Our Traveling Exhibition Project
Our goal is to bring young audiences closer to our world’s most important scientific heritage, brought together in a small area so that they can explore and learn together. From these exhibits and workshops children can become familiar with the geometric shapes of Archimedes, learn about Leonardo's simple machines, and be introduced to the amazing engineering secrets of the great Roman Empire. Despite the apparent simplicity of their designs, these mechanisms are still in wide use today and tell the fascinating story of the collective scientific journey of mankind culminating with the achievements of perhaps the greatest mind in recorded history Leonardo da Vinci, whose unfettered imagination, brilliant intellect, and simplicity in presentation demonstrates the capability within each of us to understand our contemporary world through observation and experimentation in order to equip us to one day become active participants to its further exploration and development.
Suitable for children and families and a great asset for education in schools, science centers, museums, libraries and educational institutions, the Eureka - Interactive History of Science Exhibition for children is an easy to install, fun, interactive, educational exhibition comprised of historically accurate scientific models for even the most budget conscious venues and a place where the next generation of scientists can experience their first Eureka moment!