“We are a hands-on science centre where visitors are encouraged to get involved and come to their own conclusions by experimenting, touching and trying,” explains Maria Thieme at Dalénium. “The workshop themes and activities change all the time; one day we build cars made from pasta and the next we make paper creations with a twist.” The aim of Dalénium Science Centre is to increase interest in science and technology by organising interactive challenges and scientific shows. Their renowned shows, which take place at the vintage cinema, engage children as well as adults and cover topics ranging from lasers to the science of gas and air.