Museo Participativo de Ciencias, Buenos Aires
(4.3/5 based on 150+ reviews on the web)
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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  • The boys get excited with everything he can see, do and touch. Ideal for families and stimulate his side interested in science.
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  • A must on a visit to Buenos Aires, for those who like to learn. Museum is fully interactive, the advertisement says it is forbidden not to touch and it reflects the spirit of this museum. Is the best way to learn science for all ages through interactive experiences. Each experiment has explanations that serve children and adults. Worth the price. Is close to the Recoleta cemetery, the tour can be combined with this attraction and with good restaurants that are nearby (for example in the Recoleta Mall).
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  • We were in family with two children of 8 and 10 years. They say that two hours you can visit everything, I advise to go with more time. It is very much what's to see and above all experience. It would be desirable to include promotions for families, but it is worth every penny. Children can learn a lot by having fun, many teachers could take ideas from this museum to implement in class. Congratulations to those who developed it. They include chemical activities with explosions that amuse the children. They have technology, chemistry, physics, show him are formed waves, storms, a tornado, is a GPS, what makes a hacker, go through the art and the different pictorial movements, is spread the sound, light, etc very full, highly recommended
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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!
  • Is very good to spend time with the kids
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  • I was a Sunday. Packed of people! For dimendionarlo, the place has two floors; just a girl I went I expected on the first floor, leading everyone to the second porq "this apartment is already full" (sea of people!). Already in the second (also with a lot of people) became impossible to enjoy with my daughter one of experiences: the guys pulling over, pushing, same parents... Do not blame them of poor education of people, but if this is your place, ordenenlo! Put more people, not vi more that three people of the Museum: receptionist, a girl on the first floor and a guy in the second. They went to too many people, and no one orders in a little. Lasted no more than 30'. A pity, porq the proposal is very good.
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  • Muito interessante e divertido.