The week-long festival takes place at different venues around Cheltenham, with some free events.
Cheltenham Festivals is a not for profit organisation responsible for organising several major events in the town, among them the Cheltenham Science Festival. Sponsored by The Times newspaper, the festival has workshops, talks from guest speakers, interactive activities and children’s sessions, making this one of the biggest events of its kind in the country. Past guest speakers have included Professor Robert Winston and molecular Chef Heston Blumenthal, therefore the topics covered are varied – past sessions have revolved around everything from gardening to mathematics. The week-long festival takes place at different venues around Cheltenham, with some free events. Becoming a member of Cheltenham Festivals gives ticket discounts and exclusive previews.
Map showing the location of Cheltenham Science Festival