The Danish Science Centre re-opened today, following an official inauguration with HRH Crown Prince Frederik. With 11,500 square metres of exhibition space, the new Experimentarium is twice the size of the old building which suffered major damage from a fire in 2015. The new centre includes “the World’s first interactive cinema, “an enormous roof terrace for open-air activities” and 16 interactive exhibitions including the Beach, a large water exhibition supplied by Science Projects. The exhibits featured a large-scale submarine and ship, as well as many different exhibits about water safety, science and environments. We are delighted to have been involved in this wonderful project, and contribute to the vision of our client.

Experimentarium first opened in 1991, when the European Science Centre movement was at its infancy and an exciting opportunity to explore how hands-on, interactive exhibitions could engage minds and spark interest in science and technology.

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