Earth is the planet we all live on, and it also refers to the soil we all walk on. Fertile soil is especially important for people everywhere because most of the food we eat grows in it.
Soil is a bustling habitat. Each square metre contains more organisms than there are people on our planet! Zoom into this wondrous world and discover the mysterious inhabitants of the soil in a series of exciting stations: study microorganisms in the lab, watch real ants working above and below the ground, help plants to sprout in the biological cycle game, knead a seed ball made of soil and seeds, or dress up as a curious soil-dweller and weave your way through the cavities and pores of the different layers of earth! Come join us at our new hands-on exhibition and find out why it is so important to treat the soil carefully and sustainably.
Duration: 27 September 2018 to 24 February 2019 and 5 March to 28 June 2019 (closed on Mondays)