The most talked about exhibition in the world, for the first time in Israel
Activate exhibits that acquaint you with chemistry and its use in daily life.
View large holograms. Get photographed. Examine varied phenomena of light.
Crack the Binary Code. Operate enlarged models of transistors. Surf on the Internet. Learn about the development of computation instruments, from antiquity to modern times, from the simple abacus, to the sophisticated Pentium.
The notion of elevating oneself above the ground has intrigued and motivated people to explore a means to fly, both in myth and science. From the ancient Greek legend of Icarus's waxed wings, through Leonardo Da Vinci¹s late 15th century diagrams, to the Wright Brothers' first flight on December 17, 1903.
There's Enough Energy to Go Around !
Scientist & Engineer.
"One can have no smaller or greater mastery than mastery of oneself." Leonardo da Vinci
See yourself tall or short and view your image reflected thousands of times! Experience a semi-transparent mirror. Use a mechanical stroboscope and see moving images. Try to gain insight into the enigma. Witness an ever-changing kaleidoscope. Experience color reversal.
Put your mind to solving brain twisters.
It's time to get your advanced diploma in the fine arts of smiling!
Make a world of difference.
Local actions and choices at home can have an enormous impact on global energy consumption. In My Green House exhibition, visitors can learn about the advantages of using sustainable energy in all domestic aspects, and walk away with a wealth of new ideas that they can take back to implement on their own homes.
Magical Science Exhibition is Back on Display
The printing press exhibition presents a nostalgic view of the early stages of print, bringing back to life the industry of relief printing press, invented by Johannes Gutenberg
It is what we are made of. It is our secret code. We are programmed by it. It is our inside information. It is a whole world of living.
It is the world of DNA
Detect. Capture. Discover. Expose. Reveal. Uncover. Notice. Observe. Watch. See.