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Einstein’s Entertaining Sciences Museum in Yaroslavl

Which museums in Yaroslavl are worth visiting? The Einstein Museum of Science and Entertainment in Yaroslavl has a lot to give because it is the Russian interactive museum! The museum comes with an unusual motto “the highest level of scientific research play”, which, opened in October 2013 as a traditional museum, where exhibits are carefully preserved by visitors and hidden behind the glass windows of exhibition stands. Not only is it possible, but you need to touch, turn, and twist any mechanism, trying to understand how they work. It is this interactivity and accessibility that awakens interest in science and makes the younger generation interested in learning. These museums had already opened in Vologda, Voronezh, Volgograd, Krasnodar, Stavropol, and now in the world of museum science entertainment invites them to Yaroslavl.

The museum’s exhibition

The exhibitions at the Einstein’s Entertaining Sciences Museum (Russian interactive museum) are presented in the form of a game that will reveal to visitors a great many scientific mysteries and secrets. For example, operating a lever where friction drives how optical illusion works and how magnetism manifests itself. Applying the laws of physics, there is a finger that is capable of lifting forty pounds in weight, built without a single nail of cold water from the boiling bridge.

You will see what is Foucault’s pendulum, Newton’s pendulum and Maxwell’s pendulum which resembles Tesla’s lamp with the dynamic lightning. In the example shown at the beginning the action of the arches of the folding bridge, there are three plates, rolling down on different surfaces, illustrating a mechanical phenomenon, like friction. With the help of the weights and rods it is possible to explain clearly what affects the density. For an understanding of the principles of cinema there is a special rotating drum: the image inside the horses, which is reflected in the mirrors, creating a moving image. In total, the museum has more than 100 objects on display in eight rooms, the exhibition is constantly supplemented and updated. This museum is unique among other museums in Yaroslavl.

Please note that the price of the ticket already includes the services of a guide, all visitors are looking forward to a fascinating tour of the Einstein’s Entertaining Sciences Museum, filled with accompanying commentary and stories about the exhibitions.

The average duration of each tour is one hour and then visitors can stay in the museum and apply this knowledge in practice, the self-study continues.

There are many museums in Yaroslavl but don’t forget to visit this Russian interactive museum during your trip in Yaroslavl!

 

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