A free science factory is coming to WAFI

Kids can "become invisible" and take part in challenges at the activation

A free science factory is coming to WAFI

Science is the coolest, and newest, type of edutainment to take over kiddie world, and WAFI will be hosting an interactive exhibition for families which will showcase the best that it has to offer.

WAFI Science Factory will feature knowledge-boosting challenges and fun activities, created with the help of a team of scientists, physicists, geologists and astronomers.

The event, which will be held in collaboration with World Touring Exhibitions, will take place from Tuesday February 26 until mid-April – so there’s plenty of time to head there and enjoy.

“Following the success of Ripley’s Believe It or Not!, we’re really focusing on bringing exciting, educational events to WAFI which appeal to families. We want people to come and enjoy the activation. It's interactive, innovative, fun, educational and entertaining,” said Katherine Revett, head of central marketing at Wafi Property LLC.

“WAFI will be buzzing with this family-friendly event and kids will be wowed with the extraordinary elements spread across the site. Visitors will experience science, math, physics, natural disasters, nature, solar energy, biology, music and more while having fun at WAFI’s Science Factory,” she added.

Young ones and adults alike will get to experience being invisible and even tornadoes and earthquakes through 40 machines across WAFI Science Factory.

We’ll finally get our invisibility cloak, exactly what we wished for on that Facebook quiz.
Free. Feb 26 to mid-Apr. Open Sat-Wed 10am-10pm, Thu-Fri 10am-midnight. Oud Metha Road, wafi.com (04 324 4555).

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