Sprawling across three floors, the Museum of Science and Technology is sure to keep inquisitive minds busy for hours. Although highly pedagogical, it's more like a fun house than a museum, and a great place for babies, kids and adults alike. The Minirama room will have babies cooing with special mirrors, blocks and assorted toys; in the Teknorama area, small kids can discover how machines work by using their own bodies (such as running in a huge wheel to generate electricity). For older children the machinery hall has aeroplanes suspended from the ceiling, steam-driven cars and a 1927 Harley-Davidson. In 2007 the museum unveiled Sweden's first multi-sensory cinema, CINO4 (separate admission); kids sit in special seats that shake, rattle and roll, and are equipped with 3D glasses and a personal remote control for a joltingly interactive learning experience.