How about completing your tour of the exhibitions with entertainment for the whole family? That’s what the PASS team offers you! Various activities and entertainment are put on every day. Investigate, test, build and learn together!
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? 

“Animated film”

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. 

 “Cosmetic lab”

Where? Laboratory
Theme: Prepare your own cream or toothpaste.

On-the-job training for children

During the school holidays, do you wonder how to keep your children busy? The PASS has the solution for you! The programme includes clever workshops adapted to your child’s age, focusing on discovering digital technology, laboratory experiments or immersion in nature... You’ll unlock all science’s secrets!
Who’s it for? 6 to 15 years
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.