Rutherford's Den

Rutherford's Den Rutherford's Den features state-of-the-art, interactive science-based displays. Rutherford's Den has reopened to the public!
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Television, radio, sonar and telephones – just some of the great inventions we enjoy today thanks to the scientific discoveries made by Ernest, Lord Rutherford and his peers. Take a 21st century journey into his scientific imagination, in the actual Arts Centre rooms where Rutherford started his scientific career. Hands-on experiments, walk-in multi-sensory experiences and interactive screens are

just some of the fun ways you’ll learn about this regular Kiwi bloke who became New Zealand’s greatest scientist. Follow him as he discovers what the inside of an atom looks like, finds out about radioactivity, discovers alpha and beta rays, and is the first to transform one element into another.

Address

2 Worcester Boulevard
New York, NY
81401

Opening Hours

Monday 10:30am - 2:30pm
Tuesday 10:30am - 2:30pm
Wednesday 10:30am - 2:30pm
Thursday 10:30am - 2:30pm
Friday 10:30am - 2:30pm
Saturday 10:30am - 2:30pm
Sunday 10:30am - 2:30pm

Telephone

+6433660989

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Television, radio, sonar and telephones – just some of the great inventions we enjoy today thanks to the scientific discoveries made by Ernest, Lord Rutherford and his peers. Take a 21st century journey into his scientific imagination, in the actual Arts Centre rooms where Rutherford started his scientific career. Hands-on experiments, walk-in multi-sensory experiences and interactive screens are just some of the fun ways you’ll learn about this regular Kiwi bloke who became New Zealand’s greatest scientist. Follow him as he discovers what the inside of an atom looks like, finds out about radioactivity, discovers alpha and beta rays, and is the first to transform one element into another.

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