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Pavilhao da Agua, Porto

(3.6/5 based on 20 reviews on the web)
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  • It best from this visit is that was it only in Porto in which not had tail to enter! is more we were the only ones visiting it. The environment is impressive, at Park City, which is well worth touring, especially in days much heat as that we suffer. It raises several interactive water activities, while it is true that some of them did not work. To our son (5 years) you loved it, especially the sources of jets of the outside. If you have time in your trip to Porto visit it; but it is not a must.
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  • 1998 year of many memories. Only the flag remained the name and shape. Inside, disappointment. A room only, with a dozen activities on the water. The idea is there, but is the feeling that something is missing. YOU KNOW the bit. Some activities have not worked. A note of excellence for support staff, very attentive and available. I don't think you go repeat the visit.
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  • Site with lab activities, good explanations given, friendly staff. Going up the stairs, I advise you to look at the ceiling, because with the optical illusion, we were kind of fools ... have more experiences. It's funny!
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  • Really cool for kids, for European adults a bit less. If you're American, definitely go, you probably didn't learn this stuff in school. But if you have kids definitely take them.
  • It was quite the sensation back in 1998, especially for kids... great science experiments and all but c'mon... IMO it really needs a refresh renovation!
  • This pavilion was built to be part of the Expo 1998 in Lisbon. It was rebuilt in Porto at the city park. The shape of the building stands like if it were levitating from the ground, coming out of a surface of water. It's structure is entirely made out of wood.
  • Beautiful place
  • Great exposition. Great people working there