(Last Updated on : 20-08-2013)
Burdwan Science Centre hosts an interesting voyage around science. It is located in the district of Bardhaman
, just in front of the University of Burdwan
. It was built as a joint venture of the Central government, the government of West Bengal
and the University of Burdwan. Being a famous tourist destination, it is visited by a number of tourists from different parts of the country.
Amazing facts and mechanisms of science are displayed in Burdwan Science Centre as a work of magic. The prominent exhibition of the centre includes the mystery behind flying objects, game of moving balloons and balls, wonders of chemistry and many more. In addition to these, computer trainings and discussion sessions are also organized in the centre. Anyone can visit this science centre within the timing of 11.30 am to 7 pm.
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