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Are you looking for your new SPACE – a special PLACE?

April 2018

OFFICE SPACE AVAILABLE

Are you looking for your new SPACE – a special PLACE?

A rare opportunity …
The Cape Town Science Centre is a hub for education. We share our building with other like-minded organisations, and currently have four tenant partners in our building. We can now welcome two new tenant partners from 1 April 2018.

Current tenant partners:
– Two Oceans Education Foundation
– ORT SA CAPE
– Living Maths
– Dream Factory Foundation

If you would like to join our hub of education, please contact Axolelwe on 021 300 3200 or admin@ctsc.org.za

More about the Cape Town Science Centre

The Cape Town Science Centre (CTSC) is a registered Non-Profit and Public Benefit Organisation, established in 2000 with a Mission to make a hands-on contribution to South Africa’s future by strengthening its science and technology culture through interactive methods of teaching: to excite the youth and public about science, and offer educational services to schools.

The Cape Town Science Centre (CTSC) strives to continue providing opportunities to support the formal education system and the increasingly-essential learning that takes place outside of the classroom. These opportunities that the Science Centre provides not only support the focused learning taking place at schools but encourage a love for life-long learning and a scientifically knowledgeable society. This is an essential investment in our communities and ultimately South Africa to help us a face the challenges of today such as scarce skills, a rapidly advancing technological age and challenges that have science central to their solution such as food scarcity, energy shortages, climate change and others.

The CTSC moved from Canal Walk (then MTN Sciencentre) in to its new home in Observatory towards the end of 2011. With over 280 interactive exhibits, a broad selection of people-centered activities, which includes science shows, science quizzes, popular science talks, Camera Obscura tours and many others, it remains a favorite destination for both young and old in Cape Town.

Entry fees to the Cape Town Science Centre are subsidized by various donors that support the Mission of the centre. The Cape Town Science Centre values and encourages the support of the communities they serve.