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Create your very own Mars Rover with this Metal Earth model. This amazing steel model features stunning details and comes with easy to follow instructions.
Hydrophobic Sand is dyed bright colours and coated with a special compound to repel water, so its always dry. Simply dry it out to reuse!
Create your very own spacecraft with this Metal Earth model of the Apollo Lunar Module. This amazing 3D steel model features stunning details.
Each rock box contains a selection of mixed rocks and minerals such as amethyst, rose quartz, cracked geodes and tumbled polished gemstones.
The amazing Drinking Bird works through a fascinating thermodynamic cycle that keeps him swinging up and dipping down for more — again and again!
How often do you get to look down and see a solar system? With these Planets Socks the answer is all the time!
Featuring the southern hemisphere of Johannes Hevelius’ Firmamentum Sobiescianum, this cloth is specially designed to care for coated lenses and delicate devices, and removes smudges and fingerprints easily.
By making a cash donation to one of our museums, you are helping to support our conservation, acquisition and educational programmes as well as the maintenance of our iconic buildings.
Thanks to this clever Disappearing Dinosaur Thermal Mug, you can watch eons pass before your eyes over a cup of coffee.
With the National Geographic Crystal Growing Lab in purple, you can grow real amazing crystals at home! It’s a fun and educational family activity.
Help spread an important environmental message with this Climate Change Thermal Mug. Before your very eyes, coastlines shrink and the ocean levels rise.
Space: A Children’s Encyclopedia is a rocket ride from the beginning of time to the near future, and from planet Earth out to the furthest reaches of the Universe.
A Galileo Thermometer is a traditional way to read the temperature. This modern take features an elegant glass sphere with five floating glass bulbs.
Perfect for astronomy beginners, these high quality, lightweight binoculars by AstroNZ are ideal for exploring the night sky or land based objects.
The Discover Planets Educational Tin Set provides a fun and informative introduction to the planets of our solar system.
The perfect size for a a young geography student’s desk, the Small Blue Desk Globe features a modern political map in a classic blue colour scheme.