Nuts and bolts explained

Entrance with science centre ticket
40 min
Age 4+
We all know the stories of the bolt and the nut, but how do they actually work and what's the difference? In this workshop, we'll make a fun keyring for the youngest ones using different fasteners.


  • Grupi suurus on 12-25 inimest.
  • Sobib vanusele alates 4. eluaastast.
  • Kestab kuni 30-45 minutit.
  • Minimaalne ettevalmistusaeg: 15 minutit.
  • Minimaalne koristusaeg: 15 minutit.
  • Võimalik on läbi viia kaks samateemalist töötuba paralleelselt (täpsem info tellimuse esitamisel).

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