As you walk through the doors, you are met with several instalations bound to spike the excitement levels (see attached picture).
Growing up in the 90s, I become the generation who witnessed the rebirth of many museums, from analog to digital. I used to hate museum that only offered a beige piece of cardboard with some text and maybe black and white photo. Being dragged around by the teacher or family, trying to force out some excitement for a rock found in the backyard of Charles Dickens assistants third cousin, on the mothers side.
Then all of a sudden technology hit the museums. Now it was cool to go there. It was interactive. You could touch stuff! You've all been there. When a child want to "look at something", he/she will mostly likely touch it and lift it up to "just look at it". Today's museums allows just that, to see with your hands.
National Waterfront is no exception. With interactive touchscreens and loads of film, you are submerges into a world of engineering history and brilliance. This museum is suited for all ages. From the energetic 10-year old to the 80-year old grandpa who just woke from his nap.
And best of all; it's free! So make sure to visit here!
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