Make music with your whole body, paint with your eyes and much more. Photo: Åke Eson Lindman
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.
On May 6, Megamind will have deviating opening hours due to an ongoing renovation at Wallenberg Hall. From 10.00 – 14.00 the exhibition will be closed.
We thank you for your understanding of the fact that the renovation poses some problems with getting around the museum.
How do you come up with a good idea? In the MegaMind exhibition, you explore how it all works and how you can train your brain to become even more creative. Paint with your eyes, make virtual sculptures or create music using the power of thought – and other things you didn’t think were possible.
MegaMind has close to 50 stations for you to explore. At each of one of these, there are digital signs to tell you what is happening at the station. This information is available in English. Texts for the vision-impaired (larger text with sharper contrast and easy sound navigation) is also available.
As the first Swedish museum ever, the Tekniska museet was awarded the Children in Museums Award 2017. The Award is given annually to a creative and innovative museum for children by Hands On! and the European Museum Academy.
Last updated 5 May 2022.