Exhibition of the Nikola Tesla Museum in Cyprus
Exhibition „Nikola Tesla – Man from the future“, in organisation of Nikola Tesla Museum in Belgrade and Eksagon Holdings LTD in Nicosia, will be held from 1st of March until 19th of April 2019, in Cyprus National Fair in Nicosia. Beside guests from Cyprus public and cultural life, members of the Serbian community were present at the opening of the exhibition.
The Nikola Tesla Museum Exhibition in Japan
On Saturday, January 26, 2019, Nikola Tesla Museum exhibition was opened in the Japanese city Hofu. The exhibition "Nikola Tesla - a genius Serbian scientist, Edison rival", is a part of the twentieth anniversary celebration of the Museum of Science "Solar" founding, where the exhibition will be hosted by March 3. This exhibition is the result of the successful cooperation between Nikola Tesla Museum with the Museum "Solar", and the great support of Hofu city and Japan-Serbia Society.
„Tesla – Man from the future“, Shanghai
On September 29th , 2018, the exhibition of Nikola Tesla Museum was opened in Shanghai Science and Technology Museum. This significant institution is hosting exhibition „Tesla – Man from the future“, which shows life and work of Nikola Tesla, one of the greatest minds to the Chinese audience.
The Nikola Tesla Museum visits Noesis Center in Thessaloniki
The exhibition of the Nikola Tesla Мuseum was opened at the Science Center and the Museum of Technology "Noesis" in Thessaloniki on November 4, 2017. On that occasion, the Tesla transformer model of 12 million volts was put into operation. The exhibition will last until March 31, 2018.
The Nikola Tesla Museum visits Australia
The exhibition Unlimited Mind, organized by The Nikola Tesla Museum in collaboration with the non-profit organization Nikola Tesla Srpski, ran from July 26th to August 6th, at the UNSW – Michael Crouch Innovation Centre, in Sydney. Working models and replicas were brought from the Nikola Tesla Museum to Australia, for the very first time. Exhibition opening lecture, on July 26th was given by Prof. Mark Hoffman, the Dean of UNSW Engineering.