Invisible yet all around us, and if you put them all together they would weigh more than all of the humanity combined, according to some estimates. We share our existence with countless microscopic lifeforms which we’ll never get to see in our day to day lives. How can we learn more about these organisms? Enter Micropia. Micropia is the world’s first and only microbe museum, located on the premises of the Artis Royal Zoo. This one-of-a-kind attraction will give you a unique glimpse into the microscopic world all around us. Micropia provides a fun interactive multimedia journey into the realm of the normally unseen. Get your tickets now and don’t miss it during your next trip to Amsterdam!
Enter Micropia Amsterdam
Micropia Amsterdam is the world’s first microbe museum and an unforgettable experience that’s fun for all ages. During your visit, you will learn all about the invisible realm of bacteria, viruses, yeast, algae, mold and other tiny organisms without which other lifeforms on Earth could not exist. Micropia Amsterdam provides a unique experience that you can touch, see, and interact with. High-definition cameras and slides, ultramodern microscopes, enlarged models, interactive games and many more surprises will be waiting for you. Micropia Amsterdam is a state-of-the-art exhibit which has been designed to be as educational and exciting as possible. Discover the basic elements of molecular structures and the biological components which shape us and the world around us. Truly a must-see for anybody spending time in the Netherlands!
Make your reservations online!
You can make reservations for Micropia directly through our website and enjoy fast-track admission at the entrance. Micropia is one of the city’s best new attractions, so this is also the way to ensure availability of tickets in advance. Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity and book your tickets now! Micropia is located next to the Artis Royal Zoo (one of the oldest zoos in mainland Europe), on Plantage Kerklaan 38. It is easy to reach by car and public transport, and (paid) parking is available near the premises. Visit Micropia and see another dimension to life!