Exhibition | Ages 5+

Tuesday 7 and Thursday 9 April
9am–10am | 1 hour

To provide an accessible environment to members of the autistic community we are hosting an early doors session at the National Museum of Scotland for Pale Blue Dot.

To celebrate Scotland’s Year of Coasts and Waters, Edinburgh Science presents a brand-new interactive exhibition, Pale Blue Dot.

Dive head-first into our seas and oceans in this multi-sensory exploration of everything marine. Taking you through every layer of the ocean, Pale Blue Dot explores the vast, majesty and mystery of our seas. From amazing aquatic animals to incredible ecosystems, ocean bounty and intriguing research, find out what makes the underwater world so special and learn how we can protect one of the most precious habitats on Earth. Pale Blue Dot encourages you to explore your own relationship with the oceans and discover more about the waters that surround us.

Showcasing new and existing art from Scottish and international artists, Marco BarottiHannah Imlach and Matthew Rimmer.

Presented in partnership by National Museums Scotland and Edinburgh Science Festival

https://www.sciencefestival.co.uk/event-details/autism-friendly-sessions-pale-blue-dot