Have you ever wondered about the explanations behind natural phenomena? How it feels in space and why? How a rainbow was created in a cloud and how you can create it yourself? That is why we are here! At the Clore Garden of Science you will find dozens of fascinating exhibits that explain, in a fun and interactive way, the scientific principles behind many natural phenomena.Learn More
At the the Clore Garden of Science of Science there are dozens of special activities geared for all different ages ranging from kindergarten, elementary, junior high and high school. All activities are followed by a guided tour of the Clore Garden of Science which includes self-experimentation and interactive explanations. Some of the demonstrations are accompanied by scientific demonstrations.Learn More
From July 1st 2017 entrance to the Clore Garden of Science is by advance registration only.
The “Playing with science” tour in English will take place Mondays and Wednesdays from 11:30 – 13:30 For other tours in English please contact the registration office:
Activity schedule and reservations (Hebrew version)
The Clore Garden of Science is part of the Davidson Institute of Science Education, within the campus of the Weizmann Institute of Science in Rehovot. It can be reached by train or by car. There are wide paths with wheelchair access to most places within the museum. Audio guide is available in four languages (Hebrew, Arabic, English and Russian) and there is ample free parking and a disabled bathroom.Learn More
The Clore Garden of Science Museum, on its spacious grassy lawns, invites children to run, touch and explore the scientific exhibits, for a unique birthday celebration that combines science and nature. We offer a variety of birthday activities tailored for different age groups.Learn More (Hebrew site)
The Clore Garden of Science welcomes organizations and groups to conduct activities based on a variety of scientific topics. We can help you organize group bonding days for company employees, end-of-year celebrations for employees and their families, and other activities as requested by the organization.Learn More (Hebrew site)