Regional Science Centre, Bhopal

General Info

The Science Centre is open to public on all days including Sundays and public holidays from 10.30 a.m. to 6.00 p.m. The Centre is closed on Holi & Diwali.
Opening Hours 10:30 am to 6:00 pm
 
Campus
The Regional Science Center is unique in whole of Madhya Pradesh, Spread over 5 acres of landscape with varieties of plants, trees and shrubs. The RSC building architecture is special where more than 266 science exhibits related to mechanics, energy, sound, light, atmosphere etc. are installed. Most of the exhibits are intended for the visitors to interact and gain hands-on experience.
 
Looking back
The Regional Science Center Bhopal was opened on 12th January 1995 by the then president of India late Shankar Dayal Sharma. This center is one of the 27 constituent units of National Council of Science Museums (NCSM) which is an autonomous scientific organization under the Ministry of Culture, Govt. of India, engaged in popularizing Science and Technology amongst students in particular and the masses in general, through a wide range of activities and interactive programmes.
 
Admission Fees (per head)
The Centre is located on the Shyamla Hills. The nearest bus stops are at Polytechnic Circle and Jawahar Chowk Depot Chowraha, about 1 Km away. The distance from Habibgunj Rly stn is 9 km and from Bhopal Rly stn is 7 km.


 
Sl No
Particulars
General Visitors
Group Visitors (25 or More)
Students in organised School group
Students from Govt/Muncipal Schools
1
Entry Ticket to Science Centre
25/-
20/-
10/-
5/-
2
3D Science show
20/-
15/-
10/-
5/-
3
Taramandal/Science Film
Show/SDL
10/-
10/-
10/-
5/-


The Science Centre Bhopal is visited by over 1,50, 000 people every year. They gather the knowledge and experience the basic principles and wonders of science & technology. Last year about 81,354 school children visited and participated in the activities of the center.
 
  • To popularize Science and Technology in cities, urban and rural areas for the benefit of students and the common men.
     
  • To portray the growth of science and technology and their application in human welfare, develop scientific attitude and temper and general awareness amongst the people.
     
  • To organize exhibitions, seminars, popular lectures, science camps/shows and other programmes.
     
  • To collect, restore and preserve important historical objects which represent landmarks in the development of science, technology.
     
  • To develop and fabricate science museum exhibits, for science education and popularization of science.