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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 reviewsall ageskids and adultsinteractive exhibitshistorical buildingschool age childrenpermanent exhibitionoutdoor parkgreat for kidscurious kidsfew hoursa great place to spendinteresting placewhole familyentrance feea lot of funscientificoptical
We went there tempted by the high rating on tripadvisor. We went out very disappointed. It won't be intresting for you unless you hadn't graduated 5th grade at primary school. Definetely not worth the price.
This by far one of the best attraction in haifa. A highly recommended tec musium. We had a private visit to the pab-lab. A session of 3 hours to work on a 3dimmention printer. The stuff was great . It was very intresting and the...More
Visiting this museum was an unforgettable experience and adventure. Installations are for both kids and adults alike. Very educational, enriching and enjoyable place. I loved especially the section dedicated to space endeavors and namely to the first Israeli astronaut Ilan Ramon. It was also perfect...More
Plan enough time. If you want to see and more important touch everything, the three hours I had are not enough!
Madatech is very suited for children, you learn science very intuitive and playful!
There is a lot of themed rooms, among them energy, Galileo...More
good museum , especially for children and families , I would not recommend it for couples or old people alone,
this museum gives the adventure and nice place to spend half a day at Haifa , and although teach children about nature via playing
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.