The Engine hall was set up in the year 1994. Over 50 exhibits arranged across 1000 sq m explain the evolution of mechanisms, machines and devices that form the very foundation of modern technology.
- Simple Machines
- The Prime Movers
- How things work?
- The giant Energy Ball
Engine Hall – How Things Works
‘How Things Work’ is an addendum to the Engine Hall in the year 2014. Six classical simple machines of the Industrial age defined by scientists of the Renaissance period are on display. These interactive exhibits include the Pulley System, Gears, Levers, Inclined Plane and Wedge, Wheel and Axle, and Screw.
The amazing, but simple principles behind the working of objects like a ball point pen, a zipper, and a lock and key keep visitors engrossed.