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Hong Kong Science Museum
Hong Kong Science Museum
#About the Great Science Museum of Hong Kong

The Hong Kong Science Museum is a 4-story museum where you can spend many hours of fun. There are no less than 18 exhibition halls, over 500 exhibits and a variety of interactive exhibits where visitors can experience physics, science, technology, energy, the earth and more.

It is important not to be confused with the Hong Kong Science Park, which is the high-tech area of ​​the city. This is another museum, which is a great attraction for the whole family.

In this museum you will find, among other things, a simulator of driving a real car, a wing of mirrors, a demonstration of various physical forces, such as the largest facility in the world that demonstrates potential energy conversion to kinetic energy, or illustration of energy consumption.

There is a display of a variety of physical and scientific principles in the fields of motion, light, sound, electricity and electromagnetism. Children will be able to obtain scientific illustrations in areas such as mathematics, life sciences, geography, meteorology and computer science. Technology is well handled here, in areas such as transportation, communications, energy conservation, food technologies and more.

Children will also enjoy a film editing room where they can learn how to edit them. After shooting with the video camera they receive, they can edit the movie, add effects, combine more videos, and more. This is pure pleasure for the "screen generation..."


The location of the Science Museum, around Tsim Shan Tsui in the east and near the History Museum of Honk Kong, promises an exciting museum day.

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Centrum Nauki Kopernik
Copernicus Science Centre
#About the Warsaw Science Museum

The Copernicus Science Centre (Centrum Nauki Kopernik) is a science museum that tries to connect science and culture, art and philosophy. The museum's stated goal is to stimulate the curiosity of its visitors, to encourage thinking and to stimulate cultural discussion, specifically in the fields of science and human knowledge.

All these are produced in the museum through innovative technology, interactive and inviting exhibitions, lectures, workshops and activities for different ages. Visitors can learn the laws of nature through experiments and interactive displays.

The Copernicus Science Centre was named after the genius of Polish astronomy, Nicolaus Copernicus, the man who thanks to him, the world understood that the Earth was not the center of the universe, as the Church had claimed until then, and imposed its opinion on scientists, but that the Earth was one of the planets orbiting the sun.

#Who was Copernicus?

Nicolaus Copernicus was an astronomer, mathematician, economist and Polish priest. He was the first in history to present a scientific theory that Earth and the rest of the planets revolve around the sun, so that the Earth is not the center of the universe. Which was the sentiment that humans have expressed since the days of ancient Greece. He formulated his theory in a profound and scientific way and in effect opened the whole modern scientific revolution.

It is important to know that Copernicus' official functions were as a clergyman, governor, jurist, astrologer, and physician, while astronomy was a hobby and side-work for him.

His theory of the centrality of the sun in what the solar system will follow is undoubtedly one of the most important discoveries in history and has influenced many other areas of human history.

Copernicus's theory is called the Heliocentric Theory, which places the sun at the center of the solar system and the Earth as an environment. This theory contradicted the prevailing geocentric approach, which placed the Earth at the center of the universe and a version of the planets and the sun that surrounded us.

Fortunately for Copernicus, the resourcefulness of the owner of the printing house that printed his book saved him. He added a brief introduction, which indicated that Copernicus's theory is merely a mathematical tool for calculating the motion of the celestial bodies. Thanks to this fact, the Church approved the publication of his book and did not view it as challenging to God. In this way, Copernicus was saved from a difficult fate that was given to those who thought differently from the dominant religious approach, according to what the center of the universe was.


If you plan to arrive on the weekend, try and come early to avoid the long lines.

Keep up-to-date on the activities that will take place on the day of the visit and register in advance, if possible.

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Bloomfield Science Museum
Bloomfield Science Museum
#About Jerusalem's Science Museum

The Bloomfield Science Museum is one of the best science museums in Israel. The museum is located in the museum plaza, not far from the Israel Museum, and the Hebrew University on Ram Hill.

The museum exhibits temporary exhibits about science and technology. Displays here are usually interactive, giving visitors the options to play with the displays, and not just look at them.

The museum deals with science education, and public events and for higher learning. Among other things, it runs a competition for young scientists and inventors, and organizes science meet ups for kids of different ages.

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NEMO museum
NEMO Museum
#About the Museum

The largest science museum in the Netherlands, with its sea-shaped building, located on the water, was designed by architect Renzo Piano. The museum is named after Captain Nemo, commander of the ship "Nautilus" in the story "Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Seas."

The museum was opened in 1997 by Queen Beatrix. It is ideal for children. With 5 floors of exhibits, this is a huge museum. It has a charm that makes curiosity the main motivating factor, especially since it encourages visitors to touch and try. Children can participate in scientific experiments and educational activities. In the museum you can see interactive displays related to science and technology and permanent and fascinating exhibitions: the water world, special phenomena, chain reactions, a journey within the brain, where you will learn about various processes that take place in the brain, such as dreams.

One of the highlights of the museum is its roof. It has an amphitheater and an observation deck, from which you can view the magnificent view of the city using a telescope.

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Science Museums

California Science Center
California Science Center
#About the Popular Scientific Center of the State of California

The California Science Center is a free museum that displays hundreds of exhibits that engage visitors to get to know technological innovations and scientific inventions as well as life, space, aviation, and ecology. This is done through a variety of interactive and innovative displays, fascinating both young and old.

Here you can explore the wonders of science with simulations and experiences such as the Hurricane simulator, a 10-minute "flood", biking in the air, exploration of the depths of the sea, the circle of life, lightening and thunder or babies emerging from eggs.

There are also live demos, interactive exhibits and fascinating inspiring 3D movies. In some of the exhibits you will be asked to act and try things, such as exhibitions dealing with different processes that drive the earth, or study scientific principles and inventions that affect our lives dramatically.

At the California Science Center you can explore the forms of survival of the various forms of life in nature, understand the scientific principles of aviation or experiment with the scientific side of spaceflight. All these and many other things make your stay here a perfect refuge and excellent balance for children and parents, from all the Hollywood abundance and theme parks that this city offers in abundance.


Admission to the Museum is free throughout the week.

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Science Museum
London Science Museum
#About the London Science Museum

The Science Museum in London presents the world of technology and science in a fascinating and experiential way that is suitable for children and is an important attraction in London. The museum is located in the Museum Quarter. The museum is designed in a youthful, colorful and inviting manner.

When the Museum was first established in 1857, it contained the surplus exhibits left from the Great Exhibition held in London in 1851. Today it houses a collection of 300,000 items, including steam engines, jet engines, DNA models and the “gathering time” gallery, featuring a rich collection of more than 500 timepieces. The museum has interactive exhibits and a 3D cinema, in which documentary films are screened.

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National Science Museum
National Science Museum
#About the Museum of National Nature and Science of Japan

You many see the National Science Museum when you are walking around Ueno Park. You can identify the museum by the old train locomotive and huge whale model next to it, which by the way are life size.

There are a variety of nature exhibits to learn from, and how mankind learns about science and technology. There are countless skeletons and stuffed animals of different species, along with technological innovations based on scientific discoveries and complex engineering developments, some of which were inspired by the animal world.

Children and their curiosity will discover here satellites, innovative devices and advanced spacecrafts in the innovation complex.

There is an experimental experience in weather events and various natural phenomena, such as simulating hurricanes, an interactive map of earthquakes, creating tsunamis, and more.

The museum devotes a great deal of resources to science innovations, to various scientific phenomena, to the evolution of life and nature in the world and to the preservation of the Earth. This is a place where children also enjoy the vast possibilities of experimenting with the various instruments, simulators and displays, and learn about the importance of preserving the Earth and its quality of life.

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The British Museum
The British Museum
#About the Historical Museum of England

The British Museum is acknowledged as one of the largest and most famous in the world. Founded in 1753 by a scientist and physicist named Sir Hans Sloan, it is located in the Bloomsbury neighborhood of Camden. The museum was opened to the general public in 1759. Over 6 million items are distributed throughout the museum representing the development of the human race from prehistory to the present, from different cultures.

This large building includes a combination of Grecian style architecture (the entrance plaza) and an indoor courtyard with a glass dome, which is by far the largest in Europe.

More than 5 million visitors arrive each year to the museum. Initially it was designed for a more general display and not primarily antiques. Approximately 40,000 books, texts, stuffed animals, fossils, engravings and antiques were found in the first collection donated to the museum by Sloan. Over the years, the museum served as a showroom, mainly for archeological and cultural exhibits. The museum's exhibits are divided into complexes, each relating to a different continent - from Africa and Asia to South America and Australia.

Entrance to permanent exhibitions in the museum is free. This is because there is an ongoing debate today over the ownership of the items displayed at the museum. Many items date back to the expansion of the British Empire and therefore the Museum's right to hold them was not agreed upon. On there behalf, the British claim that the items will be kept in in good condition and anyone will be allowed to come and enjoy them. In addition, British law does not allow the return of the exhibits. The Egyptian and Greek antiquities collection, for example, is one of the largest in the world. It also contains remains from the Parthenon in Athens. Therefore, some governments, like Greece and Nigeria are still fighting for the right to receive the remains for display in their respective museums.

#The History of the Museum

The purpose of the British Parliament in building the museum in 1753
was very simple: to allow citizens to discover the whole world in one building. This is one of the few buildings in the world that really makes it possible to learn and think about the whole world under one roof!

In 1750, the museum was actually a library of Gentleman's House, where visitors were able to draw, print and read the about the world. At the entrance, a visitor would receive a ticket from the library, that was also an entrance ticket to the museum. This way, a visitor would receive invitations to view the various collections presented at the museum. The idea of showing these collections to the commoners whenever they pleased was truly revolutionary at the time.

The new idea of allowing commoners to enter and behold collections in 1815, after Napoleon’s time, was truly a game-changer. The original building was replaced by the new building you see today. The museum is open to everyone today and all the collections are exhibited there. By the way, children were not allowed to enter the museum at all. This was due to the damage they caused to the stuffed animals when they got excited. The children returned to the museum as soon as the stuffed animals were transferred to the Natural History Museum. Today, by the way, children also visit there and do not inflict any real damage ...

A big change occurred in 1851. That same year, a fine exhibition was presented at the museum, and for the first time, a large number of tourists, lovers of art and culture, arrived. It was a huge success for museum in London, which became particularly popular. To this day there is an unimaginable amount of people in line, waiting to see the items in the museum, which are increasing continually in number.

#A Museum for Visitors

The museum's approach to visitors and tourists has been a special one since the early days of the museum. The founders wanted to allow people access to the objects, to think about them and discuss them, to paint them, to admire them or to swing by them – whatever they chose. The approach is that the collection is a private collection belonging to all citizens who can come and use it as they please and not a royal collection that is only intended for them.

The building you know is well suited to the large number of visitors who come here, but museum directors continue to devise new ways to give visitors better access to the collections available. Therefor the building has indeed undergone all sorts of changes over the years.

The visitors, then, do not come to the museum only to view the items of any given collection. They especially enjoy having lunch on the broad steps. In recent years, museum directors have been thinking about how to rethink the museum building in order to continue to achieve its original goal.

#About the Historical Museum of England

The British Museum underwent several architectural changes over the years. Its core, the oldest part, to date, was designed by the architect Sir Robert Smirke in 1823.

The large, modern courtyard, named after Queen Elizabeth II, was designed by Foster & Co. Architects. The courtyard was first opened to the public in 2000 and is the largest indoor courtyard in Europe. The magnificent ceiling of this courtyard is made up of no less than 3,000 transparent panels that form the harmonious and wondrous shape of the building. The waves, incidentally, are not symmetrical and the size of the panels is uneven. Also note the amount of light in the indoor yard - it is not as bright as the natural light outside – there is special material wrapping the panels, allowing only part of the light to sift through which created a special atmosphere and lighting inside.

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Space Shuttle Endeavour
Space Shuttle Endeavour
#About the Space Center at the California Science Center

The Space Center at the California Center for Space Science is a space center that displays the Endeavor space shuttle, which, after its last mission, was brought to the Samuel Oschin Pavilion at Expedition Park.

After a 70-hour transfer operation and overcoming many obstacles in traffic and moving it into Los Angeles itself, the Endeavour space shuttle was placed in a huge hall in the center. So visitors can visit it and learn about the space operations and missions about space shuttles filled with flights to the International Space Station.

In addition, the Space Center at the free Museum educates on a verity of innovations and invention in aerospace, ecology and US Space Programs.


Admission to the museum is free throughout the week.

To view Endeavour, please book in advance at the site attached below. You may charge a fee of $2- $3 and have to print the cards or display them from the phone at the entrance.

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CosmoCaixa Barcelona
#About the Spanish Science Museum

The Science Museum of Barcelona is named after the local bank, Caixa, for the bank's support in science and research in the museum. Children can especially enjoy their time here, because they are welcomed to learn about the stages from close up - with touch, feeling, poking and pushing.

The building is designed in a modern style, and is placed at a height that gives a view of the city. In the museum, there is a planetarium that deals with space and has temporary exhibits that are all high quality and include different topics, in fields of science and space.

The museum tour will start with a steep descent of five stories around a huge tree trunk. Under the tree roots, you enter the entrance hall, gloomy and mysterious, here you will find different models in different fields: physics, geology, the human body, and more. At the end of your visit, visitors will enter the "Flooded Forest"- an Amazonian rain forest, 1,000 square meters large, with 80 species of plants that were brought to the museum from around the globe, and more than 50 species of animals, that were brought straight from the real jungle.

Notice another interesting exhibit at the museum: a geological wall 65 meters long, including huge rock formations, showing the geological constructions for hundreds of thousands of years, influenced by years of water, wind, and volcanic stages.


The entrance for children under the age of 16 enters for free.

On the first Sunday of every month entrance is free for adults, but try coming here early, since later it becomes crowded.

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Asteroskopeio Observatory
#About the Observatory of the City of Athens

The National Observatory of Athens (Asteroskopeio Observatory) was built in 1842 on Nymphaea Hill, right at the place where virgins would pray to the gods. The observatory was planned by the architect Theophil Hansen, and built after receiving permission to build from the Turkish authorities that ruled the city and the area back then.

The observatory is considered a paving stone for Athens. It is located across from the Parthenon in the Acropolis, and was used for astronomical and metrological research in Greece. Today the observatory includes the astronomical museum of the city. Displayed here for the wider audience are an astronomical clock, telescope, a library, and tools used by astronomers in the 19th century.

The new observatory replaced the ancient observatory that was built in the city in the 5th century, in a straight line with the metrological tower called the Tower of the Winds, and is located in the area of the metro stop Heliotropion, whose name means "Turned towards the sun."

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Technical Museum
#About Vienna’s Technical Museum

If you are looking for an interesting attraction for children - the Vienna Technical Museum (Technisches Museum) is the perfect place to visit. Here children can learn about science and technology. Though the displays, the museum also tells of Austria's own contribution to the world's largest technological development - from the invention of a wooden typewriter to the invention of the car.

The museum is suitable for science enthusiasts, but the exhibits inside will also interest those who are not technology freaks.

The museum was founded by Emperor Franz Josef in 1908. It was opened to the public about 10 years later. His first private collection was the collection of the Habsburg Imperial Dynasty itself.

The size of the museum reaches up to 22 thousand square meters. You will be exposed to all kinds of areas of life, such as agriculture, industry, transportation, sports, games, music and more. Here you can follow in an experiential way the amazing technological developments that humanity has undergone from the 18th century to today, from simple everyday items to the biggest revolutions in the world - heavy industry and natural resources like gas, oil and coal. You can find all kinds of vehicles, various machines, gears, springs, computers and other components from the world of technology.

In addition to the main museum, you can visit the railway museum, where various exhibits are displayed: railway cars and engines, including the royal caravan where Queen Elizabeth, the wife of Emperor Franz Josef, traveled.

In addition, there is also a small museum for small children aged 3-6, along with activities suitable for those ages and also plays all made of wooden facilities. Among the exhibits that the toddlers can see here is a giant piano, on which the children can jump, the first car in the world invented by the Jewish Siegfried Marcus in Austria in 1864, a coloring computer and a large pipe through which strange sounds can be played.

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Prague Planetarium
#About the Planetarium that Shows Space to the Children of Prague

If you enjoy planetariums and star gazing, or space and science in general, then in Prague's new planetarium (Planetarium Praha) you can see a new exhibit on the solar system, galaxies and stars using modern technology.

The big dome is decorated as a fake sky, and underneath is a fascinating intergalactic performance that uses laser tricks and space visualization.

The planetarium has many exhibits and activities for children, a laser show during the evening hours, and different exhibits. Most of the activities, sadly, are all in Czech, though during the summer months there are also shows and performances in English.

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#About the Bacteria Museum

Did you know that the number of bacteria on your body is 14,000 times the number of people on Earth? In fact, bacteria is everywhere: on your hands, in your eyes and in general - on all of the items around you. All of the bacteria on our body weighs a total of 1.5 of your total weight ... Unbelievable, right? Imagine how fascinating it would be to see them ... In short, if you're interested, the Micropia Museum is right for you!

It is one of the new museums in Amsterdam and is probably the only one in the world devoted entirely to bacteria. A lot of visitors say that one visit to the museum made them look at the world in a different way. In fascinating exhibitions you will discover about different groups of living bacteria, look at them through a microscope or using screens. The forms of the bacteria are beautiful and strange, and this is certainly a fascinating experience that gives a different perspective of life on the planet.

The museum opened in 2014 to change the negative thoughts most people have about bacteria. Despite the widespread belief that they are harmful and must be feared, they are equally necessary for us and even healthy. The bacteria protects the skin and teeth and are necessary and good for humans. Through the interactive facilities, the museum is able to answer curious visitors of all ages questions and concerns they have.

The Micropia Museum also emphasizes that microbiology can help solve global problems. From water purification to the development of new ways of healing from infectious diseases, through bacteria that can produce energy to food and bio-plastic - there is no end to their uses!

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#About the Museum that Presents what is Happening in the World and our Future in it

Miraikan, located on the island of Odaiba, is the Museum of the Foundations and Future Science of Tokyo. The museum was intended to be the Japanese Museum of World Science and the changes that the world is undergoing in the era of the Internet, global warming and other fascinating phenomenas.

The Miraikan Museum offers a variety of interactive displays and exhibitions about space, the Internet, robots, genetics, astronomy and more. You will be able to learn how scientific processes, technological developments and innovative systems operate and take place. From global warming to the way the Internet works - here you learn and experience advanced and interesting technological processes and innovations, in humanity, life sciences, the future, the environment, borders and more.

At the entrance stands a 6-meter-wide globe with 800,000 LED lights, allowing real-time display of climate change on Earth. Later on you will be able to get to know the innovations that Japan has contributed to, such as famous robots, the ASIMO robot, the world's fastest "Maglev" train, and more.

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#The Museum with the World of Leonardo da Vinci

The Leonardo 3 Museum is an interactive museum displaying “The Leonardo World” exposition, which deals with one of the greatest minds in the history of mankind.

This is a fascinating museum, one of Milan's best attractions that cannot be missed, and is great for a few hours with the children and the family. There are dozens of machines models and machines designed by Leonardo. Among them you can find a submarine, a rainbow rifle, a parachute, a mechanical dragonfly and many more.

The museum is a great place to see the groundbreaking ideas of the curious and creative inventor, the restless Renaissance man, who was the best example of the Renaissance, wide-ranging and multidisciplinary.

Apart from engineering and scientific inventions, you can also get an idea of ​​the artistic genius of Leonardo, as a painter. This begins with a digital copy of the famous painting "The Last Supper" and the analysis of the famous painting "Lady with an Ermine".

The museum is located in the heart of Milan, next to the Vittorio Emanuele II Gallery, between the Duomo and the La Scala Theater. Alongside the permanent exhibition, there is a variety of temporary exhibitions from other places.


Do not confuse this museum with the Science and Technology Museum, which is named after Leonardo da Vinci and also deals with scientific and technological topics in general. These are two different museums located in different parts of the city.

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Museum of Science and Technology Leonardo Da Vinci
#The Museum of Science and Technology of Milan

Founded in 1953, the Museum of Science and Technology Leonardo Da Vinci (Museo Nazionale Della Scienza e Tecnica) is a museum named after the Renaissance genius, scientist, inventor and artist Leonardo Da Vinci. It is housed in a 16th-century monastery.

At the National Museum of Science and Technology in Milan, you will see exhibits reviewing the development of science. This is an interesting review of scientific development throughout the ages. Along with science, one can learn from the technological representations that demonstrate the discoveries and developments in the world of technology and how they have contributed and changed the course of history.

The attraction here and a particularly interesting thing is the building dedicated to Leonardo da Vinci. This section presents fascinating models based on drawings made by the genius. This is a great place for science enthusiasts and children who discover the world of the classic Renaissance man – both artist and inventor, both researcher and scientist and also a man of medicine.

With the help of the most innovative technology in the world, children and youth can learn here how the genius mind worked.

#What is There to See Here?

The Science and Technology Museum contains seven different areas, each offering educational displays for children and interactive activities. There are quite a few models and interactive devices that children who experience them learn various scientific principles.

It might be hard to believe, but the museum has more than 16,000 scientific and technological exhibits. These are displayed in various sections of the museum.

Among the departments of the rich and large museum are the Departments of Transport and Energy, the Space Department, a department dedicated to the work of Leonardo da Vinci and more. There are many models that were built according to the plans and drawings of the genius inventor and according to experiments he conducted in various fields, such as energy and communications.

Quite a bit of the museum is dedicated to the history and development of science and technology in Italy. There is an emphasis here on the innovations that various Italian inventors have contributed to the world, in a variety of inventions such as the radio, the submarine and the helicopter.

In the New Frontiers Department, you can see Enrico Toti's submarine, as well as a rock brought back from the moon, and the Italian passenger ship SS Conte Biancamano.

#About Leonardo de Vinci

Leonardo da Vinci was perhaps the greatest artist and inventor of all time. This is a man who dealt in a variety of fields and in all of them he excelled in brilliance. There has not been a man in human history who has so wondrously explored, created, discovered and planned like Leonardo da Vinci. He believed that art, science, and nature were closely linked.

That is also how he managed his time. In his life, Leonardo worked in various fields and emerged as a painter, sculptor, scientist, engineer, mathematician, anatomist, inventor, architect and also an outstanding musician. Many see Leonardo as a classic Renaissance man, dealing with a variety of areas, and not only one.

As an inventor, he invented and came up with innumerable inventions, most of them, revolutionary to his time and ahead of their time by hundreds of years. These include inventions such as a bicycle, helicopter, submarine, parachute, tank, flying machine, water skiing equipment, diving suit, mechanical knight, a drum that plays alone and many more.

At the same time, many see Leonardo as one of the greatest painters in art history. He painted barely 20 paintings but left a remarkable legacy in the history of painting and the most famous paintings in history. The most prominent of these is, of course, the Mona Lisa, the most important and famous painting in the world, which is located in the Louvre Museum in Paris. The "Last Supper," Leonardo's painting on the wall of the dining room of a convent in Milan, was also considered one of the most important artistic pearls of the Renaissance.

By the way, Leonardo da Vinci’s last name was not an ordinary surname, but a link to the city where he grew up: Leonardo from the city of Vinci.


For a long visit in the museum bring food and drinks with you. There is no cafeteria.

The museum hosts activities and workshops for children, in English as well. They are held on Tuesdays – Fridays from 9:30 am to 5:00 pm, Saturday – Sunday 9:30 am to 6:30 pm.

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Science World
#About the Fun Science Museum of Vancouver

One of the most interesting buildings in Vancouver is the Science World building, the city's science museum. The museum has a large silver dome at the top, and is a museum for science and nature, interactive, and very interesting, there are exhibits to visit about all different types of subjects.

This is a museum for the whole family, where both parents and children will have a good time. There are many movies, fascinating games that explain scientific thought in many different ways. There is an interactive exhibit that presents different sides of science and its effect on different things in our lives, with fun examples that spreads light on the subjects of science, nature, and technology.

The fascinating exhibits here and the variety of creative attractions will give everyone a chance to try and experience. There are exhibits here in the fields of science, space, technology, anatomy, nature, scientific discoveries that changed the world, and more topics like light, water, fire, color, electricity, sound, and more.

Between 11:00 am and 4:00 pm there is also an IMAX theater that operates here with interesting movies about the arctic circle, or about the train that passes through the Rockies.

The huge museum building was built for the World Expo of 1986. It is built as a sort of square circle from metal. It has a futuristic look, like many other buildings in the city of Vancouver.

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Griffith Observatory
#About Los Angeles' Observatory and Planetarium

On a green hill, overlooking Hollywood from high up, and the stars from below, is Griffith Observatory, located on the top part of Griffith Park. With over one million visitors each year, this is the most visited observatory in the world.

Griffith Observatory will take you on an exciting adventure to the solar system and around the whole world. The round, white building can be seen from different points in Los Angeles, and on the weekends gets really crowded.

The observatory was built in Griffith Park by Colonel and astronomy enthusiast, Griffith Jenkins Griffith. His dream was to make the stars reachable for everyone, and not only scientists. This is the reason the entrance to the observatory is free, and has been this way since its establishment in 1935. Griffith's donation money ensure that the entire park around the observation would be named after him. About 10 years ago, the building was renovated at a cost of about $35 million.

In 2006, after renovations that cost about $93 million that lasted 4 years, the observatory was re-opened, with a sophisticated planetarium and small theater, a Foucault pendulum, and fantastic telescope, theater, and more. In the galleries there are scientific exhibits that help understand the sky, solar system, and earth.

In the great musical "La La Land," the famous observatory was one of the most prominent and beautiful locations for the shootings, where the romantic couple spent time. It has been commemorated in many movies, and it even has a monument for the actor James Dean, who filmed here a famous knife fight scene in his famous movie, "Rebel Without a Cause." Besides looking at the sky and stars, the observatory is a great place to look over the Hollywood Sign, as well as a viewpoint for all of Los Angeles.


Entrance to the observatory is free, and on weekends can get crowded - try coming here on the weekdays.

The view from here over Los Angeles is great, especially in the evening houses with the lights spread across the city.

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Meguro Parasitological Museum
#About the Parasitological Museum in Tokyo

The Meguro Parasitological Museum is a museum devoted to human and animal parasites. This museum, as you must have already noticed, is recommended for people who are not afraid of strange things and may even be interested in them.

The Parasite Museum, is probably the only museum in the world dedicated entirely to parasites. You can learn about the parasites, who live, as terrible as it sounds, even in our bodies right now. You don't have to fear them or feel disgusted, but to only be aware of them and see them, if you wish, up close.

By the way, in the museum you can see the longest parasitic worm in the world, 8.8 meters long!


The entrance is free of charge.

The explanations beside the exhibits are in Japanese. Visitors are offered a voice translation tool for English.

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New York Hall Of Science
#About the Science Museum for the Children of New York

The New York Hall of Science is located in Queens. This museum is very interactive, whose purpose is to let children's curiosity in science come to life.

In every room and space in the museum there are expert and friendly tour guides, who help children enjoy the place and find all the options offered here. They explain, provoke thought, play with the kids, and provide the opportunity to participate in a variety of interesting activities.

Examples for activities that the museum offers children are the creation of soap animals, getting to know the human eye and how it works, illusions, sculpting with balloons, paper mache, adventures in space, hall of mirrors, 4D theater, golf courses, and many more exciting and enriching activities.

Many parents say that this museum enriches children, while at the same time they really enjoy themselves. Everyone always emphasizes that kids love the Hall of Science, and it is therefore highly recommended.


On Fridays between 2:00 pm and 5:00 pm, and on Sundays between 10:00 am and 11:00 am - the entrance is free.

The museum is intended mostly for children between the ages of 3-12.

An average visit here takes between 3 -5 hours.

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Children's Discovery Museum
Haus des Meeres
H.R. MacMillan Space Centre

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