Just upon entry, after passing by the hall full of shops, we get to the main floor. It’s a large space with small subexpositions with many windows between beams, giving the feeling that we’re looking out at the blue sky through an enormous skeleton’s ribs. On one side there’s the 30-meter long Foucault pendulum, one of the biggest in the world. On the other the DNA display, surrounded by surprised children that don’t completely understand what the chain of colors represents.
The multitude of exhibitions and diverse scientific experiments perfectly entertain visitors, as well as the exhibitions