Enter the top-secret world of spying and espionage and discover how to solve a diabolical crime. Your mission – to solve a case of the highest importance: the world’s most powerful computer chip has been stolen from the Brainiac Corporation. The chip contains highly classified information that could cause an international cyber security disaster should it end up in the wrong hands!
Top Secret: Licence to Spy is Scitech’s latest exhibition. Visitors act as secret agents, uncovering facts and investigating leads to solve the crime. The exhibition consists of 21 individual science exhibitions and demonstrates how scientific thinking can be used to solve problems.
Collect clues, analyse evidence and draw conclusions to deduce which of the six suspects is the culprit. Utilising a series of coded messages and satellite surveillance you’ll need to employ your top observation, data gathering and code-breaking skills as you explore the science and technology behind spying and espionage.
Upon arrival, you will be presented with a scenario and six suspects. Armed with a spy file your challenge is to gather intelligence from selected exhibits to uncover information on the suspects, leading you on a journey of discovery into the secret world of spies.
The exhibition is targeted towards families and students and encourages collaboration amoung individuals to piece together clues and fulfil the mission. Older children and teenagers will be especially enticed by the challenge of working through the entire exhibition however younger children will benefit from stand-alone interactive exhibits.
Due to capacity restrictions, online bookings are essential. Register now!
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