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A Travel Blog entry by mgraveli from Sudbury, Ontario, Canada
So today I get to go to the Big Nickel and Dynamic Earth. I put off this trip yesterday so I would have an adventure the last day and because the last two days have been so beautiful I didn't want to waste them underground. But hiking yesterday got my ...
A Travel Blog entry by terrycj from Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom
... of honors and political agreements; just to name a few. A short walk from the palace is a science centre called "The Dynamic Earth". A science centre very much aimed at children and giving them a sensory overdose on the wonders of the living earth. How ...
A Travel Blog entry by mgraveli from Sudbury, Ontario, Canada
So I went. I went to Dynamic Earth. It took two hours to walk across town, walk up an entrance ramp to a highway but I got to see the second best tourist attraction in Sudbury. Again similar to Science North it was modern. The exhibits showed the ...
A Travel Blog entry by butterflydancer from Auckland, New Zealand
... Good choice. I like Wellington. It is a very liveable city. It is, in my opinion, what a city should be - vibrant, dynamic with markets and businesses built into neighborhoods. Walkable. I visited Te Papa Museum of New Zealand, the National Museum, ...
A Travel Blog entry by teamho from Walt Disney World, Florida, United States
... when it was just the two of us, or when we were walking together a bit behind everyone. Of course there were a few group dynamic things to work out, but I really had a ton of fun, and I am so excited for future trips for us together. Love, Lindsay ...
A Travel Blog entry by wanderlustige_3 from Brampton, Ontario, Canada
... up our souveniers and take some pictures before heading to Brampton for the night.Traveling only a few kilometres from Dynamic Earth we encountered our own technical difficulties.Pulling into the Shell station closeby we determined that our difficulties ...
A Travel Blog entry by pohlinger31 from Liverpool, England, United Kingdom
... very interesting to me, I don't have much background information on this topic. He recommended his other course, "Diversity of the Dynamic Earth" so I came back for this lecture at 2.00pm. Diversity of the Dynamic Earth is a more ecology based course, ...
A Travel Blog entry by griffco from Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom
... is a road that connects Holyrood House to Edinburgh Castle and is jammed to the brim with stores, restaurants, etc; the "Our Dynamic Earth", which is like a science centre, and lots of other attractions. After getting off the bus at Waverly ...
A Travel Blog entry by briankathy from Edinburgh, United Kingdom
... and I at a bar joining in with the locals singing "wild rover" and stamping our feet and the bar. I agree with the above....Dynamic Earth started out interesting and fun, but by the end I was wondering when I could leave. The Dungeon was pretty funny, ...
A Travel Blog entry by brytorlyn from Sault Ste Marie Ontario, Ontario, Canada
... to Sudbury was smooth sailing. In Sudbury we decided to stop and see the Big Nickel,which is located next to Dynamic Earth. Usually, when we drive through Sudbury we stop at Science North and Dynamic Earth. Both are fun with lots of interesting ...
A Travel Blog entry by a88y3 from Coldstream, Scotland, United Kingdom
... still in Edinburgh and we had a whole day to explore the city. The day before we'd decided to go to the Edinburgh castle, and Our Dynamic Earth (which is kind of like Te Papa but a bit cooler), and we were eager to start the day. After another ...
A Travel Blog entry by alexd3 from Greater Sudbury, Ontario, Canada
... North See: http://www.sciencenorth.ca/ and the Dynamic Earth (Mine Tour) See: http://www.sciencenorth.ca/dynamic-earth/ Unfortunately, we will not be able to see the Slag Pouring Formerly a popular attraction in Sudbury, slag pouring has ...
A Travel Blog entry by gensphoto from North Bay, Ontario, Canada
... meteor - in any case one of the world's richest deposit of nickel and copper lies here, and near the entrance of the Dynamic Earth (like a Science Center of the town) there is giant replica of a nickel. The Creighton mine which opened in 1900 ...
A Travel Blog entry by missfissy from Sudbury, Ontario, Canada
... nbsp; We got off to a very late start (1:30pm), but I took Kath to the Big Nickel and an underground mine tour at Dynamic Earth. Our patience were both tried by one 8 year old boy. Clearly NOT a kid freindly zone. Thankfully I ...
A Travel Blog entry by kann2010 from Parry Sound, Ontario, Canada
... to ‘Dynamic Earth’—the site of the big nickel (which you have to pay $5 just to take a picture with). Dynamic Earth is a neat facility, where you go on a very authentic mine tour. You take a glass-fronted elevator down a few ...
A Travel Blog entry by ryrylee from Portree, United Kingdom
... topped peak rumored to be the crowing place of King Arthur himself. We walked past the Parliament building and 'Our Dynamic Earth', a massive museum dedicated to the amazements of nature. As we passed through the valley that separates the two ...
A Travel Blog entry by jimcabay from Sudbury, Ontario, Canada
... pins 2 meters long. Our elevator moved at a regular rate (2m/sec) whereas the miners drop at 35km/hr. Dynamic Earth - An adjoining facility where you see exhibits relating to mining equipment, mining techniques, technologies, various minerals, diamonds, ...
A Travel Blog entry by jim.coates from Sudbury, Ontario, Canada
... the place more livable. While the regional economy has diversified recently, mining is so important they have a "Dynamic Earth" exhibit set up for children (and consenting adults). This exhibit takes you seven storeys down, into the Earth, ...
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Erected in 1951, this famous roadside attraction is a monument to the Canadian nickel industry.