At Swiss Science Center Technorama the usual museum slogan ‘do not touch’ has been replaced by ‘try it!’ In fact, your participation is expected. And it’s not just about pressing buttons. What you decide actually alters the results of the displayed experiments. These experiments are designed to help visitors understand natural phenomena and technology. More than 500 exhibits spread across 6,500m2 of space on three floors are waiting to be explored. Technorama is divided into 12 sections: Mindscapes, Light and Sight, Current and Magnets, Mathemagic and Mechanicum, to name a few. Most of the exhibits are also explained in English, French and Italian as well as German. It's not only great for children, but for mum and dad as well. To get there, take a train to Winterthur from Zurich's main train station (eight per hour) and then take bus N°5 to Technorama.