Telus Spark to reopen this weekend with inflatable art & Animals Inside Out
Well, friends! This week, after having been closed for several months, the Telus Spark Science Centre in Calgary is reopening its doors to the public, and wowie, things have changed!
For starters, in addition to new precautionary measures which include timed and online booking among other things, they’ve also added new exhibits! Since announcing that they were taking a hiatus due to the COVID-19 virus, they’ve finished the Tuponia Trail, a pathway system that will walk guests through a collection of unique inflatables and other art installations.
Visitors will also now be able to see two new films in the Telus Centre’s movie dome. A 360° Trip to Berlin, and the Superpower Dogs movie, narrated by Captain America himself Chris Evans.
Inside the centre itself, Calgarians who may have missed their Body Worlds: Animals Inside Out exhibit, will be thrilled to hear that they have chosen to keep it around until August 16th!
“Unlike most things at a science centre, it lends itself perfectly to a hands-off experience,” CEO Mary Anne Moser said in a news release.
The Telus Spark Science Centre, as well as their Brainasium Outdoor Park, will reopen at 10 am on Thursday, for members only, again on Friday, for Frontline Workers, and then finally at 11 am sharp, this Saturday, July 11th to the general public! Tickets have also been reduced, for the time being, so get them ASAP, Calgs! Ah, we’ve missed you, Spark. Welcome back!
When: Saturday, July 11th to the general public
Where: 220 St. George’s Drive NE, Calgary
Time: 11 am
Cost: $10.99 +