An immersive journey into nature
From dinosaurs to prehistoric humans, from pristine views to the most revolutionary technologies. Inside the MUSE science museum in Trento, you can explore nature from every angle.
The Science Museum will strike you from the outside, thanks to its innovative forms that recall the shape of the Trentino mountains. The structure, opened to the public in 2013, bears the signature of the star architect Renzo Piano.
Once you enter, you will find yourself catapulted into a path where the visitor is the absolute protagonist: you can experience what you are learning firsthand, through interactive games and immersive environments. The permanent exhibition demonstrates all the facets of life on Earth, with the aim - ambitious but essential - of building a better future for the planet and its inhabitants. Not surprisingly, the same building is built respecting eco-sustainability criteria, with natural materials and using renewable energy sources.
The proposed routes are suitable for all age groups. Dedicated to the littlest visitors (0-5 years), there is the Maxi Ooh!, an exhibition and sensory space tailored to children. Do not miss the FabLab, a real "workshop of ideas", and the tropical greenhouse, where in an instant you will be transported from the landscapes of the alpine arc to the tropical ones of Tanzania.