Have you ever watched a kid making a paper plane? Then you probably don't need telling that kids don't give up easily. They'll be disappointed if they discover their design takes a nosedive, but generally they'll keep on trying. They'll tweak a bit here and there – make the nose narrower, the wings wider, the folds tighter – and see what happens. They'll find out that certain things will make their glider go farther and others will make it do loops – making fortuitous discoveries and learning as they go along, guided by curiosity and chance. In other words, children are pioneers by their very nature.
The Dornier Museum Friedrichshafen aims to stimulate the curiosity and enthusiasm of young visitors. The exhibition features an integrated concept specially designed to explain the exhibits and their complex technology in a way children can understand and make learning fun.
DORNIER MUSEUM FRIEDRICHSHAFEN
Claude-Dornier-Platz 1 (next to the airport) | 88046 Friedrichshafen | +49 7541 487 36 00 | email@example.com