The week

For years, children and students had mostly theoretical training. Long hours of mathematics and physics, with no practical demonstration, and no laboratory work. Many graduates had never touched a scientific instrument, nor seen a laser beam. But our reality is more than numbers and equations. Many times our formal logic is unable to explain the ilogical behavior of Nature. Experience is based on what we see and touch. Let's give our children the chance to open their minds by using their senses. Bring them to play with simple experimental stands at the Romanian Atmospheric Observatory, and learn about the atmosphere, oceans and energy.

The first week of April is devoted to a different teaching approach. You can use this opportunity to visit the Romanian Atmospheric Observatory: a place where you can generate tornadoes, play with magnetic levitation, and understand lasers. Contact us at for scheduling.