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Go Figure! Jerusalem Science Festival 2013

Go Figure! Jerusalem Science Festival 2013 at 14.03.2013

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Thursday mar 14th

The Jerusalem Municipality in cooperation with museums and leading cultural institutions in Givat Ram present "Go Figure!": Jerusalem Science Festival: the latest developments and natural and scientific wonders in a five-day long festival boasting activities, performances, and a variety of workshops on fascinating subjects for the whole family.

March 14-19, 2013

For the first time ever, six of Givat Ram's museums and cultural institutions join forces for the "Go Figure!" Festival. The participating venues include The Bloomfield Science Museum, the Bible Lands Museum, Hebrew University, The Israel Museum, the Botanical Gardens, and the Jerusalem Bird Observatory.

*On Monday-Tuesday, March 18-19, combo tickets will be available for 55 NIS per person and a family combo ticket for two museums will be available for 210 NIS.

*On Tuesday children's entrance to the Israel Museum is free

*Entrance to all activities at Hebrew University on the days of the festival is free

*Combo ticket and family ticket does not include activities or workshops with additional fees

Below is a selection of events from the festival:

March 14, 17:00-23:00: Professors in Slippers with Hebrew University: Fascinating lectures by top university professors in their homes, in student apartments, and in coffee shops around the city. Free entrance.

March 16, 11:00-15:00: Hyde Park Science Fair, Fun and Music: Picnic, tours, music, stories, workshop, and outdoor games for adults and kids on Hebrew University's Givat Ram lawn.

March 17: Jerusalem Mini Maker Faire: Experiential fair at the Bloomfield Science Museum (click here for more information)

March 17: YouMake ReMake: A performance at the Bloomfield Science Museum (click here for more information)

March 19 - April 1, 2013: Sandbox at the Israel Museum - a joint project with Bezalel Academy's School of Visual design-click here for more information.


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