Museo Interactivo Mirador, Santiago

(4.6/5 based on 1,700+ reviews on the web)
All ages can enjoy a fun, educational experience at Museo Interactivo Mirador. The museum prides itself on its interactive format, allowing everyone--and especially kids--to engage in hands-on learning. Find yourself inside a bubble of soap, watch the screen come to life at the 3D cinema, or shake it up with a visit to the earthquake simulator. You won't find English information at any of the exhibits, but that won't detract much from the experience. To visit Museo Interactivo Mirador on your holiday in Santiago, and find out what else Santiago has to offer, use our Santiago travel itinerary maker.
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  • We were leading to a gringa in Exchange, taking advantage of an afternoon of rain is a place interesting, interactive as it says your name and entertaining for all ages are simple or complicated things explained and exposed with examples and activities easy to understand I think it's better to go weekend because in the week they receive many visits of schools Vale la pena. We already we are gone 4 times with my daughters at different ages and always is entertaining
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  • When traveling with children requires a little extra provision, which undoubtedly, can be spent in the Interactive Mirador dependencies. There are many options of activities to enjoy with the kids. Since SOAP giant ball, to nail bed, everything is fun.
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  • A playful encounter with science and knowledge, where children learn and play free leaving her curiosity and capacity for experimentation
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  • Very nice experience for kids. Must go. Had a great afternoon.
  • Parking was insufficient, the museum itself was too packed, it was school holidays, café inside was far too small, left after a couple of hours as was too slow to get around and didn't see a lot of things. Will have to go back again when it's not school holidays, looked interesting what we did see
  • great place ti visit with ypur kids, a lot of science in a very fun way
  • Excelente, varias novedades, buen panorama para niños. Miércoles entrada rebajada.
  • Worth the visit, very interesting.