Donate a coin for our exhibition. The path it takes through the board is random, but not all paths are equally likely. Repeating the experiment many times reveals that more coins go to the middle than to the boundary. More precisely, the coins follow the law of binomial distribution.
The board is named after the English scientist and scholar Sir Francis Galton (1822–1911).
Technischen Sammlungen Dresden
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The Adventureland Mathematics is part of a municipal technology museum: Technische Sammlungen Dresden.
The museum can easily be reached by car as well as by public transport, i.e., bus and tram. For the latter, the tram lines 4 and 10 and the bus line 61 are suitable. For further information you may want to consult the website of Dresden's public transportation DVB (currenly in German only). The bus and tram stops closest to the venue are named Pohlandplatz, Technische Sammlungen.
Tuesday - Friday: 9 a.m. - 17 p.m.
Saturday, Sunday and feast day: 10 a.m. - 18 p.m.
Ticket prices: 5 Euro / cut 4 Euro