What's on: Ice Ice Baby! Science Show

Our crazy presenter tries to send the planet into another ice age using liquid nitrogen. Come to the coolest show on Earth… literally!

Liquid nitrogen experiment

Liquid nitrogen experiment
Photographer: Lee Simpson © Creative Commons

Event Type:
Kids
Date:
11 January 2018
Time:
11, 12, 13 & 18, 19, 20 January, 10.30am-11am & 11.30am-12pm
Location:
Australian Museum
Admission:
Child $8, Member adult $8, non-Member adult $23, non-Member concession $16 (tickets include a seat at the show and access to the Museum)

Our crazy presenter tries to send the planet into another ice age.

Come to the coolest show on Earth…literally!

Watch as we snap-freeze certain objects using liquid nitrogen and take you on a journey back to the time of the woolly mammoth to answer questions like, ‘What did mammoth breath look like?’, ‘What does carbon dioxide have to do with a cooling or warming planet?’, ‘Why did reptiles survive the cold?’

This show is like a snowball rolling down a hill... it gets bigger, better, messier and leads to an explosive finale!

Ages: 5 + (recommended)

Dates: 11, 12, 13 & 17, 18, 19 January

Time: 10:30 AM & 11:30 AM (show runs for approx. 30 minutes)

Note: Adults accompanying children also need to purchase a seat.

Presented by Science Safari.

 

Last Updated: