Do you know what an indicator is and why do we use it? Let's see if we can turn an ordinary object - such as cabbage - into an indicator, and study acids and bases in household chemicals.

What's the difference between acid and base, are these substances dangerous and why do have to know them anyway? You'll find out in this workshop.

Booking information

In AHHAA
  • Group size: 10-25 people
  • Suitable for age 10+
  • Minimum time for preparation: 15 minutes
  • Minimum time for cleaning: 30 minutes
  • Possibility for 2 simultaneous workshops? Yes (more information upon booking)
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At your event
  • Group size: up to 25 people
  • Suitable for age 10+
  • Minimum time for preparation: 15 minutes
  • Minimum time for cleaning: 30 minutes
  • Possibility for 2 simultaneous workshops? Yes (more information upon booking)
  • Suitable for outdoor events. In case of rain, the organizer must provide a dry area for workshop
  • Technical requirements: tables and chairs for the participants, access to electricity in the workshop area
  • Parking space required
Book for a school  or other organization 
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