Our eyes and ears are highly developed sensory organs that capture light and acoustic waves from our surroundings and convert them into images, sounds and even moods. But how do hearing and seeing actually function? Why do you need light to see shapes and colours? What role does your brain play in processing sensory impressions? And what can you do if one of these senses is impaired?
Children will find answers to these and many other questions on the topic of hearing and seeing in this new hands-on exhibition.
Duration: September 29, 2016 - September 3, 2017
Tel.: +43 1 524 79 08
Starting times: Tuesday to Friday: 2pm, 3.30pm
Saturday, Sunday, public holidays and during the holidays (except Monday): 10am, 12pm, 2pm, 4pm
Duration: 90 minutes
Admission: Children: free; Adults: 5 euros
Booking: Advanced booking is required for groups of ten children or more and recommended for individual visitors!