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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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!
Also known as the German Museum of Masterpieces of Technology and Science, the Deutsches Museum is one of Munich’s top attractions, appropriate for visitors of all ages.
Heureka, the Finnish Science Centre is a unique cultural and educational institution that is among Finland’s most popular leisure time destinations. Heureka’s core ideology is to bring the joy of discovery to everyone and to produce inspiring learning experiences. Heureka values science, innovation and quality.
a scientific museum with an educational purpose
There is no such thing as a non-educational museum. But by bringing some of its scientific museums under its Ministry of Research and Universities, the French governement has given them a direct role. Naturally, adults too can visit and learning is a pleasure for all ages, but the museums are conceived first and foremost within a school and university context. After absorbing the theory in class, the student is free to come here and discover the reality.
The German Museum of Technology is part of a foundation (Stiftung Deutsches Technikmuseum Berlin). The other parts of this foundation are the Science Center Spectrum, Archenhold-Sternwarte (Archenhold Observatory), Zeiss-Großplanetarium (Zeiss Planetarium) and the Zucker-Museum (Sugar Museum).
This is the only foundry in Central Europe preserved as a monument, with a museum of foundry history operating in it. The museum hall built between 1858 and 1862 is Hungary's only remaining building with shed-roof mounted on Howe-type wooden grid structure.