The head of Aberdeen Science Centre has revealed the building will reopen in June, following a huge revamp which will create “a massive wow factor”.
Chief executive Bryan Snelling wants the venue to become Aberdeen’s second five-star visitor attraction when it opens again, after he helped gain that recognition for the Gordon Highlanders Museum.
Construction work at the old granite tram sheds on Constitution Street, formerly known as Satrosphere, started last year.
Mr Snelling said: “This is an exciting time for Aberdeen with the opening of the new P&J Live and the Art Gallery and the renovation of the Music Hall.
“We’re determined to do for science what these ventures have done for arts, culture and entertainment, and I’m confident the new centre will have a massive wow factor.”