Exhibitions for sale
The Danish Experimentarium is a world class science center. Did you know that we can build copies of almost all our amazing science exhibits?
We have built science exhibtions since 1991 and gradually refined our skills and understanding of narration of science. We know how to make complicated science easier to grasp and understand for a wide audience of curious kids and grown ups.
Our philosophy is that true learning demands the engagement of both mind and body, and that interaction and senses are crucial to facilitate learning.
This is the concept behind all of Experimentarium’s 15 new exhibitions that opened in January 2017 – The Port, Tunnel of Senses, Bubblearium, The Beach, Pulse Plaza and more.
Our skilled exhibition designers and craftsmen are ready and able to create exact copies of these interactive science exhibitions.
Please contact us if you are interested or have any enquiries:
Kim Gladstone Herlev
T +45 39 27 33 33
M +45 22 87 07 93
Program manager, International activities
T +45 39 27 33 33
M +45 40 54 37 13
Advanced tracking of visitors creates unique interactive stories. Together with other visitors, you create a surprising, personal and meaningful interactive experience in the film theatre. Exercise and health are the focus of this film. The aim of the experience is to motivate the audience to reconsider their daily health and exercise choices.
A crane, a conveyor belt and ball tracks in many forms. At the construction site, our youngest visitors pretend to work. They use mechanical principles to move, lift and lower – just as at a real construction site. They experience gravity, friction and speed on their own bodies while they are busy organizing their teams.
Yeast and yeast cells have been humans’ friends for thousands of years. In the exhibition, visitors can learn how yeast cells play an important role in the production of food and medicine. Visitors can nurture a colony of huge yeast cells, and relax in the lounge area while flying through a lump of dough.
The exhibition is designed as a factory that makes ideas. The exhibition area is divided into two parts. One has five activities that are devoted to generating ideas and visitors can train their brain using methods from the latest research on creative thinking. The other is a hands-on workshop where visitors develop ideas with real materials.