Have you ever built your very own drawing machine? Locked yourself up in a giant soap bubble? Or seen how clean drinking water is produced? You can answer ‘yes’ to all of these questions after visiting the NEMO Science Museum in Amsterdam, one of the only museums in the world where you are allowed to touch all exhibited objects. It is a striking image: the enormous sea-coloured building that houses the NEMO Science Museum rises high above Amsterdam’s skyline. Situated just a stone’s throw away from the vibrant city centre, visitors of all ages and all over the world can immerse themselves in actual laboratories, scientific workshops and fun experiments to learn more about science and technology.