Children aged 3 to 13 who have their birthday party at the Pavilion of Knowledge can dress up as whoever they want. From explorers to researchers, astronauts to forensic scientists or engineers, nothing is impossible.
Our exhibits will also be guests: these include more than 2500 m2 with activities for those who are curious and like gadgets, cheeky little ones and older nutty ones.
You only need to choose the programme that best identifies with the birthday girl/boy and indicate the number of guests. With the certainty that it's going to be a party with lots of science.
Bouncy Snack (3 to 10 years old)
Dogs and cats have been our companions since the dawn of civilization, they have followed the evolution of our society and they have played an important role as pets. However, our habits are a bit different. Let's get to know some of these differences: what they eat, how they interact with the world around them and what are their instincts.
Put on the apron and accompany us on this journey through the world of animals through a deliciously bouncy activity. During the visit to the exhibitions, if you are between 3 and 6 years, discover the (new) Unfinished House. (maximum 25 children)
Life onboard the Space Station (from 3 to 10 years)
Who ever dreamt of being an astronaut? Life in Space is a real challenge. Space scientists work in an environment totally different from the one on Earth. In a microgravity environment, drinking a glass of water is really an adventure. And what will it be like to bath, eat or sleep in space? If you want to find out the answers to all of these questions, this party is for you.
Wear the astronaut’s suit and climb aboard our knowledge ship. During the visit to the exhibitions, if you are between 3 and 6 years, discover the (new) Unfinished House. (maximum 25 children)
Molecules à La Carte (from 7 to 13 years old)
What is a molecule? And how does it relate to gastronomy? Molecular cooking hides many secrets. Come explore new ways to create recipes and apply innovative cooking techniques, using the ingredients you usually find in the pantry at home.
Ready for a good "water fork"? Come and make a delicious dish and surprise your family and friends. (maximum 25 children)
Pet Robot (8 to 13 years old)
If you like animals and Robotics is your passion, this activity is for you. Using motors, LEDs and other mechanisms in our enhanced Dòing workshop, let's build your four-legged robotic company. And in the end do not forget to take him for a walk! (maximum 25 children)
Essential particle? It's you! (from 3 to 13 years)
Do you find science a little boring? After this party you will change your mind ... The experiences are spectacular and you will not just be surprised by scientific phenomena: we will also reveal all the physical and chemical principles that are behind each essay.
Prepared for an incredible experience at the Pavilion of Knowledge’s Lab? During the visit to the exhibitions, if you are between 3 and 6 years, discover the (new) Unfinished House. (maximum 20 children)
360º Experiences (from 7 to 13 years old)
If you want to celebrate your birthday in our exhibitions, this programme is for you! Enter an authentic forest of physical phenomena at the Explora exhibition, make your gadgets at the "Dòing" Workshop, travel through the fascinating world of "Cats and Dogs" and challenge yourself to incredible acrobatics and fantastic attractions of the circus world at "Tcharan". (maximum 35 children)
Science in the street (from 8 to 12 years)
Do you like bugs, pebbles and observe everything on the street? Become a small scientist and discover the biodiversity of the surrounding area of the Pavilion of Knowledge. Armed with compass, magnifying glass and measuring instruments, you will collect and record in your field notebook how Science is Well Alive. In the end, do not forget to give everything back to Nature: it is there that these elements belong. (maximum 25 children; programme available between 1 May and 30 September)
Night Adventure (7 to 13 years old)
After all the visitors leave, the Pavilion of Knowledge reopens doors just for you! Challenge your friends to an adventure in an area of more than 5000 square meters filled with puzzles: you'll have to ride a suspended bike on a wire six meters high, try a bed with 4000 nails, dive into a ball pool and test your creativity in a jungle of robotics and electronics. Pay close attention: the clock does not stop counting and the hours are passing ... (maximum 30 children)
Elementary, my dear (10 to 13 years old)
In a periodic table there are clues: clues about elements. But on analyzing them we realize that they lack elements ... They are scattered all around us and their properties allow us to do fantastic things. Is it glowing? Cold to the touch? And why does it disappear?