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Science Through the Ages Weekend Programme

To understand a Science, one needs to know the history. Let’s go back into the history of science and celebrate some local and international scientists! Visit us at the CTSC every Saturday for some amazing science workshops and demonstrations that will celebrate the history of scientific research. We will be highlighting new scientists every weekend, […]

STEM Clubs News & Resources

The Cape Town Science Centre, in collaboration with the Western Cape Education Department, has earmarked STEM Clubs as a strategic extra-curricular support programme to promote STEM engagement, literacy and career development in the Western Cape. For STEM Club support at the Cape Town Science Centre, please contact stemclubs@ctsc.org.za or 021 300 3200.

Astron Energy Matric Masterclasses

ASTRON ENERGY MASTERCLASSES FOR GRADE 12 PHYSICAL SCIENCE LEARNERS TO ENHANCE PERFORMANCE IN PHYSICAL SCIENCE We are back by popular demand! The Cape Town Science Centre invites you to the Astron Energy Masterclasses. We recognise the challenges learners are facing that affect their performance and we wish to continue with our Masterclasses. These classes have […]

The CTSC is OPEN

The CTSC is OPEN! We are open for WALK-IN VISITS, SCHOOL GROUPS and BIRTHDAY PARTY bookings. SCHOOL GROUPS and BIRTHDAY PARTY bookings – Slots are filling up fast. Make your booking today. Email info@ctsc.org.za or call 021 300 3200 or 083 276 9508 WALK-IN VISITS Monday to Saturday – 9:00 to 16:30 Sunday – Closed […]

NEW AstroTrek Virtual Reality Exhibition

NEW AstroTrek Virtual Reality Exhibition at the Cape Town Science Centre sponsored by NRF SARAO (South African Radio Astronomy Observatory). Space exploration has come to the CTSC! Join us as we trek across the universe without actually leaving Cape Town. How you may ask? Introducing AstroTrek, the new Virtual Reality exhibition unveiled at the CTSC […]

Happy Heritage Day

Happy Heritage Day! Did you know? The 24th of September use to be called Shaka Day, in memory of Shaka, the Zulu king (they think this was the date of his death in 1828. King Shaka was integral in uniting the different Zulu clans into a cohesive nation. They would gather at his grave each […]

Online Coding Club – NEW COURSE

NEW COURSE – Introduction to Small Basics, a text-based coding platform You may be wondering why your kids should learn to code? Coding is a fun way to express your imagination, creativity, and logical thinking all at once! When you learn to code, you develop various skills, such as how to break down complex problems […]