The first-generation museums in the world are museums of natural history. With fossils and specimens they introduce to people the evolution of the earth and various living organisms on it. The second-generation museums are those of industrial technology. Fruits of various stages of industrial civilization are on display here. Although these two generations of museums have played the role of spreading scientific knowledge, they regard visitors as passive spectators.

The world’s third-generation museums are full of completely new concepts. Here visitors can carry out operations and careful observations themselves. In this way they come closer to advanced achievements in science and technology so as to probe into their mystery.



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