About the MuseumThe 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 Beatrice. 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 occur 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.