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Mainly went to view the library but thought we would view this on the upper floor. Very disappointing. Most of the interactive dispays were out of order and the set up looked like it was put together as part of a school project.
We spent about 1-1.5 hours here with our 4-year-old. At the top of the tower they have a camera obscura that is definitely fun for adults. Lower floors they have some interactive experiments; torus cannon, laser beams, hot air balloon, etc. . We did not...More
The so called magic tower is located on the upper floors of the Liceum (college of Eger). You have a bit of everything here: you get to see this beautiful building inside, you get to know about astronomy and binoculars, you experiment with physics, get...More
The magic room is six floors up in the astronomical tower in the Liceum, the oldest part of the Eszterhazy Karoly University of Applied Sciences. The Liceum is opposite the basilica and you enter the building from the side facing the basilica. The astronomical tower...More
The Eger camera obscura dating from 1776 is one of only two in the world. The other one is in Edinburgh in Scotland which was built, the people in Eger claimed, in 1778. The Eger camera obscura is at the top of the astronomical tower...More
I have read that there were only two Camera Obscura's left in Europe, one in Eger, one in Edinburgh and though this would be a great out of the way place to see. For my husband and myself ( it was a total of 2600ft,...More