Demonstrations at Experimentarium
Be part of the experience when our pilots carry out dissections, demonstrate life-saving techniques and talk about fire, oil and CO2. Our demonstrations take you close to science - feel, smell and hear it!
The Experimentarium demonstration “From magnetism to offshore wind farms” teaches you about the link between magnetism and electricity. Our exhibition pilots will lead you on a journey back in time.
See the light like never before when our pilots demonstrate electromagnetism and recreate Danish scientist Hans Christian Ørsted’s ground-breaking experiments which helped pave the way for modern science.
Get real close to fire in this demonstration, in which our exhibition pilots demonstrate the elements required for fire to occur. Can butter catch fire? And what is important when making a bonfire? Get answers to all your burning questions in the Oil on Fire demonstration.
See for yourself when our exhibition pilots dissect a cow’s eye and talk about the anatomy and wondrous properties of the eye.
Listen, watch and touch – and learn more about the amazing organ that is the eye.
Everybody talks about CO2, but what exactly is it? What do we use it for, how is it formed, and how does CO2 contribute to the greenhouse effect?
These are the themes of the CO2 demonstration, in which the Experimentarium exhibition pilots talk about CO2 and demonstrate the impact of the greenhouse effect on our daily lives.
What happens to the food you eat? In this demonstration, the Experimentarium exhibition pilots show the journey of a sandwich through the body by dissecting an entire digestive system.