At the risk of not appering very objctive: every minute in this museum will be worth your while. First, it provides a lot of interactive features, games and physical experiments enabling visitors of all ages to gain knowledge while being entertained and interacting whith one another or reflecting on personal views or prejudices. Starting with the historical collection of scientific instruments, the exhibition elaborates the importance of knowledge: in histrory and today. The broad question invites visitors to think, learn and participate. The staff is very friendly and welcoming. Between your explorations you can have a coffee or cake at the museum café. Unfortunately, the beveridges are served in paper-cups. We would have appreciated a more environmentally aware gstronomy in a place that focuses on research, knowledge and responsibility.
The exhibition is in Dutch and often also in English and the whole experience will also work for German-speaking visitors. English-speaking guests will be handed a Tablet that provides the texts in English, however it is annoying to handle since it does not work with any location-based service so you have to look up every object individually. That is why we stopped using it half way through the exhibition and decied to enjoy the exhibition and learning Dutch on the way ;)
Since they just reopened after remodeling the whole museum i suppose they will soon introduce a current device to make this place accessible to a broader public.