I have visited many such museums in the past, including some in Germany, each of them similar but somehow different. What made EXPERIMINTA unique for me? Dancing sand, sound-moved polystyrene balls, or air-moved ones, exposed movement filming, and so on. Additionally, optical illusions & all sorts of mechanical devices are represented and, unique (though not so interesting for me), a... 更多
A great idea and museum for kids and adults with many things to experiment, test and play. It was really fun. Not so well arranged and not so fancy as, for example Nemo museum from Amsterdam, but still nice.
I have been there with the class of my daughter. We had two workshops with Dr. Petra Welkerling. She is amazing in talking with the children and awakening their curiosity for experiments. All the kids (7-8 years old) have been thrilled by the explanations and things they had to build during the workshop. The group has been split in 2... 更多
We visited with young children and a teenager and they all had a great fun. But not everything is suitable for younger children as some parts of the centre require some mathematical and physical knowledge but they're good for teenagers. Great idea to keep kids occupied on a rainy summer day. Only disappointment was that not all rooms were open... 更多
This place is basically for school kids but we surprisingly had a great time trying out exhibits particularly the ones about light, sound, the wind turbines and the water spout / tornado machine.