Pocket Science Funfair
AboutThe Pocket Science Funfair is a travelling roadshow full of hands-on activities for kids aged 7+. Each stall offers a puzzle or a challenge, with a little bit of science thrown in. You'll play funfair games, solve optical illusions and construct Rube Goldberg machines. Parents are encouraged to join in, and our team will be on hand to help explain the facts behind the fun.
“I thought the energy and enthusiasm of the volunteers was fantastic. Their ability to capture the attention of the young people was great. Fantastic team!”
Richard Robinson is a science educator and author. He founded Brighton Science Festival and has written 20 books about science, including the best-selling Why the Toast Always Lands Butter Side Down.
This is a drop-in event, feel free to come along at any time, 10am-4pm.
Online or on the door: £5 per child. (under- 7s free. No unaccompanied children).
NOTE: Tickets on sale at the door all day - cash only (but allow an hour for your visit)
DatesSaturday 17 February 2024 - Sunday 18 February 2024 (UTC+00)
44th Brighton Scout Hut (by the Co-op)
21 Old London Road, Patcham, Brighton, BN1 8XR