This museum is one of the favorite places for the reason your children, more knowledge about science from the science centre and
educates them to spread awareness promote environmental among masses.
The exhibition, even more, shows Heritage of Science or Technology gallery Art, Literature, Indian soil, Scientific culture.
Into this museum contain the number of amazing galleries or most interesting program.
The building of the Science centre has eight levels halls with eight galleries,
even more, also several other sections similarly for all age groups halls replicate hands-on interesting participatory exhibits.
Science centre gallery is dividing multiple of the section like the first gallery,
on the floor deals with Indian Heritage second section, in contrast, is science and technology and third one Human biology gallery and gallery on a human being.
There is also a Prehistoric Life likewise in the gallery which depicts
the march of evolution
from the daily life, human started on the earth.
Prehistoric Life Gallery featured the living life of dinosaur and animatronic models of the dinosaur,
therefore this area is one of the most popular in the science centre area’s children are like it.
Conducted Tour helper – If you wanna to know more above all details science centre during your visiting so u can hire or avail the guided tours in galleries.
Trained educational assistants on per request.
Program arrange for disabilities person-
Special programs like ‘Touch, Feel and learn’ program for children with the use of objects, audio-aids and Braille materials for the disabled
museum every year conduct program for science student who interested can take part in the month-long summer program held.
Teacher Orientation Program- science centre organizes regular training workshops for the school teachers,
in order to expose schoolteachers to the resources material available at the Museum.
Timing: 10 am – 5:30 pm (All seven days open on week except HOLI and DIWALI)
Entry: Rs. 40 per head
3 D Film Ticket: Rs. 25 for adults and Rs 20 for children