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Milan, the FUN Museum promoted by the National Museum of Science and Technology

Milan, the FUN Museum promoted by the National Museum of Science and Technology.

Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 October from 9.30 to 18.30And the The National Museum of Science and Technology Suggest FUN Museum, An activity program for girls and boys From 3 to 10 years.

By the way, after a forced interruption due to a health emergency, doorsChildren’s area With paths to play with math and adventure among colored lights, mirrors and shadows. The whole family will be able to unleash creativity in patching area Build a DIY pinball machine, try to light up the dark Experiment with impact reactions in a chemistry labAnd the Explore nature’s forms and grow star gardens in the genetics labAnd the Test yourself with big flying and building machines and create murals like Renaissance artists in Leonardo’s laboratory.
There will be guided tours Leonardo Da VinciExplore the galleries dedicated to space with a head-up and travel the world of transportation between a real part of the moon, the Vega rocket, large ships, locomotives and planes.

Activities in laboratories
Free activities with reservations required when purchasing an entry ticket.

kids area
Mathematics in equilibrium – 3 to 6 years
Participants will be able to play with math and learn to recognize shapes to keep them in balance, and create colorful structures using cubes, cones and cylinders.
Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 October | 2 pm and 5 pm
Duration 45 minutes
Light colors – 3 to 6 years
Among the shadows, mirrors and colored lights, girls and boys will be able to venture among the phenomena of light to discover how we see in the dark, how our image is reflected and how a rainbow is formed.
Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 October | 11.30 and 15.30
Duration 45 minutes

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tamper area
DIY Pinball Machine – from 8 years
Visitors will be able to build a marble path and drive it to the exit using gravity, flexibility and geometry.
Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 October | 10 a.m., 11:30 a.m., 2 p.m., 3.30 p.m., 5 p.m.
Duration 45 minutes

I. Chemistry Lab
Color Explorers – 7 years old
Participants will be able to combine chemistry, color and a little creativity to experiment with how darkness is illuminated and how green, purple or black is broken down into original designs.
Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 October | 2 pm and 5 pm
Duration 45 minutes

I. Genetics Lab
Nature Shapes – from 8 years old
Through lenses, microscopes and ancient photographic techniques, the shapes of nature are explored to discover shapes, patterns, colors and transparency.
Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 October | 10 am
Duration 45 minutes
Star Gardens – for children from 8 years old
Between microscopes and laboratory media, it will be possible to observe what plants need to live. During the experiment, you will discover whether you can grow salads in space and how to trap seeds in a drop, to make them grow far away.
Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 October | 11.30 am

The.LAB LEONARDO
Leonardo Machines – from 9 years old
The lab dedicated to the Italian genius to experiment with the art and science of Vinci, through exquisite models of flying and building machinery. Visitors will be able to try to understand how they work, take them apart and combine different gears to create new mechanisms.
Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 October | 10 a.m., 2 p.m. and 5 p.m.
Duration 45 minutes
We do murals – from 8 years old
The journey continues through Leonardo’s art and science, to explore his way of working and thinking. Using mortar, trowel, paint and brushes, participants will be able to test themselves by executing a fresco, in the manner of the master and all Renaissance artists.
Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 October | 11.30 and 15.30
Duration 45 minutes

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Free guided tours
Free activities with reservations required when purchasing an entry ticket.

With the nose – from 4 to 8 years
A course for children to discover how far the moon is, how to launch a rocket, and how to train an astronaut.
Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 October | 10 am
Duration 45 minutes

Where: yesterday, today and tomorrow – from the age of 8
A journey to discover research and technologies that allow you to explore the universe, passing through the only part of the moon on display in Italy.
Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 October | 5 pm
Duration 45 minutes

Maritime and rail transport – from 6 years
An opportunity to trace the development of rail transport from the second half of the nineteenth century until 1920 at a reconstructed station from the end of the nineteenth century. You will learn about the topic of navigation up close with some of the most memorable historical objects in the museum.
Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 October | 11 and 15 hours
Duration 45 minutes

Once per flight time – from 4 to 8 years
Visitors will be able to immerse themselves in stories of adventurous travels around the world and discover the most surprising means of transportation in our collection. Among wagons, steam locomotives, rockets and large ships, you travel imaginatively to unknown places and times.
Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 October | 2 pm
Duration 45 minutes

Guided tours for a fee
Gallery Leonardo da Vinci – from 9 years old
A science animator will lead visitors through the world’s largest exhibition dedicated to Leonardo da Vinci. Over 1,300 square metres, 170 historical models, artwork, ancient volumes and installations tell the personality and work of Leonardo, an engineer, humanist, and nature investigator.
Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 October | 10, 11.30, 14.30 and 16.30
Duration 80 minutes
The cost is 10 euros plus the cost of the entrance ticket and both can be booked directly on the museum’s website

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ENRICO TOTI SUBMARINE – From 6 years
Launched in 1967, the Toti was the first submarine built in Italy after World War II. His task was to patrol the waters of the Mediterranean to determine the passage of Soviet submarines. In 1997 he made his last trip and since 2005 he has been a guest of the museum. Visitors will be able to ride a toti to relive the feelings of the sailors while sailing.
Visits 10 to 18, subject to availability.
The cost is 20 euros, including the cost of the entrance ticket to the museum.