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Our guide to the very best of the UK's science & knowledge events and attractions. We've been busy finding the very best things for you to do, places to visit, and events to attend across the UK in 2012.

  • Nature Live at the Attenborough Studio Science & Knowledge

    From ladybird spotting and dinosaurs to how nature inspires fashion, the topical Nature Live programme offers an exciting way of exploring the natural world. An interactive experience, visitors join experts in fascinating discussions about the world of natural sciences.  Read more

  • New Forest and Hampshire County Show Science & Knowledge

    The long-standing New Forest and Hampshire County Show, held at the showground in Brockenhurst, showcases traditional country pursuits, new agricultural innovations and demonstrations. Spectators can enjoy a range of equestrian classes and livestock competitions.  Read more

  • Newcastle Science Festival, Newcastle. Courtesy of Goulding PR Newcastle Science Festival Science & Knowledge

    The Newcastle Science Festival returns to the city with amazing robots, incredible inventions and the occasional fireball. With plenty of activities for kids and adults, this festival promises fun and learning for all the family.  Read more

  • Fun at the One World Festival, Sevenoaks School. One World Summer Festival Science & Knowledge

    The all-holistic, GM-free, New Age, organic One World Summer Festival arrives in beautiful Spinkhill, Derbyshire. The camp offers two separate weeks celebrating all things alternative.

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  • Ould Lammas Fair Science & Knowledge

    Ould Lammas Fair at Ballycastle claims to be Ireland's oldest festival, dating back to the 17th century. Today it's famous for dulse, edible seaweed collected from local shores and dried out, and yellow man, which is similar to sweet rock.  Read more

  • Viola. Photo by Bree Hogg, © Whatsonwhen Oxford May Music Festival Science & Knowledge

    Taking place in the 18th-century Holywell Music Room in Oxford's city centre, the town celebrates May Day with a special festival of concerts and lectures. The programme explores topics relating to literature, science and music.  Read more

  • The Paignton & Dartmouth Steam Railway at full steam. © Dart Valley Railway plc Paignton & Dartmouth Steam Railway Science & Knowledge

    The Paignton & Dartmouth Steam Railway runs for seven miles along the English Riviera. It provides train-mad children (and adults) with a fabulous opportunity to enjoy the spectacular Devon coastline.  Read more

  • Perth's South Inch - with St Leonard's in the Fields behind Perth Show Science & Knowledge

    The Perth Show at South Inch is one of the highlights of the local agricultural year. Two days of fun feature livestock competitions (from Clydesdale horses to Shetland ponies, Aberdeen Angus cattle, goats and sheep), displays (including jousting) and stalls.  Read more

  • A demon mask from the Pitt Rivers Museum, Oxford, England. Courtesy of the Pitt Rivers Museum Pitt Rivers Museum Science & Knowledge

    The Pitt Rivers Museum is the ethnographic museum of Oxford University, a treasure trove of man's creations from all over the world. Discover artefacts from a witch in a bottle to Hawaiian feather cloaks and a Kalabari household shrine.  Read more

  • Formula Palmer Audi racing car in action at Brands Hatch. Courtesy of Race Car Live Race Car Live Science & Knowledge

    Race Car Live (aka the London Motorsport Show) returns to its new home, Brands Hatch Circuit. It offers car and karting enthusiasts the opportunity to get close to some of the machines and maybe even take a few around the track.  Read more

  • Rafael Lozano-Hemmer: Recorders Rafael Lozano-Hemmer: Recorders Science & Knowledge

    Pioneering artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer uses highly sophisticated responsive technologies such as robotics, video projection, and sound to sense the actions of nearby people. This installation at Manchester Art Gallery allows visitors to leave a trace of themselves in his art.  Read more

  • Red Kite Mountain Bike Bash Science & Knowledge

    The Red Kite Mountain Bike Bash welcomes cyclists to the rugged and dramatic Cambrian Mountain terrain surrounding Llanwrtyd Wells. The three-day programme features guided rides varying in length from 15 to 35 miles.  Read more

  • Refugee Week, London. Courtesy of Refugee Week Refugee Week Science & Knowledge

    Refugee Week is the United Kingdom's chance to celebrate the contribution of refugees to their society. Celebrating British diversity, a week of cultural events take place up and down the country and consider themes of identity and home.  Read more

  • The Horned Helmet at the entrance to the Royal Armouries, Leeds. Photo by Pawel Libera, courtesy of Britain on View Royal Armouries Science & Knowledge

    Falconry, displays of uniforms and real jousting by knights in armour are among the sights at The Royal Armouries on Leeds' riverside. Modern and purpose-built in 1996, the museum serves as both a family attraction and an important national archive.  Read more

  • Royal Observatory Greenwich, Greenwich. Courtesy of VisitLondon/Britain on View Royal Observatory Greenwich Science & Knowledge

    Home of Greenwich Mean Time and the Prime Meridian Line, the Royal Observatory is part of the Greenwich UNESCO site. Designed by Sir Christopher Wren in 1675, its striking domed building can be admired from across the park.  Read more

  • Royal Ulster Winter Fair Science & Knowledge

    The King's Hall presents the Royal Ulster Winter Fair, an indoor showing of some of Northern Ireland's best dairy cattle. As well as competitions for the best breeds, more than 120 companies exhibit services and machinery relating to the dairy industry.  Read more

  • Royal Welsh Agricultural Winter Show, Llanelwedd. Courtesy of Royal Welsh Show Royal Welsh Agricultural Winter Show Science & Knowledge

    The Royal Welsh Agricultural Winter Show draws thousands of spectators each year to the Royal Welsh Showground in Llanelwedd for livestock shows, trade stalls, show-jumping and a gymkhana. Browse stands displaying affordable gifts for Christmas such as homemade jam and handicrafts.  Read more

  • Royal Welsh Show. Courtesy of Royal Welsh Show Royal Welsh Show Science & Knowledge

    The Royal Welsh Show is held at the Royal Welsh Showground, Builth Wells. Europe's largest agricultural show, it features thousands of farm animals and trade stands covering all aspects of Welsh farming and rural life, attracting over 200,000 visitors every year.  Read more

  • Royal Welsh Smallholder and Garden Festival. Courtesy of Royal Welsh Show Royal Welsh Smallholder and Garden Festival Science & Knowledge

    The Royal Welsh Smallholder and Garden Festival, held at Llanelwedd's Royal Welsh Showground, features all manner of farming and horticulture-related activities. Attractions include folk-dance festival, falconry and an insight into the art of beekeeping from the Welsh Beekeepers Association.

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  • Satrosphere, Aberdeen. Courtesy of Satrosphere Satrosphere Science & Knowledge

    Satrosphere on the Beach Links offers a fascinating insight into all things scientific. Founded in 1989, visitors can delve into a world of exploration and discovery through a range of hands-on exhibits, experiments, workshops and shows.  Read more

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