'Maths Week Ireland' is an annual event which takes place all across the island of Ireland each October. It is the world's largest maths festival with events taking place in towns, cities, schools and with community groups.
The final event in NI is 'Maths in the City' at the Ulster Museum on Saturday October 22 from 12pm to 4.30pm with national and internationally renowned mathematicians entertaining the public with mazes, maths magic, puzzles and card tricks both inside and outside the Ulster Museum.
The event is free and all the family are welcome from tiny tots to mums, dads and grandparents. It is our experience that adults often get as much enjoyment out of these puzzles as their children. Come along and see for yourself! There will be plenty to entertain you for an afternoon with large maths puzzles, Bubblz the Clown and lots more!