Discovery Centre

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Discovery Centre
Established 1990
Location Halifax, Nova Scotia
Type science museum
Website Discovery Centre

The Discovery Centre, re-opened its new location at 1215 Lower Water Street, in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The Discovery Centre is a non-profit, registered charitable organization that is passionate about its mission to bring STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and math) to life through fun, interactive learning experiences.

From its beginnings as a travelling science show now to its spectacular new home on the Halifax Waterfront, the Discovery Centre has grown a lot over 30 years of operation.

With the support of local, regional and national private sector corporations, including funding from three levels of government helped raise $20 million in the Discovery Centre Atlantic Canada's premiere Science Centre.

But through it all, the Discovery Centre has stayed true to its vision: using its facility, people and passion for demonstrating how STEAM can empower our youth, grow Nova Scotia’s knowledge-based economy and inspire an innovative culture by showcasing our best and brightest.

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The museum is affiliated with the Canadian Museums Association, Canadian Association of Science Centres, Association of Science and Technology Centres, and the Virtual Museum of Canada.

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Coordinates: Earth 44°38′46″N 63°34′24″W / 44.646094°N 63.573469°W / 44.646094; -63.573469