With a combination of energy and physics
The experiments of the science zone at the Riyadh Homecoming festival combined energy and physics by introducing the idea of a renewable energy juice, which is made through a mixer bike, which represents one of the most prominent innovations of the festival.
The idea of the bike is based on applying friction and using it in motion transmission. The movement of the bike is reflected in the friction with a circular pulley next to its front wheel connected to the mixer, which contributes to filling a glass of juice within two minutes, using the power of the bike belt, which overcomes the harshness of fruits and their large quantities.
The mixer bike aims to draw visitors’ attention to how daily exercises can be used to transmit motion and generate energy in the science area, which includes six pillars: chemistry, biology, physics, mathematics, botany, and renewable energy.
The science zone allows children to develop their abilities in the areas of their passion for various sciences, in addition to integrating education with entertainment and exploring their abilities in various activities.
The Riyadh Homecoming Festival consists of 6 experiences, 3 zones, and 2 theaters. It represents an integrated and unique interactive experience for visitors, as it includes a set of events, activities and experiences that combine knowledge and entertainment, such as The Circus play at Mohammed Al-Ali Theater and performances by artist Rasha Rizk.
The festival offers various family activities through its programs that contribute to enabling children to choose their future professions in the building of professions and jobs. Moreover, the arts touch the feelings of visitors and develop their taste with various shows and a wide range of local and international creativity and entertainment stations.
The festival, which continues until 5 September, welcomes visitors from 6:00 pm to 12:00 midnight on weekdays, and from 6:00 pm to 1:00 am on weekends. Entry tickets cost SAR20 each and can be booked via the link: