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Experience Exciting Science Activities this Easter at Dynamic Earth Edinburgh

This Easter holiday and during the Edinburgh Science Festival, Dynamic Earth in Edinburgh is offering a jam-packed programme of events for the entire family to enjoy. From planetarium shows like Pink Floyd – The Dark Side of the Moon, to interactive science-based activity sessions, there is something for everyone to explore.

One of the highlights is the ‘Senses Working Overtime’ event, where experts will delve into the science behind colour changing carrots and how plants can affect your sense of taste. Dive into the world of marine science at the North Sea 3D exhibit, where you can use virtual reality to explore beneath a North Sea wind farm and even control an underwater robot. At the ‘Carbon Capturers’ session, meet scientists working on solutions for global issues like carbon emissions and freshwater shortages.

And of course, it wouldn’t be Easter without an egg hunt! Travel through time at Dynamic Earth’s themed galleries to collect clues about coral, dinosaurs, catsharks, and penguins. Solve the puzzle and receive a tasty Easter treat.

Dynamic Earth is the leading Earth Science engagement charity in the UK and the only science center and planetarium dedicated to the story of planet earth. Mark Bishop, CEO of Dynamic Earth, is excited about the partnership with the Edinburgh Science Festival and the opportunity to showcase the wonders of science through a variety of engaging activities.

Whether it’s exploring deep space in the planetarium or getting hands-on with cutting-edge technology, Dynamic Earth promises to fascinate and entertain visitors this Easter. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to experience the magic of science firsthand at Dynamic Earth in Edinburgh.

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