Welcome to the Microworld Hall – a unique exhibition that gives you the opportunity to immerse yourself in the amazing world of microorganisms and study the little-known, but extremely important creatures for life on Earth. Among the most interesting exhibits in the hall is a 3D model of an animal cell, which allows visitors to examine cell organelles and learn more about their functions and importance. In the hall you can see 10 tactile models of different microorganisms:
3. Green euglena (Euglena viridis)
5. Tailed slipper (Colpoda caudatum)
7. Foraminifera (Foraminifera)
8. Ebola Virus
9. Staphylococcus (Staphylococcus)
These magnified models allow visitors to touch and explore the shapes and structures of these invisible-to-the-eye creatures, gaining a better understanding of their complexity and diversity. The hall is equipped with a microscope, which allows visitors to
observe various preparations and look closely at the incredible diversity of microorganisms. The Microworld Hall is the perfect place for curious visitors of all ages who want to discover the hidden beauty and complexity of the microorganisms that inhabit our planet.