The Regional Science Centre is situated in the Shyamla Hills area of Bhopal, India. The place is constructed with the mission to popularize science and technology among people and specially among students. The place was inaugurated in the year 1995 by the then president Mr. Shankar Dayal Sharma. The place is a popular destination and one of the constituent units of the National Council of Science Museums or NCSM.
The Regional Science Centre is open every day of the week. However, it is closed on festivals of Holi and Diwali. The centre incorporates over 266 science exhibits out of which most are interactive. The campus of The Regional Science Centre spans over 5-acre out of which 3-acres are dedicated to the Science Park that consists of more than 60 exhibits. Besides the park, the centre has a zoo and a small Dinosaur Park.
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