Museo Interactivo Mirador, Santiago

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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. Put Museo Interactivo Mirador into our Santiago driving holiday planner to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Santiago.
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  • I think that the EIF was at the first jerk of a few years ago. To my taste you need to renovate damaged things and add new attractions.
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  • Amazing! If you enjoy having fun and learning along with your children this is the right place to your family! Though it’s far from the center (35’ by Uber), totally worth the visit. All the attractio...  more »
  • Very good Museum for children, fully interactive and participatory. It serves to play and learn. It has two buildings: the main and then one of astronomy, to which only can enter the entrance once. The main can exit and enter several times. Located on the outskirts of Santiago. It has free parking.
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  • A great place to spend a whole day, specially if you have young kids. Make sure to come early to skip the afternoon crowds and participate in the workshops they do. They have a robotics workshop that teaches young ones to code; a print workshop to learn how they printed books in the past; and they have an earthquake simulator where you can experience an 8.0 one in a controlled setting.
  • Recommended for kids. Great place. Could have better support for children below 6 years, as they usually can't reach the tables.
  • It was a better museum a few years ago. It hasn't renovated itself in a long time and the quality of the museum guides has gone down.
  • Good for kids so they touch what they learn. For foreign fellows, you can experience an earthquake on one of the rooms.
  • Incredible place. Very organized and very interesting.

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