It was reported on Tuesday that Technoda, Israel’s first-ever medical and science museum, has officially opened its doors to the general public. The museum, which is located in Hadera and spans over 1,200 square metres and has 120 exhibits, is one of the largest in the world, and it is the largest in the Middle East.
“Diving into the Human Body” is the subject of the museum, and it has unique displays that educate visitors about anatomy and physiology, as well as diagnostics and pathology, therapy, and modern technology.
There are six worldwide exhibits on the human body that are part of this one-of-a-kind approach: the Heart and Lungs, the Brain, Bacteria and Viruses, Genetics, and Did You Know?
The trip is conducted in small groups and is accompanied by an experienced guide. At the conclusion of the trip, you are welcome to continue to explore other attractions in Technoda on your own time and without paying any additional fees. In addition to the 4 Dunam Science Park of Scientific Experience, there will be an immersive science museum where you will be able to conduct unique science displays.
The Technoda was founded with a social goal in mind: to improve the lives of children who live on the fringe of science and technology. Each year, hundreds of thousands of visitors come to Technoda to participate in educational activities in collaboration with the Ministry of Education, social programmes, and scientific enrichment. There is also a museum open to the general public where visitors can engage in hands-on activities accompanied by an experienced guide.
Aside from the museum, Technoda is home to a number of other scientific facilities, including an observatory that is home to Israel’s biggest telescope as well as a planetarium, a medical simulation unit, and a science park.