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Science Park (Parque de las Ciencias), Granada
Categories: Science Museums, Museums
Interactive exhibits deal with various areas of science at Science Park (Parque de las Ciencias). Learn about anatomy and organ transplants in the human body section. Glimpse butterflies and frogs in the tropical greenhouse. Get hands on with physics by peddling an electric bike and playing with a gyroscope. Outside, explore the astronomy garden, with its sundials and solar calendars. Owls, eagles, and falcons fly overhead at the birds of prey flight show. Be sure to climb the observation tower to take in views of Granada. Add Science Park (Parque de las Ciencias) to your Granada travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Granada itinerary maker.
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I had been here before a few years ago, but was well worth a second visit as they had new exhibitions and areas to see. Watch out for the timings though, by the time we had had a good look around and ... read more »
Si estás con niños y no sabes que ver, el parque de las ciencias es el sitio ideal, además de divertido aprenderás un montón de cosas muy interesantes y variadas. Pregunta por la tarjeta amiga, su pre... read more »If you are with children and don't know to do, the Science Park is the ideal place, in addition to fun you will learn a lot of things very interesting and varied. Ask for the friend card, its price compensates for more than.show original
Fuimos a pasar el día y nos encantó el Biodomo. Se puede ver en 2 horas. Es pequeño pero suficiente para los niños que disfrutaron de cada rincón. La vista panorámica desde arriba muy bonita. Sin duda... read more »We went to spend the day and we loved the Biodome. You can see in 2 hours. It is small but sufficient for children who enjoyed every corner. The beautiful panoramic view from above. No doubt a plan to repeat.show original
Frankly I was not amazed at all. It's a massive building but not properly optimised to host scientific things. The expositions were quite poor, but at least they made an effort to add short translations in English. Outside the main building there is a butterfly garden, with 10 different species. An anthropological plex that was meant to be open when we were in, was not. An animal show made of 6 rare species bird that are linked to a log with a rope to avoid them to fly away. If you ever been to the science museum in London (which is free), save your money.
Good site for the kids. I hope to go to the biodome in july!!😊
A really good way of spending 2 or 3 hours. Professor Hawking might find it limiting but for retards like us (who've forgotten most of any science we knew) it was fine. Mostly English titling as well as the Spanish and plenty of hands on stuff. Would interest anyone from 5 to 105 unless you've lost your interest in things.
Good, I recommend you go up in the tower as you get an excellent view of the city
Plenty of interactive exhibits suitable for all ages, but personally found the tethered birds of prey inappropriate and a little sad.
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