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Очень интересный интерактивный музей. Залов всего ничего, как и экспонатов, но сделано все на высоте, разве что вариантов узнать информацию всего 2 - на голландском и на английском языках.Very interesting interactive museum. Halls just nothing like exhibits, but was at a height, except that the options information total 2-in Dutch and English.show original
It was nice to escape the crowds, and the museum itself was l quite interesting and informative however it seemed to very much be catered to a nice family experience. In other words as a 25yr old, I w... read more »
As my wife is a scientist, she really wanted to visit this museum. It was extremely interesting about the world around us. The descriptions and displays were well done. Ever health science high school... read more »
This was so much fun and very informative overall. A zoo for microbes! Love the concept, and the execution is thoughtful and well done. Lots of hands-on learning here. Both Dutch and English are included in all parts of the exhibits.
Probably the most remarkable museum you will encounter in a long time. Prepare to discover how many bacteria you are carrying around, and who are keeping you healthy. Watch stuff decay (including a baby giraf from the next-door zoo that died unexpectedly. Building itself looks great. Lovely staircase leading to the second floor. I only think the price is a bit steep. We have a museumjaarkaart, so it was "free", but I don't think I would normally spent €14 on a ticket for a small exhibition like this. (half this price when combined with the Artis zoo)
I wish biology class was this fun when I went to school. Interactive, colourful, visual and technological. Very informative and actual. Fun, fun, fun. Combine it with a day at the zoo and you are all set.
Very cool museum, quite small but certainly lots to see. The talk at the beginning is given in both Dutch and English which is nice, as are all the signs and descriptions.
Fascinating collection for people of all ages and interests. Kept both myself (microbiologist!) and my boyfriend (finance/IT) entertained for a good couple of hours. Brilliant way of sharing what lies under the microscope that so few people get to experience otherwise. Well worth a visit!
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