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ongoing unril March 11

Guido Reni District – via Guido Reni, 7. Opening hours: Tuesday-Sunday from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm – full price ticket € 13, reduced price ticket € 9, free admission for children under the age of 5 

Tel. 06 32810964  |    

Scientopolis is Rome’s best and most interesting science exhibition: it is interactive, innovative, fun, educational and entertaining. The exhibit allows the audience to interact with the machines, experience and learn: how the bones work, which you can learn while riding a bicycle; how fast your brain reacts; how to make an instrument sound without strings; how to move electrical lights with the movement of your hands and your own ability to even create electricity…

Do you know that each part of your body actually contains a music note? Do you want to hear its sound? Or would you like to test your body balance in a fun way? Do you believe there is a possibility your child could beat you in a wrestling competition? Do you want to test your memory? Do you want to see yourself in the mirror exchanging faces or parts of it with your friends? Do you want to use your brain waves to control a ball and test whose brain waves are stronger with your friends and families? Do you want to experience an earthquake without been hurt?

All the above dreams and curiosities will come true in this exhibition. Scientopolis brings children to experience the magic and art of science, math, physics, natural disasters, nature, solar energy, opticslightningbiology, music, human body and more. The event is produced in collaboration with more than 20 scientists, physicists, geologists and astronomers: it combines both knowledge and fun challenges with 50 interactive experiences.

Check in Rome - a project by Markonet in cooperation with Aeroporti di Roma and Codacons | director: Stefano Zerbi