Find your fortes

We invite 7 to 13 year-old children to cyclical workshop, which takes place once each quarter of a year.

During the workshop Museum’s employees present information from a range of their professional interest, connected with their everyday work in Department of Education, History of Transport Department, Department of Technology, Industry and Municipal Engineering.
Topics of the workshop were chosen in order to give everyone the opportunity to develop, broaden and support their interest in technology. 

Price – 19 zł per child.
We kindly ask you to make a reservation, by phone (12) 428 66 44, or in Museum’s box office.
Number of participants is limited.


I quarter of 2017
March 18, 2017
At 10.30
Kaleidoscope of emotions.
What are emotions? Can you measure them? Emotions leave traces in our body: the number and intensity of breaths changes, as well as heart rate, temperature of our body, electrical conductivity of the skin, look on our face. At the workshop, with the help of special cards, we will try to name our emotions and, using electronic sets, we will try to hear and see them.
Duration: 45 min.

II quarter of 2017
June 3, 2017
At 10.30
Cardioverter - defibrillator - what is it?
At the workshop we will get to know a cardiologist Mieczysław Mirowski and his invention - the cardioverter-defibrillator. We will try to look inside the device to learn its complicated structure.
Duration: 45 min.

III quarter of 2017
September 23, 2017
At 10.30
How does dirty water become clean?
At the workshop we will learn, how to make a water filter. We will study the phenomena of diffusion, osmosis and sedimentation. From the prepared materials we will build a filter to purify water and then we will use it to purify dirty water.
Duration: 45 min.

IV quarter of 2017
November 18, 2017
At 10.30
States of matter - what is it?
At the workshop we will learn what is the state of matter and how to recognize a phase transition. We will do some experiments with ice and sulphur during which we will observe different states of matter and phase transitions.
Duration: 45 min.