At Het Pass in Mons (Bergen)

Simon is not really into museums. He prefers to learn things at his own pace and dislikes crowds. The pictures below are from our visit to Het Pass, a science museum in Wallonia, near the French border. The museum is situated in what formerly were mining facilities, the exhibits are interactive, spread out in several oddly shaped buildings connected by industrial bridges and escalators. I believe Simon actually enjoyed the electricity and the genetics rooms, even though the two of us got struck by the electricity from the plasma ball  (painful!):

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At MuHKA

Visited the reopened museum of contemporary art in Antwerpen MuHKA this afternoon. Simon enjoyed a few graphical pieces, especially when allowed to take photos of them with my mobile.

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Three pictures taken by Simon:

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Definitions of “the Truth”:

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In the children’s “Salon”, we loved the survival-on-the-Moon game: you had to answer the questions about which items would help you survive on the Moon.

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