The range of topics in the eight galleries of the museum is very wide. It includes familiarity with the human brain, the pulse of the heart and experiencing it through cycling, a music room where laws and related subjects are taught, familiarity with life forms and houses of different materials, a tunnel of mirrors and more.
There are also coordination games, along with familiarity with the adult world. For example, children can learn how to broadcast a radio program, or host a TV show, or how to prepare Thai food.
In the huge playground outside, the children meet robotic animals so they can understand and learn about the role of each organ in the animal's body. This study is active and the children can actually experiment with organs with different characteristics. Velcro tapes glued to the legs, for example, allow them to experiment with the sticky legs of the bee and so on.