Join us on Saturday 5th March for Science in the Park
Scientists from the University of Nottingham and Nottingham Trent University are joining forces to provide a range of exciting family friendly activities at Wollaton Park on Saturday 5th March for the return of Science in the Park and visitors can also visit the Titus exhibition.
Finding out the secrets of the amazing colour changing octopus, getting up close to an electric racing car, checking out Wollaton Hall’s Natural History Museum and making a sweet cannon are just some of the interactive activities on offer for budding scientists at this year’s Science in the Park event.
Visitors will also have the opportunity to explore the Hall, including its Natural History Museum.
Date: Saturday 5th March
Time: 11 am – 2.30pm (last entry – event closes at 3pm)
Car parking charges apply.
Event is open to all.
The Science in the Park at Wollaton Hall & Park will have a wide range of exhibitors ready to share about STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths).
Nature, evolution & the Earth
Understand more about sea creatures, land animals, evolution and sustainability of the planet.
Biology & Medicine
Discover the science of you, distinguishing what is helpful from what is harmful.
Robotics & Electrics
Explore movement with electrical objects, their uses and potential.
Maths & Computing
Learn about the importance of Maths and computing in everyday life.
Explore psychology and the science of you with developments of the mind.