This museum of hands on science defies the trend by not obviously dumbing down content. There are a number of hands on exhibits, but mainly there are pretty much continuous lectures. We attended two, the planetarium and an electrical show. We also saw in passing chemistry and atomic science. The audience was mature - both kids and adults, the explanations long and detailed - or so it seemed to us (we have hardly any french, but I know an equation when I see one.) Unlike similar shows the world over there wasn't the concentration on spectacle and some of the science was hard science. The planetarium had a show on how the sun's eqinoxes worked - they have a Real Ziess Star projector here, no video or whizzy films just beautifully realised stars and planets.
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