Museo Interactivo Mirador, Santiago

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#5 of 65 in Museums in Santiago
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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  • Excellent choice for those with children, or like science, technology, astronomy, arts. The space is huge and covers several areas. Has external activities in the gardens and parks. The tunnel space universe was opened a little. A day comes to be little! To get use the subway and walk about 15 minutes or take a taxi in the final stretch. The value of taxi is approximately 2.000.00 PLC. Negotiate with the taxi driver before entering. In the output you can also ask for the staff of the information call a taxi to go back to the subway station.
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  • A world first! Many options that entertain the whole family. Activities inside and outside the building of the Museum that Tb has a beautiful lawn! We were almost 5 hours there and nobody wanted to leave.
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  • Although it is not easy to reach this place, clearly worth worth... your children will not forget it... the cafeteria is something perfect small serves its purpose.
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  • If you want to go on Wednesday for half price, be ready for a hell of a kindergarten. The place is packed with kids 4-8 years old, they have no idea how to use the exhibition, so they just click on random buttons, push you, shout like a flock of parrots, and run around. Such a headache. Better if you come around noon, but keep in mind that you can easily spend 6 hours there, so don't be too late
  • Loving science as much as I do... I love this museum, there's a whole building just for space 😍 It's a MUST
  • Outstanding museum for every age, the atmosphere of discovery and knowldege brings out your inner explorer. On par with San Francisco's Exploratorium. La Granja's MiM is a must in the metrpolitan region.
  • First I’d like to say that the museum itself was awesome. However there can be several improvements: -For starters there was not a family bathroom at the children’s museum. Nor did I see a room for breast-feeding mothers. That can be improved. -Secondly, it was really inefficient to have to scan the paper every time you exited and re-entered the building. It would be more efficient if they had a stamp or bracelet or checked you in after purchasing the tickets. This system doesn’t make sense to me. -Finslly, we rented a stroller and they wouldn’t let us use it outside to go between the huge space between buildings. My child is heavy and trying to sleep and I’m not about to carry him half a mile. when the lady told me that I couldn’t take the stroller outside she was rude towards me and I was like 👎. What is the point of renting a stroller, should have just brought my own.
  • Excellent. Educational and fun toys games and interactive presentations. And great value too.
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