Life is home to a whole host of exhibitions - some permanent and some visiting for anywhere from a few weeks to several months.
Because we're a science centre, our idea of an exhibition might be a bit different from what you're used to; they tend to be interactive and hands-on, so don't be afraid to get involved!
See Lego versions of some of your favourite North East landmarks created by local Lego builder Steve Mayes.
Brick History is a journey into over 50 of the most pivotal moments in world history – recreated in LEGO® bricks.
This exhibition showcases the ‘big telescopes family’ – both ground- and space-based instruments – with a focus on the UK’s science and technology expertise and economic benefits.
Featuring lifelike moving dinosaurs, Dino Jaws explores the sometimes gruesome and often disgusting subject of dinosaurs and their food.
Are you curious? The Curiosity Zone is a place that gives you the opportunity to think like a scientist, not somewhere that tells you things scientists have already found out.
Get up close to our collection of skeletons and full body recreations of Neanderthal, Australopithicus and Homo erectus!
Brain Zone lets you understand what’s going on inside your head through exciting, fun activities and exhibits.
A hands-on area at Life for under 7s. It’s an exciting, stimulating and safe world where children get to take charge, learn new things and have fun.
Explore how real science is done; carry out practical experiments using proper tools and materials and meet real-life working scientists.