There are thousands of tourist attractions, if you want to see the desert style, go to Africa, if you want to see the rainforest, go to South America, if you want to see classical elegance, go to Europe. The Netherlands, located in Europe, as one of the lowest countries in the world, has a long-standing maritime civilization.
In the Netherlands, windmills have become landmarks, so they are also known as the "Land of Windmills". In addition, the Netherlands has many beautiful scenery such as tulip parks and dam squares. But today we want to mention not only the beauty of the Netherlands, but also the museums of the Netherlands.
Museums can be found almost everywhere in the Netherlands, highlighting the depth of the Netherlands. Museums in European and American countries often have a strong cultural atmosphere, but museums usually have obvious classification, and will clarify the boundaries between each museum according to the cultural relics in the museum.
In general, the cultural relics in most museums are relatively single, which can clearly distinguish what kind of museum they belong to, but the things on display can give visitors a deep feeling. This is also a unique place in the Netherlands in design museums, which will make visitors feel different psychologically and sensorially.
But the Netherlands also has a relatively special museum, both in design and construction, has reached its peak. This museum is known as the "Human Simulator" museum, and it will be familiar to many people.
The museum is forbidden to anyone under the age of six, but it doesn't stop some children from getting interested in the museum, letting their parents into the museum, and then telling them what's in it.
But when adults describe the internal situation, there is often a part of magic. This body museum is arguably the most special body museum in the world, as it is more elaborately built, designed to be more extraordinary, and more experiential.
This tall museum, in addition to its real internal structure, presents the diversity of organs in its cutting-edge technological way, from a person's womb to his brain to his eyes. Coupled with many interactive educational and entertainment courses, it attracts the attention of the little ones and adds a layer of educational significance.
The museum has been around for a long time and is visited by a large number of visitors every day. In order to ensure the normal operation of the facilities, the museum has unique working hours to ensure normal operation and staff rest.
In the museum, you can feel the beating of the pulse, you can see the interlacing of various blood vessels, you can see the operation of internal organs such as the liver and stomach, and when you reach the forearm, you can even see how people's muscles tighten. All kinds of organs can be said to be everything.
Its level of simulated organs is extremely high, and everything displayed inside is exactly the same as reality, so if you want to visit this museum, you must be mentally prepared.
Everything shown inside is exactly the same as reality. But the time to visit the entire museum is limited to fifty-five minutes, because the museum has many visitors every day, and in order to avoid this, the museum can only use this method.
When you enter the museum, the first thing you will see is the materials compiled according to scientific evidence in this museum, and there will be writing in each part of the human body to help you get a general overview. For children, these contents may not be understood or understood.
But children will feel that this is a very powerful thing and will develop admiration for the museum. Those who come here can also truly appreciate the complex structure of the human body, because every organ model here has been built with the help of experts after examining scientific data and ensuring that it is not misleading to tourists.
Because the structure inside is very real and scientific, it is difficult for younger children, including some adults, to understand, and even more obscure for many people. So the museum chose to open it only to people over the age of six. This also takes into account that children under the age of six may have abnormal physical reactions to such things and not allow them to be exposed to them too early.
But in reality, from an aesthetic point of view, the appearance of this museum is not very good. This museum is made of boxy glass and is next to a huge "human-shaped" building, which must be on one of the legs of "human" in order to enter this building. If people from outside want to enter the museum, they have to enter through the part of the museum that is connected to the museum by human hands.
Although this museum is very ornamental, if you visit, you still need to spend money to buy tickets, but the price may seem a little unexpected to us, but from another point of view, this is actually an education, plus this opportunity is very rare, and the value of the museum itself is worth the price, especially for children, this is a very good education, but also a very rare experience, which has a profound impact on his growth.