Here is a list of all the previous temporary exhibitions in Science Centre AHHAA main building in Tartu since its opening in May 2011. Exhibitions that have been displayed in Tallinn and Pärnu are also listed below.
To find out more about our earlier activities, check "AHHAA 1999-2003"
More than 10 million people have already visited it and now it’s your turn. Real human bodies have been preserved by a unique technique – plastination. Come and see the side of humans that is rarely seen otherwise: surprising secrets, interesting details and the complex structure.
Our brand new exhibition literally takes you inside human bodies. More than 150 organs and body parts will be on display in our Hall of Temporary exhibitions. So come and see what the human body really looks like – inside out!
At AHHAA’s newest exhibition, you can take a look at:
Here is your chance to get to know your body better (and also learn how to take better care of it!)
More than 100 cross-sections of actual human bodies are waiting for you in Science Centre AHHAA!
This time, Science Centre AHHAA shows its visitors what’s going on behind the scenes – how special effects are created and movie miracles are actually made.
„Aha, Behind the Scenes“ shows you the very important side of moviemaking that usually remains invisible. What you see on the movie or TV screen is never the same thing that the camera sees!
„Aha, Behind the Scenes!“ was created by Science Centre AHHAA.
Now you can become a director or a cinematographer – or even an actor! In this exhibition, you can:
Come and find out what’s happening behind the scenes!
You too can become a secret agent! The mission awaits you at Science Centre AHHAA. On 7th May 2015, we open the doors to the hidden world of secret service. Find out how real secret agents work and use the same methods and technology as they do!
„Aha, Top Secret!“ is open until 17th April 2016. If you’re a fan of detective novels and movies or want to know how crime scene investigation works, this exhibition is definitely for you!
42 awesome interactive exhibits are waiting for you.
Come to AHHAA and:
And remember – only a true secret agent will succeed! Your mission begins here.
From the 14th of November until the 26th of April our exhibition hall will be swarming with real dinosaurs who roar, move, scream and will probably make your heart beat faster!
How did this happen? Well, we invented a Time Machine and accidentally turned it 200 million years into the past. The result is a house full of dinosaurs and we’re in a bit of a trouble. If you dare, then come by and see how these pre-historic animals really looked like. "Aha, Dinosaurs!" is waiting for you.
Did you know?
If you want to find out some more about dinosaurs, then come and check out our exhibition!
"Aha, Dinosaurs!" is open 14.11.2014 - 26.04.2015
"Sink or Sail?" is the largest and technically most complex exhibition that has ever been made in Estonia. It's a magnificent adventure to the world of water physics and the history of marine travel
"Sink or Sail?" is open until 1 November.
Supported by Estonian Research Council
From 12 November 2013 to 13 April 2014, the visitors of AHHAA are welcomed to visit our sense and perception themed exhibition "Aha, Keep in Touch!". Nearly 50 interactive hands-on (and minds-on) exhibits are waiting for you in our hall of temporary exhibitions.
The exhibition is divided into nine different areas. Come and check out the snuggling tunnel, take a journey into the world of human perception, wander in the dark and explore the animal kingdom.
In "Aha, Keep in Touch!", you will...
The exhibition will be open until 13 April 2014.
"Aha, Keep in Touch!" is built by Apex.
Photographs courtesy of Apex.
"Aha, Red Herring!" is a completely unique, but totally fun exhibition on the Baltic Sea, food production and consumption.
Did you know that the Baltic Sea is one of the largest inland seas in the world? Due to several geographical and biological factors, it is also an extraordinary living environment for many organisms. However, these factors also make Baltic Sea extremely vulnerable and susceptible to damage caused by human activity. Did you know that polluted water from rivers may affect the fish living in Baltic Sea, which - when they end up on our dinner plates - may then affect us as well? "Aha, Red Herring!" lets you explore the unexpected and surprising side of the Baltic Sea, food production and the connections between these two.
Come and find out...
(From here on, all exhibitions will be in the main building in Tartu only)
Come and join us on a race to space! Straight from Australia, "Aha, Space!" is a unique opportunity to do what millions have dreamed about, but only a chosen few have really experienced.
In 1961, the first man journeyed into outer space. In 1969 the first man stepped on Moon. In 2012, it's your turn to discover space. Find out how to navigate, whether it's possible to scream in space and what do stars look like if you look at them from outside Earth.
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AHHAA Pärnu 01.06-31.08.2013
AHHAA Tallinn 04.11.12-30.04.2013
AHHAA Tartu 04.05-30.10.2012
"Aha, Sparkling and Sizzling!", an exhibition built by AHHAA's own exhibition masters which shows the unexpected and wondrous world of light and physics. Write your own personal statement in UV graffiti, get lost in the world of mirrors and try to catch lightning! In addition to the exhibition, you're welcome to join in our fascinating workshops that take place every day.
Did you know that...
AHHAA Tallinn 10.05-31.10.2012
AHHAA Tartu 01.11.11-30.04.12012
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Built by Science Centre Heureka in Finland, to open the minds of visitors to the wonderful and multi-faceted world of music. Come and create sounds of your own by using different instruments and methods, get to know the physical properties of sound and let the music influence your body and mind!
You can experiment with every instrument - giant panpipes, air guitar or never ending piano, become a conductor of a symphony orchestra, beat an invisible drum and find out how musical you are. Additionally, you can listen to the music made by different people and nations and compare the sound of a song as recorded on a wax cylinder and compact disc.
The exhibition was created by Heureka in cooperation with the Sibelius Academy, Department of Music of the University of Helsinki, Department of Sound Processing and Acoustics of Aalto University, Centre of Art and Technology Espoo and several enterprises.
You don't have to hold a tune to visit the exhibition - everyone can make music!
AHHAA Tartu 11.06-31.10.2011
Robot Zoo is a study of the form and function of real animals through their bio-mechanical counterparts. Here, the animals are mechanical, programmable robots displayed in the context of their natural habitats. On display, you can see a bat, chameleon, giraffe, grasshopper, house fly, platypus, rhinoceros and giant squid! Come and see the amazing mechanics of living things!