Labirintum

Anatoly Medved/TASS
Labirintum features 100 interactive displays demonstrating the principal laws of physics, chemistry and biology in an easy-to-understand, visual way. Everything can and should be touched, spun and turned on, off and around, and these actions create whirlpools, lightning storms and eclipses of the sun. Children can lift 1,000-kilo kettlebells, build durable bridges from foam plastic, turn themselves into a magnet or freeze soap bubbles. Assistants in special uniforms will be happy to talk about any object or phenomenon. If your child wants to learn more about the properties of iron or air, you can sign up for a special show programme through the website or by phone.

Ticket office 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.