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This museum, through interactive exhibits and its Education Center, teaches a range of science concepts including mechanics, electricity, magnetism, optics, acoustics, robotics, aeronautics and communication.
All reviews all ages kids and adults interactive exhibits historical building school age children permanent exhibition outdoor park great for kids curious kids few hours a great place to spend interesting place whole family entrance fee a lot of fun scientific optical
An excellent kid-and-youth oriented science museum offering a wide range of programs, exhibits, and hands-on experiences for young people who wish to familiarize themselves with science.
Eye opening exhibits and challenging hands-on experiments or models get the kids involved and engaged.
My kids, ages 6 and 3, really enjoyed our day here. There are lots of little rooms with different science experiments. They loved the water play and building areas on the ground floor. The play areas outside were great as well. The entrance fee is...More
We visit this museum several times each year. Both a permanent exhibition and others which changed every year are very interesting. The collection of optical devices is absolutely WOW.
Originally this building started as Israeli Technical Institute. Albert Einstein visited here!
there is a convenient...More
This a a fantastic hands on science museum for kids. Most e,exhibits have English and Arabic information in addition to Hebrew signage. While it would be helpful to go with a Hebrew speaker, it is not necessary. I was impressed with the quality of the...More
התערוכות והמיצגים מתוכננים בצורה מאוד יפה עם יעדים חינוכיים אינטאקטיביים
בנוי בצורה מאוד עכשוית ופונה למגוון כל הגילים(כל מחלקה לגיל שלה)
בהחלט שווה ביקור
זמן בילוי -יום שלם
The exhibitions and exhibits are designed very nicely with educational and objective goals
We went to this museum as part of our summer staycation with my 1.5 year old. We read online that they have a room for toddlers. She most definitely enjoyed the interactive exhibits that focused on water, construction, a mirror maze and more. She also...More
This is not a museum. It’s a play yard for little kids. Everything is extremely small. Kids running around everywhere. Nothings to learn.
Nothing to see or do for adults. Also for a science museum, but sad that half of the tech is broken.
Visited with four grand-kids aged 5 to 10. I was estimating that the kids will lose interest after two hours and we stayed more than five hours! The interactive exhibits makes it interesting and teaches kids and adults. We managed to explore: electricity, green home,...More
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I'm an adult who doesn't read Hebrew. Answer, yes with the exception of tubix. Not knowing Hebrew definitely took away from any message they had about it, but not speaking Hebrew made it more enjoyable for me. We made up... More
I'm an adult who doesn't read Hebrew. Answer, yes with the exception of tubix. Not knowing Hebrew definitely took away from any message they had about it, but not speaking Hebrew made it more enjoyable for me. We made up the back story and it was really funny.