After weeks of being closed to the public, Bendigo's Discovery Science and Technology Centre will reopen its doors on Saturday.
Science communicator Alissa Van Soest said the centre had capped visitors to 40 people at a time and will host two sessions a day from 10am to noon and 1pm to 4pm.
"The rules are we can have 20 people per space," she said. "Discovery has a lot of spaces and we thought it best to take a safe route and limit it down.
"In reality we could have up 80 people, but capped it at 40 for two sessions a day, which gives everyone a chance to see everything. People can book online for our sessions."
"Last time we reopened, we couldn't open the planetarium or slide but by reducing numbers and rearranging the space, we are able to open them."
Ms Van Soest said the team had completed COVID safe training and the centre had enjoyed a deep clean ahead of reopening.
"The whole team has done COVID-safe training online, as recommended by the government," she said. "We also an elaborate and in-depth plan and were lucky council paid a massive team of cleaners to come into the place for a week.
"After a massive deeps clean, I have never seen place so clean. Even the giant ant and slide have had a huge polish."