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Phänomenta, Flensburg
(4/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web)
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  • Visit the Phänomenta is an experience for the whole family. It is not only perfect for bad weather, but we can deal there for hours without being bored. It is very family friendly, that again and again to get access after payment of the entry on the same day. If the experiments are already known one or the other is completely secondary. It's just all fun to try things and to play and to experiment. For young and old alike a must in Flensburg.
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  • In the flensburger phenomenon is to explore a lot and understand how about electricity is created or whirlpool itself make one. Absolutely exciting and he driving value for all ages.
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  • Do you have children and do not notice as the hours pass and enjoy yourself? Phänomenta! Scientific phenomena are made tangible in a great way. And the people there are always approachable. We made trips to Flensburg and the Phänomenta was always a highlight!
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  • Very interesting. Honestly much better than these all natural history museum and stuff. Also interesting for children. There are many games udm attempts. Have fun in the Phänomenta of the city of Flensburg
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  • Many experiments involving simply the explanations are missing. There are no tips or hints and so you lose the pleasure very quickly to try out. Everything is rather old and partially damaged. The air in the halls was very stuffy even though it's hot out there not really was. Still, the penetrating waffle smell from the cafeteria... Very confusing winding exhibition. Not a total flop but overpriced and listless to geklatschte "phenomena". Parking situation is disastrous.
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  • Umanerligt many things to try. Good space and inviting place.
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  • Although the concept itself is fine, left the overall impression very good due to a defective part objects, large parts of the exhibition without Danish or English text and no option to use either Visa or Mastercard, which meant that we left instead of buying lunch, since I'd spent my last cash in the hallway, where i as the father of 3 children had to pay more than 2 adults with 2 children because we didn't fit in the offer for standard 4 family. Not very flexible ...
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  • On October 8 I have the Phänomenta in Flenburg with my wife and children (11, 14) visited. The experiments were partly very interesting, partly already antiquary (mirror distortion and similar). That would all be acceptable, but it lacks explanations to the experiments in General. It should be however easy to hand over an accompanying programme at the entrance, child-friendly in which the experiments are explained. The idea is good, the implementation has still a lot of potential for improvement. In modern exhibitions, there are now audio devices that play any further information if necessary. Maybe a suggestion for the operator! In addition, it would be nice to be able to follow a "common thread", to really see everything. You lose the overview in the winding building quite quickly. VG, Dirk K.
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