Visitors entitled to 50% off on Father's Day
In celebration of Father’s Day, the Science and Technology Museum has put together special activities for August. The Minute of Science: Genius Fathers shows active animal fathers taking care of their babies.
On Aug 11, all visitors will be entitled to a 50% deduction on admission fares. For information and registration, please contact the MCT at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Devotion for babies is not an exclusive trait of humans. In order to survive and ensure the reproductive success of their species, several animals take care of their offspring from birth to adult life. No age restrictions
An afternoon filled with experiments and discoveries specially designed for adventurous young scientists aged 7-12. Find out about the mysteries of weather and learn about the science behind weather forecast by building your own weather device. There are limited seats. Admission: $ 70.00. Further information can be found here.
Eugênio, the Museum’s mascot, loves to tell stories. He loves adventures filled with lots of information, learning experiences and discoveries. Now is the time to listen to great stories in an unforgettable afternoon. This activity has been planned for children aged up to six years old. They will be admitted in the presence of a parent or guardian.
Visitors to the Museums will have the chance to find out about the production techniques of ancient civilizations and be delighted to learn about by their habits, traditions and culture. No age restrictions
This activity gives you the chance to find out how the eyes can deceive the brain in the formation of images in an effort to discover how human vision works. No age restrictions.
The owls we see in our city play a key role in controlling urban populations. This activity gives you the chance to interact with specimens available at the Museum’s Ornithology laboratory. No age restrictions.
The widespread use of plastic is one of the major environmental challenges of our century. The problem is that only 9% of the plastic that is produced is recycled. So, from 8 to 13 million tons of plastic are thrown into the oceans. This is a serious threat to marine life. This activity aimed at people aged 60 +. There are limited seats. Admission fee: $ 20.00. For further information about the event and registration, click here.