This green museum that is shaped like a ship is on the harbor. There are a lot of hands-on activities that children can participate in. They can do chemistry experiments and build buildings while learning how science has changed over time. There are many exhibits as well.
The Life in The Universe exhibit will take visitors to the farthest ends of the earth. They will see stars that are billions of years old, planets that may not be able to support life, and learn where they came from. There is an interactive game called Protect Earth where people get to protect Earth from the dangers in outer space from meteorites to solar wind. They will also get to touch a real meteorite that weighs 47 kilos and was found in China in 1958.
The Sensational Science exhibit tells museum visitors how Physics is a part of everyday life. Examples of this are the crackling of a sweater and the difference in pitch between men’s and women’s voices. People can create these things by themselves and see how they work. The main parts of this exhibit are the big bubble and Nikola Tesla’s lightning globe that shows how electricity goes through a body without feeling a thing. The gas in it creates beautiful flashes of lightning.
The Machine exhibit is a visual and hands-on display of what it takes to ship a package. From assembling the item that was ordered to delivering the package, this exhibit shows everything that takes place from an item being ordered to it being delivered. In the world of shapes, people learn about geometry. They can create new forms of triangles and squares and explore the beauty of symmetrical faces. Patterns can be made with the pattern mirror and trick your brain is a room that fools our spatial by making appear a different size than they are.
Other exhibits in this museum include construction (using the forces of nature to build big things), and water power (taming the power of water and building a dam). Museum guests will also these exhibits: innovation (the history of technology), laboratory (doing science experiments), teen facts (getting a grip on raging hormones with facts and fun quizzes), Journey Through The Mind (learning about the brain), and Energetica (experiencing the energy captured from the wind, water, and the sun).
For their hungry guests, the museum has a restaurant on the roof, a coffee bar, and a cafe. They can also bring their own lunch and eat in specified areas of the museum. Once they are recharged, museum guests can go on enjoying the many exhibits of the museum.