Microbes, you can’t see them, but they’re here. They are on you. In you. And you’ve got more than a hundred thousand billion of them. Micropia is the only museum where you can get so up close and personal with the microbes.
Microbes are invisible, you cant see them but they are all around us. And all of them together weigh more than all of humanity combined. At Micropia we learn about the countless microscopic lifeforms that we share our existence with. So they are everywhere, but you will never see them in your day to day life. By entering the museum you will learn more about these lifeforms. Micropia is the world’s first and so far only microbe museum located within the Artis Royal Zoo. This one-of-a-kind attraction will give you a unique glimpse into the microscopic world and provides a fun interactive journey into the realm of the unseen.
Enter Micropia Amsterdam
Micropia, the world’s first microbe museum is a fun and unforgettable experience for all ages. During your visit you’ll be taken on a journey that will teach you all about the invisible realm of bacteria, viruses, yeast, algae, mold and other tiny lifeforms. Learn how the world cannot exist without them and how they keep natures balance. See, touch and interact during the Micropia experience. High-definition cameras and slides, ultramodern microscopes, enlarged models, interactive games and many more surprises are all waiting for you in the museum. Micropia Amsterdam is a state-of-the-art exhibit that is to be as educational and exciting as possible. Discover the basic elements of molecular structures and the biological components which shape us and the world around us. Truly a must-see for anybody spending time in the Netherlands!
You can make reservations for Micropia directly through our website and enjoy fast-track admission at the entrance. Micropia isone of the city’s best new attractions, so this is also the way to ensure availability of tickets in advance.
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