Knowledge Pavilion - Live Science

1990-223 Lisboa - Lisboa
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Projected and built at the time of the great world exhibition Expo’ 98, on the north area of the Lisboa town, the Knowledge Pavilion - Live Science is nowadays a very interesting interactive museum of science and technology that aims to make science accessible to all, and is integrant and central part of a Live Science Centres net, a national initiative for scientific and technological culture.

The project was signed by the prestige Architect Carrilho da Graça, as integrant part of the Expo ‘98 dedicated to the Oceans. The Pavilion was by then known as “Ocean Knowledge Pavilion”, showing of the relationship between Men and the Oceans through the ages, and since then the Pavilion has been adapted into the Live Science project.
Nowadays the Pavilion offers a wide variety of activities, with the permanent exhibition divided into four nucleus: the “Exploratorium” where physics, humour and art coexist in creating interactive educational exhibits; the “See, Do and Learn!” with a collection of 66 interactive Exhibits from two European science centres, the “Unfinished House” where children build houses at their own scale, and the “Live Mathematics”, an interactive exhibition with more than sixty different ways to learn Maths.
The Knowledge Pavilion also houses temporary exhibitions that approach the most diversified scientific areas in an interactive ways, stimulating experimentation and exploration of the physical world.
Complementing are the services of a cybercafé, a bookstore, a media library and a shop with exclusive items.


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