List of past temporary expos

Visual of the exhibition 'Heart at Work': people surrounding and climbing on a huge human heart
Heart at Work

Displayed at the Museum: 14/12/2005 > 05/11/2006

Your heart averages 37,000,000 beats a year. It might even go faster if you're in love! How many times has your heart beaten so far? How does it work? What is blood pressure? What are a heart attack, a haemorrhage and other heart troubles? Are you at risk? Can you prevent cardiac diseases?

Embark on a journey through your own body and discover a fairly undiscovered terrain: your heart and blood vessels. Following the course of veins and arteries throughout the human body, you'll discover several aspects:

Visual of the exhibition 'Simply Mussels'
Simply mussels

Displayed at the Museum: 04/05/2005 > 02/07/2006

An intriguing, entertaining, and surprising exhibition!

The picking and eating of Mussels out of a large pot is something you need to experience once in your life! Thanks to this unconventional exhibition, you will discover the many more treasures pearling out of this unusual shellfish!

Visual of the exhibition 'CreepyCrawly': a girl next to a giant fly
CreepyCrawly

Displayed at the Museum: 14/10/2004 > 15/05/2005

Experience the creepy crawly lives that go on around you, on top of you and inside of you.

There's fun and games for the entire family, both for those who like spiders and those who are a little bit frightened of them. Pay a visit to your closest neighbours – observe them, play with them, and compete with them.

Visual of the exhibition 'Olympic Games for Animals': an ostrich, a zebra and a child on the starting line
Olympic Games for Animals

Displayed at the Museum: 25/05/2004 > 26/09/2004

In this Olympic Summer, the Museum of Natural Sciences is organizing its own Olympic Games for Animals. Running, jumping, swimming, shooting: these are only a few disciplines where animals are the champions. Come and see a lot more. But you will also have the opportunity to compete with these animals. Give it a try! In doing so, you will understand why the leopard is a redoutable sprinter and a flee an outstanding jumper.

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