Museo Participativo de Ciencias, Buenos Aires

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Science Museum Museum
Experiment with science exhibits at Museo Participativo de Ciencias, designed to teach visitors about wide-ranging subjects like electricity, physics, and more. Each exhibit is a great learning opportunity for adults and children alike. The museum also provides interactive demonstrations aimed at ensuring a greater understanding of physics and how the world works. Guests are encouraged to touch and play with exhibits, which makes this an ideal stop for families with inquisitive children. For Museo Participativo de Ciencias and beyond, use our Buenos Aires trip itinerary planner to get the most from your Buenos Aires vacation.
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  • There was no good recommendations by TripAdvisor found, but did not have many options for a rainy day with children in Buenos Aires. I'm glad we went. 2 hours were not enough to explore it all. How is interactive, we can conduct experiments. For those who like to learn and experiment, is a full plate. We will return in the future. Note that is not a very popular among taxi drivers ... gets into the Recoleta cultural center (next to the cemetery).
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  • Only learned of the existence of this attraction while walking from Plaza Italy toward the Recoleta cemetery. I decided to come in to meet with my family and my kids loved it. The Museum is very interactive and has several activities that lead children to become familiar with some basic principles of physics and mathematics. Is paid, sometimes you face the queue to get in, but worth it for that is in the city with kids.
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  • To walk in the cemetery and pleasant. Being in Sao paulo va to the Museum pinwheel. Bigger, better and less chaotic. After all, expensive. To learn science best buy a physical book.
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  • Its mainly children but the entry fee is bit expensive for what you get to see.
  • Good place to take children!
  • Fascinated children captive. It's better if they can read and understand more experiences. The little ones just have fun. The price is not so expensive is how going to the cinema. Go with time there is plenty to see.
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  • Beautiful place for children, many rooms to explore. Admission is $130 and they paid from age 4. I think the experience it's better for children who already know how read because they understand the reason for the experiments
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  • Excellent proposal for the guys! Affordable prices! Young and old to catch! Good distribution of the place, may circulate as much as it is full. Option of improvement, all games work.
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