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The World Is Here ( Ecosystems Museum ) !

Hosted by a member of the Kuwait City Arts & Culture Group
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Took place 2 months ago
Fri 16 Nov 15:00 - 16:00

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**Ecosystems Museum**

**This is an Independent tour. You can visit any one of the six museums of your choice with/Instead of Ecosystems Museum.
Experience this magnificent place at your own pace.**

Travel back in time to gain a unique insight into the natural world both past and present, understand the importance of ecosystems and how they influenced the development of biodiversity of our planet over millions of years. Explore Southeast Asia’s rainforests and see how mangroves help the ecology.

Dive into an underwater wonderland and go nose-to-nose with the wildlife in the pool! Get to know more about Kuwait’s extraordinary wildlife; how do creatures live in extreme environments? What is the link between trade and our natural habitat? Test your skills in interactive displays and learn about how we can keep the coastal community alive and help sustain the planet.

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Protected content is one of the world’s largest cultural complexes housing a total of 22 galleries with over 1,100 exhibits. The complex offers a Natural History Museum, Science and Technology Museum, a Fine Arts Centre, Arabic Islamic Science Museum, Space Museum, and Theatre.
The development of Protected content involved coordination between 96 sub-contractors from 13 countries around the world – a truly international collaboration.
The Centre’s facilities are gathered around a beautifully landscaped courtyard that plays host to festivals and community events and provides space for outdoor exhibits, as well as a variety of cafés and restaurants.
The theatre and special exhibition spaces host an ongoing series of quality programmes covering a variety of topics and themes related to the arts and sciences. The Fine Arts Centre will host an Artist-in-Residence (AiR) programme which will support the development of local artistic talent, in turn, allowing their work to be accessible to an international audience.