Regional Science Centre

Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh 517507
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Regional Science Centre, Tirupati (RSCT), situated at the foothills of Tirumala, on Alipiri-Zoo Park Road, is an activity-oriented non-formal science education destination for all cross-sections of people.

Regional Science Centre, Tirupati (RSCT), situated at the foothills of Tirumala, on Alipiri-Zoo Park Road, is an activity-oriented non-formal science education destination for all cross-sections of people.

Regional Science Centre, Tirupati (RSCT), situated at the foothills of Tirumala, on Alipiri-Zoo Park Road, is an activity-oriented non-formal science education destination for all cross-sections of people.

Regional science center imparts information to individuals and is considered as a standout amongst the most vital asset of instruction. There is a section ticket of Rs 10 for every individual and for the understudies the passage charge is Rs 5.

The local science focus offers a considerable measure and has pre memorable and antiquated things. The principle fascination of this middle is the 3D screen, a science stop outside, and the ancient section, people are interested to visit the inside it’s not a crowded place and the environment over there is calm and composed.

3D indicates are sorted out, however, are not every day run in view of the inaccessibility of individuals. There are 6 galleries in the prehistoric section area that clears our uncertainty with respect to the universe and a considerable lot of the inquiries of understudies are replied by going to this segment.

Aside from this, there is a zoo close to the territorial science focus where you will discover different animals and birds and can enjoy watching them. The Regional science focus comprises of a recreation center brimming with greenery and there is a huge sculpture of winged serpent made up of stone and attracts children.

It opens at 10 am to 6 pm and on Sundays, it remains open till 6.30 pm.

Other visit near Regional Science Center is Chandragiri Fort

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How to reach Regional Science Centre from Tirupati Bus Station:-
  • It is 6 kilometers from Tirupathi RTC Bus Stand. Bus stops may found everywhere town from there you’ll catch a bus as your required.
  • It takes 30 -40 minutes to travel from Tirupathi Bus Stand to Regional Science Center.
  • Auto’s also available for this site.
  • TTD free buses are also available for this place.
How to reach Regional Science Centre from Tirupati Railway Station:
  • The approximate driving distance between Tirupathi Railway Station to Regional Science Center is 6.5 km
  • It takes 30 -40 minutes to travel from Tirupathi Railway Station to Regional Science Center.
  • APSRTC buses will go this place.
  • Auto’s also available for this site.
  • Private taxis are also available to this place.
 How to reach Regional Science Centre from Tirupati Airport(Renigunta):
  • It takes 28 minutes to travel from Tirupathi Airport to Regional Science Center.
  • The approximate driving distance between Tirupathi Airport to Regional Science Center is 18.2 km
  • Private taxis is also available for this site.
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The center has 6 permanent exhibition galleries: ‘Fun Science’, ‘Popular Science’, ‘Our Universe’, ‘Our Senses’, ‘Illusion’ and ‘Emerging Technology’. The outdoor science park of RSCT with lush green lawns, sprawling over an area of 5 acres, houses a number of participatory exhibits, Prehistoric life park, Herbal garden & animal corner.

The center offers experience-based science learning in a serene atmosphere. The 3D Theatre, Science Shows and Taramandal at the center are some more major attractions of RSCT, especially for the students. The center also organizes many education extension programmes throughout the year focused on all ages.

Regional Science Centre, Tirupati, is a constituent unit of the National Council of Science Museums (NCSM) an autonomous body under the Ministry of Culture, Govt. of India and is directly under the administrative control of Visvesvaraya Industrial and Technological Museum, Bangalore. RSCT was dedicated to the nation on September 23, 1993, by the then Hon’ble President of India, Dr. Shanker Dayal Sharma.

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