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LabyrinthUm Museum, St. Petersburg
(3.6/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
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  • visited the Museum with his son-a teenager. All the exhibits you can touch, and conduct various scientific experiments. Mirrored maze like son so that he passed his two-three times. Blew bubbles, the rifle had not wanted to go home. Piano sound very primitive tool)) for Tots does.
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  • A good Museum, but it seems to me on the Petrograd side better) at the old we were about five times with his son. Really liked the show, leading to a high level, I recommend to all!
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  • This museum for school-age children and their parents. I no longer belong to the child audience, but I still found it interesting to go there. The first room of the Museum, I am absolutely not impressed! I had already thought if will continue so, in vain I came here. But, fortunately, was much better and more interesting. Since it is an interactive museum for children, not all exhibits were in working condition. If you're a kid, you want to harm read inscriptions which have to each exhibit. Why kill time reading if you can all try out yourself?! I don't like to read. The Museum has no tours, but there are assistants who can tell and explain how to use those or other exhibit. Thank you very much for this! I liked a lot. 1. room with mirrors. There's so much reflections! I would like to have at home such a fitting, so you can see your outfit all round. 2. Labyrinth of mirrors-go and do not understand this wall or move on. 3. Peregovorochnaya. My mom and I immediately wanted to the same home. 4. Magic balls. It was interesting to feel as fortune tellers when you touch the balls and there such colored sparks go. 5. Chair yoga. You sit there and baldeesh'. 6. The Labyrinth with a ball. It cannot be in pushing up Centre! Like it or not. 7. Musical setting with chimneys, on which you can play with a rubber slate. 8. Musical iron contraption from which you can publish interesting piercing sounds, without touching it. Names I do not know, so all of this description is very untidy, but interesting. Get here ourselves, understand what they are talking about. Also here you can mark children's birthday.
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