In the Buzzz! gallery our youngest visitors will have a chance to learn about interesting water properties and to compare various objects (tangerine, playdough, wood, cork, balloon, bottle) to see why some of them float on the surface and others sink to the bottom.
How do we know which way to direct our boat? Which traffic signs should we be looking for on the open sea? During the Navigation mini-workshop in the Roots of Civilization gallery you will discover how people handled sailing in the past and build your own navigation tools similar to those used by the Vikings, and Arabic and Chinese sailors.
Some sources claim that 99% of the world’s data is transmitted through optical fibres. Most of them are situated under the seas and oceans. How do they work and what do they have in common with submarines? You will find all the answers during our mini-workshop in the Light Zone.