Exhibition locations

all FIRST LEGO League Explore regions in Germany, Austria and Switzerland

In order to respond to regionally different pandemic contact restrictions, there will be three different types of exhibitions in the 2020/21 season:

  • On-site: The exhibition will be entirely local.
  • Remote: The exhibition will be completely remote.
  • Hybrid: The exhibition will partly take place locally and partly remotely.

The locations are marked accordingly on the list. Details can be found on the respective site page of the location and here on remote options in general.

Germany map (Open Google Map)* 112 of 222
Aachen (on-site) 1 of 8 teams registered
Augsburg (remote) 5 of 10 teams registered
Balingen (on-site) 0 of 5 teams registered
Brandenburg (on-site) 3 of 5 teams registered
Braunschweig (remote) 0 of 5 teams registered
Bremen (on-site) 2 of 3 teams registered
Dresden (on-site) 6 of 10 teams registered
Erzgebirge (on-site) 6 of 8 teams registered
Explore at home 1 of 10 teams registered
Fulda (on-site) 6 of 12 teams registered
Göppingen (on-site) 6 of 12 teams registered
Halle (Saale) (on-site) 4 of 6 teams registered
Heilbronn (on-site) 6 of 8 teams registered
Kiel (remote) 1 of 6 teams registered
Köln (hybrid) 0 of 6 teams registered
Kulmbach (on-site) 2 of 5 teams registered
Leipzig (remote) 4 of 5 teams registered
Limburg-Weilburg (on-site) 3 of 5 teams registered
Lingen (Ems) (remote) 2 of 6 teams registered
Magdeburg (on-site) 3 of 4 teams registered
Mannheim (on-site) 2 of 10 teams registered
Niederrhein (on-site) 8 of 8 teams registered
Ortenau (on-site) 2 of 10 teams registered
Ostbrandenburg (on-site) 4 of 4 teams registered
Paderborn (on-site) 0 of 6 teams registered
Regensburg (on-site) 3 of 7 teams registered
Rockenhausen (remote) 6 of 6 teams registered
Schwäbisch-Gmünd (on-site) 18 of 18 teams registered
Siegen-Wittgenstein/Olpe (hybrid) 4 of 6 teams registered
Wuppertal (on-site) 4 of 8 teams registered
Austria map (Open Google Map)* 17 of 35
St. Pölten (on-site) 1 of 6 teams registered
Tirol (remote) 6 of 8 teams registered
Vorarlberg (on-site) 4 of 10 teams registered
Weinviertel (on-site) 5 of 5 teams registered
Vienna (remote) 1 of 6 teams registered
Switzerland map (Open Google Map)* 19 of 42
Chur (on-site) 8 of 8 teams registered
Freiamt Aargau (on-site) 2 of 10 teams registered
Yverdon (on-site) 4 of 8 teams registered
Central Switzerland (on-site) 2 of 10 teams registered
Zurich (on-site) 3 of 6 teams registered
Transregional 0 of 8
Transregional (remote) 0 of 8 teams registered
Classrooms 30 of 100
Explore in the classroom / Germany 20 of 40 teams registered
Explore in the classroom / Austria 5 of 30 teams registered
Explore in the classroom / Switzerland 5 of 30 teams registered

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Map of FIRST LEGO League Explore Exhibitions

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No close location?

You can't find any close FIRST LEGO League Explore location to your place? Then you have two other options: you can either take part in FIRST LEGO League Explore as an unofficial team (more details below) or you become a FIRST LEGO League Explore regional partner of HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V. yourself. You can find all information regarding organizing an official FIRST LEGO League Explore exhibition in the area "Become a partner of FIRST LEGO League Explore".

Unofficial FIRST LEGO League Explore Exhibitions

In addition to the official FIRST LEGO League Explore exhibitions, other small unofficial exhibitions can be arranged upon request. As part of a project week, or an open day until the end of May 2021. If you have any questions, please contact us.

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