“Experimentanium” Museum of Entertaining Sciences
Moscow, ul. Leningradsky prospect, 80, building 11
Tel.: +7 (495) 120-05-20
Monday–Friday: from 9:30 to 19:00
Saturday–Sunday: from 10:00 to 20:00
– Adults – 450 rubles
– Children – 450 rubles
Tuesday, Thursday, Friday:
– Adults – 550 rubles
-Children – 450 rubles
Saturday and Sunday:
-Adults – 650 rubles
-Children – 550 rubles
Scientific shows and master classes – 200-300 rubles (depending on the program)
Founder and director of the museum
Maxim Vasilievich Samsonenko
The museum’s owners were inspired by memories of the Palaces of Pioneers, school science hobbies, and home experiments. While reading “Entertaining Physics” by Perelman, they regretted that in modern Moscow there were almost no places where parents could bring their children to spark their interest in science, while in Europe and America many scientific museums had been operating for many years. Therefore, they decided to create a popular science project in Moscow that would be interesting to visitors of any age.
The Experimentarium Museum of Entertaining Sciences presents an interactive exhibition that covers the main fields of science. In each room there are exhibits that you can and should interact with by exploring, collecting, solving puzzles, jumping, and even screaming. The museum also hosts scientific shows, master classes, and educational programs.
The collection of the Experimentarium Museum of Entertaining Sciences consists of more than 300 interactive exhibits dedicated to the main sections of physics.
– Member of the International Council of Museums (ICOM)
– Member of the Association for the Development of Scientific and Technical Museums “AMNIT”