The Teyler Museum in Harlem is the oldest museum in Holland with lots of science and art. In the science section there are old fashioned electrical apparatuses. The second biggest exhibit is a collection of 25 Leiden jars which were used to store electricity. You can also see an archaeopteryx fossil, which is a type of bird\reptile that scientists have been trying to figure out if it could fly. They think the reason it could fly was that it ran during takeoff. In one of the rooms there are two brass dishes, one of which has a watch in the middle, and you can hear the watch ticking all the way across the room in the other dish if you are tall enough (I'm not). I thought that this museum was informative because I like electrical apparatuses.
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