About growing old, staying young and being mortal
Come see the Living Looonger exhibition, an exhibition for adults at NEMO’s Studio at the Marineterrein in Amsterdam.
Our life expectancy has doubled over the last 150 years. This means we are getting older and older. The current record is set at 122 rotations around the sun.
Come to the Living Looonger exhibition and discover everything about the future of ageing. Test your biological age, discover what you yourself can do to live as long as possible and share your thoughts on a world in which we grow older and older.
In this exhibition for adults you will experience what you can do yourself to get the most out of your life expectancy. We will delve into the mysteries of ageing, look at ways to stay healthy as long as possible, and show treatments that can slow down the ageing process or maybe even stop it entirely, which comes with its own set of risks. Is it possible that in the future we could reach the age of 150, or maybe even live for a whole millennium? And how would such a long life affect our zest for life or social roles? Would it be better if we embraced our mortality and familiarised ourselves with death.
Wednesday to Sunday from 12:00 - 17:30.
Tickets and prices
To visit The Studio you will need to reserve a seperate ticket with a start time in advance.
- Admission adults: €7.50
- College- or studentcard, European Youth Card: €3.75
- Museumkaart, VriendenLoterij VIP-KAART, I amsterdam City Card, Stadspas Amsterdam, ICOM card, Companion for person with a disability, Autipas holders: free
If you already have a ticket for NEMO Science Museum, you can then use that ticket to visit The Studio for free. Your visit does not need to take place on the same day. You will need to reserve a ticket with a specific start time in advance.
About The Studio
NEMO Science Museum’s Studio is an off-site location at the Marineterrein in Amsterdam. Here, it presents a variety of programmes for adult audiences. This location is a laboratory where NEMO cooperates with partners and the public to devise new, low-threshold and interactive exhibitions and programmes related to socially relevant topics. Read more about The Studio.