This travelling exhibition is a turnkey - no surprise exhibition. It contains
approx. 700 objects (mainly originals) and numerous models of burial sites,
temples and palaces made by the architect Dr. Christian Tietze.
They tend to keep doing what they're doing. When we see a change in speed, direction or BOTH, we know there are forces at work. So lift up a ball, place it on a track and learn about motion and how it is affected by a number of variables...
SPORTS Arena is the ultimate in high-action science combined with knowledge
of fitness and nutrition. With hands-on and body-on experiences, this
exhibition allows visitors to explore the fascinating science behind many
Imaginate explores 5 exciting themes which represent a possible pathway to
innovation, allowing the participant to 'Dream Big', 'Expected the
Unexpected', 'Collaborate or Compete', 'Try Try and Try Again' and '...
For the first time in the world, an exhibition is being shown about the
fascinating cult complex Stonehenge and its surrounding landscape including
the latest research findings on the much bigger and older stone circle at
This exhibition sets out to look at the stadium, through its relationship
with the city that builds it and with the different stakeholders involved.
The stadium will be looked at as a whole, and not just in terms of
Saltwater – Aboriginal Art for the first time outside of Australia in an
extraordinary traveling exhibition. This unique exhibition presents 50 bark
paintings on Eucalyptus bark and about 8 log coffin poles, paintings on