(Last Updated on : 24-11-2014)
Kerala, besides being a tourist hub, is also renowned for its cultural heritage. But in addition to this, Kerala has also stepped forward towards the world of science and technology. As a result of this, the Regional Science Centre and Planetarium was established in 1997 at Calicut in Kerala.
Being a typical science center and planetarium, it exhibits items based on various aspects of science, technology and planetarium.
The museum allows people to enjoy the scientific models and exhibitions from 10:30am to 6:30pm. But it has to be remembered that the center remains closed on every Mondays and on the occasion of Onam and Diwali.
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