Among the many exhibition in Minsk it is not easy to decide which one to visit. Every exhibition promises to be "exciting, unique, unprecedented". How to choose where to go? We are sure, if you choose exhibition of the Museum of Science "Elemento" in the National Library of Belarus, nobody will be disappointed!
The exhibition is totally interactive. Here there are no single warning signs "Do not touch your hands!" It is necessary to touch, twist, knock and rub! Each visitor will become a participant of experiments. There are more than a hundred exhibits, created by a team of professional engineers, will be immerse you into the world of science, will help to understand the physical laws and get new knowledge in Physics and Chemistry.
At the exhibition you can see unusual devices, mechanisms, pendulums, wooden puzzles. For example, a device resembling a large shell, demonstrates the specifics of the sound wave propagation, and with the help of a Tesla coil you can make a lightning. The pipes attached to the wall will tell you how the sound moves, and they will even play a melody for you.
It is very interesting to study the physical properties of magnets on the example of nuts in a magnetic arch. Small iron nuts are attracting to each other and hanging in the air. You can play with them endlessly, because it's easy to create a flower, a house or a cat. In the museum of science "Elemento" you can listen to music made with your teeth, sit on nails, make many other experiments and take part in unusual activities! The main thing is to show your imagination!
Dear parents, you don’t have more to explain to the child for hours, how and why everything is moving in this world. It is enough to visit the “Elemento” exhibition. It´s better to see once than hear a hundred times!
We are waiting for you together with a noisy company of friends, with your family or school group. The Museum of Science "Elemento" is not only fascinating, but also very informative!
Exhibition is open:
Monday–Friday: 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Saturday–Sunday: 10 a.m. 6 p.m.
From June 1 to August 31 the exhibition is closed.
Adults and children: 8 BYN
People with disabilities and children from large families: 6 BYN
Children under the age of 3, inmates of orphanages: free of charge.