Saturday, July 25, 2015

Experimentarium City

As a family we like to visit hands-on science museums in different countries when we travel on vacation. 

This summer we visited the Experimentarium City in Copenhagen, Denmark and spent a whole rainy day there.

They have a section (Exhibit: Pulse) that encourages group participation in activities. These included jumping, dance and co-ordination games, running and cycling and an obstacle course.

The Balance Kitchen 
Hit as many lit buttons as possible in the time limit without touching the floor.

After each station, we could log in with our RFID wristbands to choose the best photos/video of the activities.

Their many other interactive displays covered different sciences and technologies. At many of the stations was a touch screen with RFID reader that enables you to save your data for follow up later at home.

Almost all of the exhibits and interactions have instructions in Danish and English. 

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