Best Education Exhibitions With Amazing Learning
There is a lot to be learnt and studied on an educational exposition tour such as in art galleries, science and technology centers, zoos, aquarium etc.
If your team at school is planning for the next education tour, here is a list of great places you can visit.
1. Bodies… The Exhibition.
Bodies… showcases 13 whole-day specimens and over 260 organs and partial body specimens for an awe-striking educational experiences.
This is a 100 times more and better than any science lab dissection you’d ever imagine. Learners get the chance to see real bodies preserved with internal organs in complete 3-D vision of human form. They are rooms dedicated for different parts of the body including respiratory, muscular, nervous and digestive system.
Do you want to learn more about fetal development in stages, as well as fetuses with birth defects such as conjoined twins? Then there is a whole section dedicated for just this.
If you are a smoker who is yet to quit, then you need to head over and see lung organs of a smoker and how they become after long duration of smoking.
2. Titanic; The Artifact Exhibition.<
It is located in Luxor Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.
as described by white star lane and its builders , this “floating palace” has rich history which has been viewed an average of 28 million times.
In the exhibition, you get the opportunity to travel back in time and witness the experience of the most haunting strategy on the sea. Visit this place and study history of the best ocean-liner to be made by mankind.
3. Cartoon Museum
It is located in London.
The Cartoon Museum is a London museum for British cartoons, caricatures, comic strips and animation. They have very rich exhibitions dating hundreds of years back. If you need caricatures of the WW1, then this is the right place to go.
4. The Segal Center for Performing Acts at Saidye.
It is located in Montreal, Canada.
They sponsor the ‘Sunday @ the Segal Lecture‘ series whereby directors, academicians writers, editors etc meet for popular debates & discussion on topics pertaining to Jazz Houdini & Mozart.
5. Ancient Lives, New Discoveries
Located in London
Do you want to see people who lived 100 and more years ago in your life today? You need to visit this exhibition which will introduce you to eight people from ancient Egypt and Sudan. Their remains have been miraculously preserved, either from natural processes or careful embalming, ready for their encounter with the 21st century.
Opens 22 May-30 Nov