Sightseeing Helsinki: Scientific and Interactive Center "Eureka"
"Eureka" (Heureka) – an interactive museum where it will be interesting to both children and adults. The exposition of the scientific center is small, but extremely heterogeneous and curious. The beauty is that the exhibits are not only possible, but also need to touch.
In the first hall, you can make coins with your own profile, watch the work of public transport Helsinki in real time, survive the earthquake and learn something new about the human body – for example, in practice, make sure that the intestine is. Under the dome of the hall, the rope stretches, according to which you can ride on a two-wheeled bike: you can fall, of course, it is impossible, but not every visitor is solved.
In the next room there are even more interesting exhibits: here you can find out if there is life on Mars and even feel the same thing that the pioneers will feel that someday fall on the Red Planet. Here is one of the most popular expositions showing a variety of physical phenomena and illusions.
It is best to come to the museum in the first half of the day: then you will take exactly one of the three ideas with trained rats. These charming creatures are played in basketball for sighs, getting a delicacy for each hit in the goal. Schedule changes, session time can be clarified on the museum website.
Within the territory of "Evrica" Also located planetarium, in which each hour shows colorful and informative films about the device of the Universe. All visitors are issued headphones with translation into different languages, including our. View schedule of filmmakers can be on the site. It is most profitable to buy an integrated ticket that gives the right to visit the exhibitions and viewing one film in the planetarium to choose.
Ride a bike on a rope in the museum "Eureka" Maybe each
In Evrica, clearly demonstrate how the training process occurs
Railway station Tikkuril to "Evrica" will not take longer than five minutes
Monday-Wednesday 10: 00-17: 00
Thursday 10: 00-20: 00
Friday-Sunday 10: 00-18: 00
19 euros (13.5 euros) – entrance to the exhibition;
23.5 euros (16.5 euros) – entrance to the exhibition and viewing one film in the planetarium;
27.5 euros (19 euros) – entrance to the exhibition and watching two films in the planetarium;
31 euros (21 euros) – entrance to the exhibition and watching three films in the planetarium;
13.5 Euro (11 euros) – viewing one film in the planetarium.
The price of a preferential ticket is indicated in brackets. Discount is provided to children from 6 to 15 years, students and retirees.
For 70 euros, you can purchase a family ticket for two adults and two children, giving the right to visit all exhibitions and viewing one film in the planetarium.