What does the world look like through the eyes of a snake or a fish? What does a bee do in a hive? What is hidden in the roots of a tree? How do you build a water dam? What does a fox smell like, and what does a pine tree smell like? Can you build a maze of cacti? In this exhibition you have to touch, climb, demolish and arrange, and above all – have fun.
The Bzzz! exhibition is a separate space stimulating unconstrained experimentation, wherechilren play driven by natural curiosity, and at the same time learn through action and accompanying emotions. After all, children are born scientists. Their enthusiasm and researcher’s zeal could make many an academic feel embarrassed. The space has been designed to take advantage of children’s need to move and to direct them in the direction of independent discovery of nature. In the exhibition Bzzz! children experience sensory phenomena with great involvement. They find out that the meadow is only seemingly silent, but in fact it is full of different sounds. Along the exhibition Bzzz! a rushing river flows, and in it little explorers will find plenty of water exhibits. Various cranks, screws, buckets and valves catch the eye and are just waiting to be set in motion.
The exhibition is intended for children up to 5 years old, accompanied by a guardian.