A hands-on exhibition for kids about hearing and seeing
Our eyes and ears are highly developed sensory organs that capture light and soundwaves from the surroundings and convert them into images and tones. These two senses enable you to meet the challenges of daily life. But how do hearing and seeing actually function?
A hands-on exhibition for kids about plastics and sustainability!
Toys, computers, clothes, packaging, cell phones, cars, bicycles, and safety helmets many of the things we use in daily life are made of plastic. But what exactly is plastic?
A hands-on exhibition for children ages 6 to 12
Our exhibition hall has been turned into a large print shop. Grab a tool and some colors and start printing, pressing, rolling and stamping to your hearts content!
Printing techniques were invented to reproduce lettering on paper like the office printers or photocopy machines you know, but there are many other ways to print as well, for example with wood-, metal- or stone plates, with stamps, or even using your own feet.
A hands-on exhibition for children from 6 to 12
What do Kalle Blomquist, Miss Marple, Sherlock Holmes and the Famous Five all have in common? Precisely: they are all famous sleuths from exiting books and films.