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[title size=”2″]Description[/title]

Proclaiming themselves as “a place where science and art collide,” the Science Gallery has had over one million visitors since its opening in 2008. The Science Gallery prides itself on being a promoter of passionate debate in science through past exhibitions such as Visceral, where biotechnology is used to create artworks from living tissues; Human+, a dive into topics on human development and guided evolution; and Love Lab, exploring human love and sexuality through the latest discoveries in biology, neuroscience and psychology.

The Science Gallery has no permanent exhibitions, instead using a rolling system of scheduled events and temporary installations planned in one-year blocks. Visitors should plan their trips accordingly to avoid disappointment.

[title size=”2″]Opening Times[/title]

The Science Gallery has no permanent exhibitions. Opening times vary in accordance with events and exhibitions currently available to the public. Monthly schedules can be found at sciencegallery.com/opening-hours.

[title size=”2″]Admission[/title]

Admission varies by event type. Live talks and performances are ticket or membership only and all tickets must be purchased in advance. Exhibitions may be free or carry an entrance charge.

For more information on upcoming events, tickets and admission prices, go to sciencegallery.com/events.


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The Naughton Institute,
Pearse Street,
Trinity College, Dublin 2
Telephone: +353 1 896 4091
Email: info@sciencegallery.com
WEBSITE: sciencegallery.com
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