Cultural: Copernicus Science Center
Yes, we do have some excellent museums here! And people go to them - regularly.
A few years ago we got a hands on science museum - ish place - Copernicus Science Center- you can even read about it in English if you like - like MOSI in Tampa (Museum of Science and Industry). We went when some of our kids were still at home - Lydia and Daniel, I think, but I hadn't been back since then.
I ended up going again on Saturday afternoon with some friends from out of town.
It was very crowded when we were there - about 4 pm on Saturda In fact, they had quit selling tickets for that afternoon as they had enough people in the building already. This picture was taken on our way out - about 7 pm-ish.
It was somewhat difficult to get good pictures because it felt like displays were just plunked in the middle of a big huge room - with not much atmosphere and lots of just 'writing'.
I tried to see things that might be applicable to quilting. Alas..not too much.
Here is a view that might be interesting to try to replicate - the illusion of depth:
This display was also useful in quilting. I've seen one of those quilts where as you walk around it, it appears to be different pictures. This is similar to that idea. This is the same picture but looks quite different, depending on where you are standing.
And then because restroom signs around the world are interesting, I just had to take these for you to see!
After we left the museum, we spent some more time with our friends, and then left them in Warsaw while we came on home!
While you are here, feel free to check out the goodies my sis has for you!