Colorless, odorless, tasteless ...?

Experiments, games and water tastings are waiting for you this Sunday March 17 at the Agbar Museum in an activity to learn about the properties of of tap water.

There are different types of water: natural, treated, mineral, potable, sea water, ... but how is the water we drink? What properties does it have and what is unknown about it?

On Sunday March 17, coinciding with World Water Day, which this year is part of the United Nations International Year of Water Cooperation, the Agbar Water Museum offers a recreational, experimental and rigorous activity to learn about the science behind the properties of tap water. Interesting experiments, fun games, water tastings and much more to surprise you.

Free activity, recommended from 6 years.

Timetable: 11am to 14pm
Approximate duration of the activity: 60 minutes in continuous sessions.
No reservation

Further information: Agbar Water Museum

Publication date: Sunday, 10 March 2013
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