The museum’s Maker Lab provides a safe space for experimenting, thinking big, and failing spectacularly. The lab celebrates experiential learning and provides digital fabrication tools for all makers - from inquisitive school children to professionals who love DYI.
Visitors are urged to fix, saw, weld, take apart, put together and play with the lab’s many raw materials, traditional tools and digital fabrication equipment.
It is a safe space to be as creative as you want, take initiative, and immerse yourself in personal and shared experimentation. The Maker Lab is the ideal place to turn ideas into reality, build prototypes, learn from mistakes and develop technological, as well as team working, skills.
Who’s it for? The Maker Lab is ideal for school children and students of all ages, families and groups.
The lab offers the following production and planning tools and services:
Have we piqued your maker interests?
Schedule your activity in our Maker Lab with our Activities Coordinator, Miri Ohana.
Schedule use of our Maker Lab equipment with our Operations Coordinator, Rama Menashe.
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