Our largest gallery is packed with interactive exhibits that bring the science of the human body to life.
Your pupils can discover how amazing and unique we are, as well as how (and why!) we can keep our bodies healthy. All About Me feature four areas:
Complement your visit with one of our body-themed schools programmes:
Our SoundSpace gallery is a hands-on exploration into the science of sound and music.
In this colourful and immersive experience, children take a trip on a musical spaceship and meet Orby – and inquisitive alien from the Planet Zid.
SoundSpace provides a questioning environment where children can:
SoundSpace provides a questioning environment where children test out the different properties of sound in a series of pods; create their own compositions and take part in interactive performances.
Music: Pupils will get the opportunity to play tuned and un-tuned instruments musically, and to experiment with, create, select and combine sounds using the inter-related dimensions of music.
Music: Your pupils can improvise and compose music for a range of purposes using the inter-related dimensions of music.
Science: Children will have the opportunity to:
Our Living & Working Together gallery provides a wonderful opportunity to role-play and investigate how things work in the adult world.
Children can explore how we live and work together as they become cashiers, post workers and mechanics. Pupils can try out some everyday grown-up tasks such as withdrawing (pretend) cash from a (real) cash machine, going shopping and making lunch.
At the heart of Living & Working Together is our Town Square on the ground floor, complete with fountain, high street and even a police box. The other main areas are:
SoundGarden is an indoor magical garden bursting with opportunities for play and discovery. Orby the Alien has used her magical powers to make visitors very, very small so that they can experience the sounds of nature in a giant-sized garden – not to mention the sights, smells and textures too!
All exhibits in SoundGarden have been designed to support the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS).
Early Years Foundation Stage
Desert Discovery is a special habitat inspired by the environment of the Mojave Desert in the USA, with its own quarry, campfire and oasis.
It is sensory experience packed with exhibits designed to support all areas of the Early Years Foundation Stage.
Our Spark gallery is different from the other galleries at Eureka! It’s interactive (just like everything else) but hosts temporary exhibitions that showcase the most exciting and creative digital technology from around the world.
The changing programme of exhibitions will challenge your pupils to think differently about art and how they interact with the digital world. It will encourage your class to be creative in new and unexpected ways.