At the beginning of April, just before the spring break, a new exhibition of Ahhaa was opened at the Tartu Science Center – “Ahhaa, sport!” An exhibition where everything can be tried, tested and experienced, and this time also bounced, thrown and jumped.
Knut in the shirt of Tartu football club Tammeka was playing football while sitting at the table with his father. The father’s excitement after the happy hit seemed to be greater than his son’s. Knut took the show pretty seriously. “It’s not a workout, of course, but it’s still exciting,” he said, adding that it’s pretty cool.
“This is Ahhaa’s own exhibition,” said Pilvi Kolk, a member of the board of the Ahhaa research center. According to the original plan, this was not supposed to be the case. “We even had contracts in 2019 to bring a sports exhibition here from Paris,” he said. In reality, however, the exhibition was replaced by a corona and all exhibition schedules and plans were confused. “We decided to make this exhibition ourselves and it has now been built for three quarters of a year,” said Kolk.
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