Find out what exhibitions are currently on at the National Museum of Science and Technology for the whole family to explore.
Zero City is an interactive and challenging exhibition, covering 1,200 square metres, where visitors will come together to plan a fossil-free city of tomorrow, in order to achieve climate goals.
In the Hyper Human exhibition, we explore AI, genome editing, artificial body parts and the dream of eternal life as well as the ethical issues that arise.
Experience a rich and interactive exhibition where the present is linked together with both the past and the future, where visitors are guided through a network that encompasses the telegraph, early mobile phones and systems for self-driving cars.
Play Beyond Play is the National Museum of Science and Technology’s large computer game exhibition featuring game stations and imaginative environments.
MegaMind is a place where you experiment your way to new smart ideas. Ideas are the answers to all questions and the solution to every problem.
The Mathematical Garden is the National Museum of Science and Technology’s new playground, where the world of maths can be explored through play.
One of the most popular attractions with new surprises, special effects and exciting features, such as simulators, games, explosives and powerful machines.
The museum´s unique model railway that was built in the early 1950s. The trains drive through a realistic landscape on more than 50 meters of track.
Teknoleket is an interactive exhibition full of stimulating activities and experiments for young children to discover the wonders of technology and science
Visit the amateur radio station at the Museum. The station, with its modern equipment, is manned by operators a couple of times a week.
Last updated 16 January 2023.