Queensland Museum invites adults and children to explore the wonders of the human body from a unique perspective with interactive exhibition Humanoid Discovery: wonders of the human body.
Designed and developed by Scitech, the exhibition showcases over twenty interactive science exhibits that allow children and their guardians to experiment through human senses including sight, touch, smell and hearing.
Queensland Museum have achieved a fun and engaging way to educate children on the circle of life.
They are encouraged to learn of the nature of birth, how varying foods affect the digestive system and how different touches signal different feelings to the brain.
Queensland Museum Network CEO Professor Suzanne Miller said, “Our more daring visitors can test their nerves on a bed of nails, while those who prefer to stay away from these kind of spine-tingling experiences can test their peripheral vision or measure their heart rate in one of the many interactive displays.”
Humanoid Discovery: wonders of the human body gives everyone, from children to adults, a unique insight into the human body with a series of entertaining and educational games.
The exhibition is a must see these school holidays.
Details: Humanoid Discovery: wonders of the human body | Queensland Museum and Sciencentre | Open daily from 9:30am to 5:00pm (except Good Friday, Anzac Day, Christmas Day and Boxing |13 December 2014 to 12 July 2015 |Adults $14.50, Concession $12.50, Children (3-15) $11.50