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At NEMO Science Museum you can discover how science and technology make everyday things special. Explore five floors full of experiments, demonstrations and workshops.
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Everyday 10 - 17 : 30 children older than 6 can experience science (games) in NEMO @Oosterdok 2, Amsterdam. 25 min drive via A2/A10 (follow Zaanstad, exit IJburg). Parking @Oosterdokstraat 150. / Musée scientifique cool pour les enfants (et parents).
Perched atop the entrance to the IJ Tunnel is this unmissable slanted-roof green-copper building, designed by Italian architect Renzo Piano and almost surrounded by water. Its rooftop square has great views and water- and wind-operated hands-on exhibits. Inside, everything is interactive, with four…
Fun for big and small. When nice weather, go to the roof terras and enjoy the sun and water!
NEMO Science Museum is a science centre containing five floors of hands-on science exhibitions. It is the largest science center in the Netherlands.
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