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NEMO Science Center

Come for the science, stay for the rooftop garden

The science museum appeals to families, but don't give it a miss just because you don't have kids in tow. Designed by Renzo Piano, it is often referred to as boat-, fish- or whale-shaped, but whatever outline onlookers detect, they all agree it's an eye-catching building.  The vast sloping roof with views over the city is worth a visit on its own. The huge exhibition space underneath, a hands-on journey of discovery through all areas of science and technology, will get your inner kid excited, no matter what your age.


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