The development of the EUREKA! exhibition was prompted by requests from Museums and Science Centres worldwide for an interactive, historical, scientific exhibition with a focus on education, and with a small footprint.
EUREKA! An Interactive History of Science for Children delivers over 50 interactive educational exhibits requiring just 200 square metres (2000 square feet) of space. The exhibition showcases works inspired by some of the greatest historical figures of all time, such as Archimedes and Leonardo da Vinci, as well as inventions from some of the most important eras in history such as Ancient Rome and the Renaissance.
We firmly believe in the merits of learning through experience and are proud to present a traveling exhibition where the thinkers of tomorrow can experience their first Eureka moment!
- Theme 1 – LEONARDO DA VINCI – THE ORIGINAL RENAISSANCE MAN
Covering the time period of the Renaissance (15th-16th Century AD), this section includes simple machines, engineering, art and physics.
- Theme 2 – ARCHIMEDES – THE FATHER OF MODERN SCIENCE
Covering the Hellenistic period (3rd -1st Century BC), this section covers simple machines, engineering, maths, geometry and physics.
- Theme 3 – ROME – BUILDING AN EMPIRE
Covering the time period of the Roman Era (1st Century BC – 4th Century AD), this section is about engineering, architecture, physics, art and geometry of mosaics.