Expo Milano 2015

Here are some of my favourite pavilions at Expo Milano 2015:

The Children's park at Expo - collecting water.
The Children’s Park at Expo – collecting and pouring water into a container to bring flowers and plants to life.
The swings at the pavilion of Estonia.
The swings at the timber pavilion of Estonia that explained how the country was making the wooden housing for export and told you that it considers itself the home of the swing.
Expo Milano has numerous activities for children.
Expo Milano has numerous activities for children.
The UK pavilion at Expo Milano.
The UK pavilion at Expo Milano highlights the important role of the bee in the global ecosystem.

The UK pavilion has presented a structure inspired by the bee, exploring why pollination is so important to the global food chain. Visitors are greeted by buzzing sounds and pulsing lights. The visitor experience begins with an apple orchard and continues with a British wildflower meadow. The meadow has been planted with traditional species such as heathers, buttercups and sorrel.

The pavilion of Japan celebrating rice harvesting. One hour waiting time for entry to this popular pavilion.
The pavilion of Japan celebrating rice harvesting. Up to three hours waiting time for entry to this popular pavilion.

Expo Milano runs until 31st of October.

Monday to Friday, from 10:00 to 21:30
Saturday and Sunday from 10:00 to 23:00

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