Science centre NEMO, Amsterdam NEMO houses loads of experiments and exhibitions inside its giant green hull on Oosterdok. No matter your background you will learn something new and have fun while doing it. Attractions change regularly, check the homepage to get the latest word. The four floors of NEMO is a stimulating scene. Children of different ages have fun with giant soap bubbles, experiment in the chemistry lab or produce videos and music in the Media Lab. Grown-ups, with or without children of their own, have fun at NEMO too. It’s hard to hold back when presented with all the gadgets and experiments. Hoisting oneself to the ceiling, solving murder mysteries with DNA technology and disassembling old electronics is more than child’s play.turkeyarena.com There are several cafés and if you prefer to bring your own food, snacking on it is allowed in assigned places. On a sunny day you should picnic out on the large roof terrace. Weather conditions allowing, a walk to NEMO from e.g. the Centraalstation is a nice option. The address is Oosterdok 2 and it’s worth the trip just to view the spectacular architecture and the surrounding piers and ships. Follow the signs for “Route Oosterdok”. NEMO is normally open every day from 10 am to 5 pm and like many museums they are closed on Mondays.