is a playground just outside the museum. The playground has a number of different structures focused on special numbers and unique mathematics principles. There are structures for making music, mind puzzles, a triangle climbing net, and more. There are 25 stations to explore.
is an exhibit dedicated to the wonders of the human mind. There are over 50 stations in this exhibit where you can interact with technology. There is an eye tracking paint station, a sculpting with your body station, a play construction zone, and more. There is also an indoor playground with a slide, two mazes, some low climbing structures, and interactive games. The Megamind exhibit is especially reserved for children with disabilities on occasion. Check their calendar for more information.
explores technology's role in making us more than human. It specifically explores the technologies and ethical questions behind mechanical human enhancement, genome editing, surveillance, artificial intelligence, and life extension technologies.
looks at everything from the evocative nature of immersive game play to the nostalgia and fan cultures of video games. The exhibit has virtual reality stations, experimental game mechanics, an immersive video game history presentation, as well as gaming stations. Children have the opportunity to learn about video game development and to try a number of video games themselves.
is in the basement of the museum and it explores the history of mining. This dangerous industrial work has a deep history in Sweden. The exhibit features a recreation of mining tunnels filled with figures and scenes through mining's history until modern times.
is located in a small room located next to the shop in the museum entrance. The 1:87 scale model contains over 50 meters of track from 6 separate train sets. Uno Milton, the creator, put over 3,500 hours into the creation of the model over 7 years. Everything except for the trains themselves were built by hand. The model, which is over 70 years old, is appreciated by the young and old.
NOTE: this exhibit is currently closed to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
is located in the basement of the museum. This is an exhibit for play. Children can explore mechanics, light, sounds, and more through innovative stations and toys.
is located in the first large room. It is a collection of inventions that were chosen by elementary students and their teachers as the most influential innovations in history. Here you will find everything from early automobiles, bicycles, rockets, robots, and more.
is an exhibit that presents the inventions of Christopher Polhem, a famous Swedish inventor. His most notable contributions were to mechanics involved in the mining industry.
is an exhibit showcasing digital preservation. Tekniska owns and maintains a massive record of documents, photos, and media about Sweden's technological history. Some of those archives are on display here in physical and digital form. The exhibit shows the ongoing work to digitize the archive.
is run by the SSA, and amateur radio association in Sweden. Over 50 volunteers run the exhibit. In the exhibit children can explore shortwave, ultra-shortwave and digital radio transmission. They can even send a message in Morse code.
NOTE: this exhibit is currently closed to reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19.
is a temporary exhibit from the London Design Museum that looks at the experience of living on mars, getting there, and the level of detail needed to survive in such a far off place. The exhibit will show over 150 items from previous space missions and explore the details of a mission to mars.
Tuesday - Sunday
10:00 AM to 5:00 PM