Restrictions on patrons has led to the Discovery Science and Technology Centre creating two exclusive experiences for the school holidays.
Discovery staff will host small, hands-on science shows for visitors in what will be a VIP experience for people.
Session times will allow families to explore the exhibits, brave the vertical slide and examine the cosmos in the Planetarium.
Groups of 20 will mean a quieter experience for those looking to escape the house and the crowds during school holidays.
The centre's Build it, Break it challenge will also encourage young engineers as they build, construct, design, prototype, fail and succeed.
"When sessions are booked out, we will not be able to invite any additional guest into the Centre to ensure safe density limits are maintained," Discovery general manager Alissa Van Soest said.
"For anyone who wishes to drop in and pick up an exciting new gadget to explore this holidays the Discovery Centre's shop is open to all."
For more details or to book tickets to a Discovery session visit www.discovery.asn.au/event/vip-discovery