Micropolix, Madrid

2.5
#61 of 102 in Theme Parks in Spain
Children learn by mimicry, and what better place to practice their copycat behavior than in a city built just for them, Micropolix. At this attraction, a child holds a job and earns currency, which he deposits in a bank and spends on activities and shopping. Each activity is sponsored by a private company. The mix of entrepreneurship and creative edutainment attracts thousands of visitors every year. Make Micropolix part of your personalized Madrid itinerary using our Madrid itinerary planner.
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  • August 8, 2017
    We were with children of 9 and 13. They pretend to be adults in a city of children. Entering you are given 50 Eurix (currency micropolix) and passport to seal in the activities. There are activities of profession or academia and according to what they earn or pay. If they want to make money you have to work in the supermarket, post, courier, Bank, town councils, recycling etc.. And if you want to be pilots, ship's captain, police, firefighter or entering the hospital among others have to pay. Children may not exit and enter, adults if. Te ponen identification bracelets. There are fast food restaurants. You can not enter anything outside. Only open Friday afternoon, full Saturday and Sunday until 17:30 and 21:30. We went Saturday to seize the day we entered at 11 and went the last. Loved the little, didn't you want to go.
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  • July 29, 2017
    The kids passed it phenomenal. In addition to the fun for kids, it has a fairly high component of learning for them. They learn to value the things and know that nothing is easy and everything costs. As the only negative aspect is the (high) price of tickets for dads, because we only do work of accompaniment to our kids. 10 para tod@s monitors.
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  • July 9, 2017
    We were a group of adults with children of various ages, I do not recommend that children under 7 years go, they can do very few things and they end up boring... Elders passed it is fine, but this very crowded, at each site had expected at least 20 min. in the queue. No thing is if between daily will be better... Adults, may not participate in almost nothing, or enter to see them or make a sad picture (cruise, supermarket...), and that is also paid to enter. The food, there is only one site, and is sandwiches, burgers and dogs... and nothing cheap. I forgot, when you put some identification bracelets, is responsible for which takes inputs and adults can enter and exit but no children. Ahhh, forbidden to get food from the outside, although I them got something small picnic (we were all day inside). Conclusion, expect me it larger (and cooler), and is for children to go alone because it is a little chaotic for parents.
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  • Great concept of indoor playground build like a city with policestation, fireman, postoffice, hospital, tv etc where kids have to work to earn money which they then can use to do other things inside. I would give 5 stars if the food was any better because its really bad quality please get some decent meat for your burgers.
  • I went on a school trip here and the activities were well chosen and executed in helping explain the modern "adult" world to children. The monitors were also very helpful and engaging.
  • Good for children to play very entertaining!
  • good place
  • Unmissable

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