The Kinetic Gardens is a great place to spent an hour or two exploring.
There are plenty of educational structures, optical sculptures, mechanism with clear signs describing each of their functions and origin. The best part is, unlike the main exhibits, entrance to the garden is free.
Here are some of the items we really like in this fascinating garden.
The kids love this. They can get pretty rough trying to get some space on the wheel so do watch out for the little ones.
This fascinating piece called the” fireball” lets you experience the concept of centrifugal force. Move your body towards the central ring and you will go faster move your body away and you will slow down
Named after the Greek inventor Archimedes, this devise direct water up its column when the top handle is turned. DS have lots of fun turning the handle and watching the water being raised.
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