When? Opening weekends and during the Belgian school holidays.
What? From the following list, explore a different suggestion each day! On the day of your visit, check the Pass'erelle or PASS cafeteria screens.
“Tissues of the future: a lab investigation”Who’s it for? 6 years and more
Where? The “Lab’expo chimie” area
Theme: What natural element inspired the creation of a super fabric that resists water and cleans itself?
“Stimulating my smell”Who’s it for? 4 to 7 years
Theme: smells and aromas
“Robot insects”Who’s it for? 6 years and more
Theme: How does nature inspire how robots are designed?
Where? The “Cyber’espace”
Theme: Communicating through moving images by using a series of still images.
“3D printing”Who’s it for? For everyone!
Where? In the “Monsieur Machine” exhibition
Theme: Learn to create little 3D objects.
“The unfinished house”Who’s it for? 4 to 7 year olds
Where? The “Pass’âge des Découvreurs” space
Theme: Construction of a house, from walls to roof.
Theme: Prepare your own cream or toothpaste.
On-the-job training for children
Opening times From 9.00 am to 4.00 pm
How much does it cost? €75/week
“In the great outdoors”When? From 16 to 20 July 2018.
From 20 to 24 August 2018.
Who’s it for? 9 to 12 years
Theme: Tackling the slag heap, the flower meadow or the pond. Games, entertainment and creative activities to explore biodiversity.
“Everyone’s a maker”When? From 23 to 27 July 2018.
Who’s it for? 12 to 15 years
Theme: Acquiring techniques, discovering technological tools and the basics of programming.
“Little life hacks!”
When? From 6 to 10 August 2018.
Who’s it for? 6 to 8 year olds
Theme: What’s behind my tablet? Am I big enough to control a robot? Fun approach to the digital world.