Leading classical singer and one of the Three Welsh Tenors, Rhys Meirion talked about Techniquest as an "incredibly important resource" when he visited our stand at the Urdd Eisteddfod.
Tyrone O’Sullivan, Chairman of Tower Colliery, who led the successful workers' buyout of the pit, enjoyed bringing his children to Techniquest when they were young. Here, he talks about why he now likes to bring his grandchildren.
Rosie Swale Pope
Author and adventurer Rosie Swale Pope ran 20,000 miles around the world in co-operation with Techniquest partners Size of Wales. As she meets the interactive challenges of Techniquest in company with her grandson, Michael, she wishes the science centre 100 more successful years.
Gwent businesswoman and the first female Rotary District Governor in Wales enjoys Techniquest with her granddaughter and explains why having fun with science is so important.
Simon Weston OBE
The Falklands war veteran and motivational speaker talks about why he likes Techniquest and his regular family visits over the years.
Martyn Williams, Welsh international rugby union player, explains why he thinks Techniquest is the “perfect day out”.