Children (3+): £4.50
Children (2s and under): FREE
Family (2 adults + 2 children
OR 1 adult + 3 children): £18.00
STEM Passport holder: FREE
Groups: £3.75 per child
All groups must book in advance by contacting 01224 640 340.
Home Educators special admission rate £3.75 per child.
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: 10am-4pm
Saturday and Sunday: 10am-5pm
Local and School Holidays: 10am-5pm
Located near the lively beach boulevard in the city of Aberdeen, Aberdeen Science Centre is easy to get to by bus (number 15), train, and car — with free onsite parking.
Aberdeen Science Centre is 10 minutes walk from the city centre. From the Castlegate, head along Justice Street and then into Park Street. Continue along Park Street then into Constitution Street. Satrosphere is situated on the left hand side of the street.
Aberdeen is on the East Coast main line and Aberdeen Science Centre is approximately a 20 minute walk from the station.
Established in 1989, Aberdeen Science Centre (formerly Satrosphere) is a pioneer of interactive science discovery in Scotland. Today our dynamic team continues to develop interactive programmes transporting visitors, of all ages and backgrounds, to the heart of discovery.
We bring cutting edge research to life through collaboration with universities and industry partners, hosting major events for high profile celebrations such as British Science Week and European Researchers’ Night.
We work with the public, communities, and schools to help inspire and enthuse.
We are a registered Scottish Charity (No. SC014922).
“For our University outreach activities, Aberdeen Science Centre provides a unique resource, giving the most effective, immersive venue through which to bring our cutting-edge science and research to a diverse audience.
Professor Dame Anne Glover, Vice Principal, University of Aberdeen.
``The Science Centre is an excellent attraction and a fantastic asset for Aberdeen.``
Kirsty Blackman MP, Aberdeen North