in Japan, Japan2014, Sciencemuseums
Next, we walked to Miraikan -- National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation. I thought would be worth an hour or two but that was a big mistake, we ended up spending over 5 hours there, it was that good. I'm not sure how I can put this, but it was the most advanced science museum I've ever seen anywhere: particle accelerators, neutrino detection at the Super Kamiokande (proving that they have a mass), super conditivity with a levitation demo, very deep sea exploration, DNA/SNP taylored medecine, Asimo demo, and more. Seriously, this put all the other science museums in the dust so much, that it wasn't even funny.
They had a demo on superconductivity:
Their very deep sea submarine
Asimo was there of course:
Which other science museums teach you about quantum particles and neutrinos?