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HOCKEY: Faster Than Ever

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Exhibition Overview

HOCKEY: Faster Than Ever

Exhibition Type
Science and Technology
Area Size
500 to 1000 sqm
Designed For
Museums and Galleries
Science Centres
Entertainment Venues
Availability
2020
2021
2022
2023
2024
2025
2026
2027
Hiring Fee

For a 3-month rental excl. transport, installation, insurance:


This hiring fee is set for the following exhibition format:
Turnkey

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Core Experience
Hands-on activities
Exhibition Partners
The exhibition is produced in collaboration with Montreal Science Centre

Description

HOCKEY: Faster than Ever explores the science behind one of the fastest games on Earth. Technology, anatomy, physics, and other topics highlight the advances of the sport over time and show that science can be found everywhere in ice hockey.

Historical artifacts, including game-used gear by some of the greatest players of all time are presented in innovative displays.

In the center of the exhibition, a captivating locker room tunnel leads visitors to a ‘Hockey Science Lab’, where they can experiment with hands-on interactives on a replica rink. Immersive interactive experiences demonstrate fun and engaging scientific concepts.

Examples of ice hockey’s influence on society and a whimsical homage to fans, where visitors can compete with each other using table hockey games, also underscore the enormous impact that ice hockey has had across the globe.

Collections

Photographs
Film & Sound

General Information

Created In
2020
Available Package Options
Turnkey
Languages
English
French

Venues

Past and Future Venues
2021 April - September, Montreal Science Centre, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
2021 October - 2022 February, Pacific Science Center, Seattle, Washington, USA

Extra Info

Highlights
Immersive experience
Interactivity
Exhibition Add-Ons
Education kit

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