Life science centre, Sensation

22nd September 2000 at 01:00
Scotland's first interactive life science centre, Sensation, in Dundee, combines fun and learning with the accent on the senses. Exhibits include giant model heads, ears and eyes. "Visitors can crawl through a leaf, climb up a giant nose, find out what it's like to have a bird's-eye view of the world or ty carrying out their own keyhole surgery," says education manager Alice Hague.

School visits include a 20 to 30-minute presentation on themes including sound and light.

Tel: 01382 228800, fax 01382 868602, www.sensation.org.uk Open daily 10am-6pm, pound;2.75 a pupil, free adult 1:8 pupils.


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