A WIDE range of new exhibitions are coming to Winchester Science Centre this autumn.

The centre, which is located on Telegraph Way just outside Winchester, has a new live science show called ‘Acoustic Explorers’ from September 25 to November 21.

The show invites families to put their investigation skills to the test and find out what an acoustic engineer does, discover what reverberation is and find out how it is use it to control sound.

‘Acoustic Explorers’ will also feature live demonstrations, audience participation and light-bending laser harp.

As well as this, join one of the Science Centre’s astronomy experts in the planetarium and find out what you can see if you look up into the night sky.

Blast off into space for an journey through the stars in the ‘Solar System Adventure’ live show.

In the nature based experimentation zone, Bio:Space, families can take part in some exciting activities, both inside and outside.

Themed around the season and the Science Centre’s South Downs National Park location, there’ll be something for everyone to get involved in.

Families can also experience the Science Centre’s immersive exhibits including the Explorer:Space zone and tuneful sound, hearing and vibration exhibition.

Venture into a ten-metre long guitar to feel the vibrations, experience the acoustics inside the sonic rocket and climb inside a giant ear to explore its inner workings.

For more information and to book tickets, visit: WinchesterScienceCentre.org.