Be an Explorer on June 1 at the National Polytechnic Museum

Be an Explorer on June 1 at the National Polytechnic Museum
Be an Explorer on June 1 at the National Polytechnic Museum
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In honor of the best children's holiday, we invite you to enter the role of researchers. Children and their companions will have the opportunity not only to see different types of technology, but also to "research" closely the ancestors of today's "smart" technologies. The elders will be able to show and tell the little ones how they listened to music before the era of YouTube and Spotify and if they were bored when there was no cable TV and internet.

Parents will be able to recall the most popular tech and electronics commercials that aired in the 1980s and 1990s and share what their favorite brands were.Both young and old will have a chance to demonstrate their gaming skills on one of the first computer games.

Another way to get into the role of real explorers is to visit the museum's children's corner. In it, they will be able to send Morse code, "lift" the earth with the Archimedean lever, stack the "Tower of Hanoi" and tangrams, look at what is visible through a stroboscope, mix colors using the "Newton's circle" or indulge in other related with science activities.

For the tired, we offer our rose-filled museum courtyard – a green oasis in the heart of the neighborhood.

Entrance to NPTM for children and students will be completely free

The museum is open from 9:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (ticket office closes at 5:30 p.m.).

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