Økolariet is a different knowledge and exhibition centre where families, schools, business and tourists may drop in for adventures, knowledge and inspiration on nature, energy, climate, innovation and the environment. The admission is free but guided tours and lessons require booking.
Hidrodoe offers information enriched with emotion. Via strong concepts, varied displays, amazing multimedia and well-thought out experiments, water becomes an emotional event. Hidrodoe encourages the physical learning, reacting, playing, experimenting,.... The visitors go on an interactive voyage of discovery, via numerous exhibits, through the world of water. Water is energy, water is pleasure. Hidrodoe is determined to express that pleasure. Hidrodoe offers healthy, modern fun for everyone who loves water. From water poetry to the biggest indoor whirlpool in the world.... You experience it all at Hidrodoe. You can also say: It is not Hydrodoe with a < y >, but Hidrodoe with an < i >, which stands for: interaction, invention and information.
Experience it all in a playful way at Hidrodoe!
Haus der Musik is an interactive sound museum which provides a new approach to music on a playful as well as scientific level. The aim is to provide knowledge and enthusiasm when dealing with music.
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It aims to promote the legacy of G. J. Mendel, who is known primarily for his studies conducted on plants. The museum stages short-term scientific and art exhibitions and organizes different types of lectures.
The Museum of Southern Jutland is a special museum for natural history, cultural history, and art. The museum comprises a series of both small and large departments which are spread out across Southern Jutland. The departments specialize in various exhibitions and activities.
Latest Science Web News is attentively watching those researchers who intend to contribute to the spread of scientific research in society with the writing and the publication of accessible articles. [collaborate with lswn.it]
The Archenhold Observatory offers a wide-ranging programme for all ages: look through a telescope, listen to a talk or follow one of our thematic guided tours.
Why is the sky blue? Can you see heat? Any why does a plane stay up in the sky? Just three of the hundreds of questions answered at Science Center Spectrum.
Hands on - Minds on!
Berlin’s Sugar Museum tells the bitter-sweet story of sugar in our everyday lives. This lively museum, which is more than 100 years old, is the place to learn about the origins of sugar and how it is produced, along with its cultural, economic and social significance and its place in our diet.