The museon has an interesting and uniek exhibition that invite you to do things while your visiting.
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Interesting and often exhilirating review of Mondrian and De Stijl. Also check out the interactive 'Wonderkamers' to make your own interactive art!
From a child perspective this place is great!...football, dance, iPads, science, experiments, photography exhibition...the place has it all! On the other side, it isn't cheap, can get crowded, very few parking places and few lunch alternatives:((
Visited here with family and mostly enjoyed the experience. The interactive exhibits on the ground floor captured the attention of my young daughter and she loved trying out all the activities especially the tight rope walking and ball throwing. Unfortunately the visit was spoilt by...More
Very nice educational museum for children and for adults. There is always something to learn in a nice and interesting way. It is an inter acative museum and kids love it!
We visited this museum because the location is just next to the Hague Museum. It's a science museum. It's very nice to take your kids to spend the time here. There is a lot of things to do for them.
My grandchildren and I enjoyed the 'Magic' section as well as the 'One World' section with displys that invite visitors to participate. Well done!.
This museum does not have a natural or logic flow from exhibit to exhibit and from floor to floor. Bit haphazzard. Geared towards younger children a bit. Nice National Geographic photos with explanation.
I enjoyed the new exhibition that they have on the Sustainable Development Goals - Very well presented and thought provoking for young and old. The National Geographic Photographic Exhibition was great as well There is lots to this museum