Do you know who some of the child inventors are? When was the first binary alphabet developed? When did the telephone become the telephone as we know it and is the discovery of television a pure coincidence? The answers to these and many other questions that are tied to human curiosity will beprovided by Eureka exhibit.
Opening day of the exhibit is 13 January, and it will remain on the premises of the Museum Center of Modern History until the end of 2019. Eureka exhibit guides us through some of the most important scientific discoveries made by our human civilization. It outlines the process of discovery and explains with game and interactive modules, transforming the children into true inventors.
Courtesy of this exhibit the inquisitive youngsters will try out new ideas, will pursue self-improvement and will have no fear of mistakes or failure. Because failure is often part of the journey towards attaining success! Eureka exhibit showcases the sensational discoveries from the 19 th and 20th centuries, which we will remember as some of the most popular inventions that have forever changed the world in which we live.
The visitors to this exhibit space will learn how the X-rays, telephone, and Morse code were invented in addition to acquiring information about lesser known but very amusing inventions such as the Slinky, the hot air balloon, and the human-powered vehicles.For the first time Plovdiv is a stop for the tour undertaken by the exhibit. So far the display has visited Razgrad and Gabrovo.
- 13 January | 11.00 - 17.00 h.
- 17 January – 15 March | 10.00 - 16.00 h. from Monday to Saturday
- 16 March – 23 March | 9.00 - 17.00 h. from Monday to Sunday
- 25 March – 31 October | 9.00 - 17.00 h. from Monday to Friday. 10.00 - 17.00 h. Saturday and Sunday.
- 1 November – 31 December | 10.00 - 16.00 h. from Monday to Saturday
- Children under 7 years old - free
- Students - 1.00 lv.
- Adult ticket - 2.00 lv.
- Supervisors of school groups - free
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