The Nemo Museum in Amsterdam is a really cool place where you can do lots of fun and interesting things! It’s not like a regular museum where you just look at stuff – here, you get to play and learn at the same time.
One of the coolest things is that you can experiment with all kinds of science stuff. There are cool gadgets and hands-on exhibits that let you see how things work. Imagine playing with giant soap bubbles, making your own shadow shapes, or even trying out an earthquake simulator – it’s like being a scientist for a day!
The museum also has a big ship-shaped building, and you can climb to the top for an amazing view of Amsterdam. It’s like being a pirate on a ship, but without the sea!
If you’re into puzzles and brain games, there are lots of those too. You can challenge your mind and have fun figuring out tricky puzzles.
Nemo is not a quiet place – it’s full of energy and excitement. It’s a great spot for kids and families to explore and discover the wonders of science in a really fun way. So, when you go to Nemo, get ready to play, learn, and have a fantastic time!
Oosterdok 2, 1011 VX Amsterdam
NEMO is open Tuesday to Sunday between 10.00 – 17.00, and the entrance fee is 17,50 euros.
During school holidays and on public holidays the museum is also open on Mondays.