Eureka! Zientzia Museoa, San Sebastian - Donostia

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  • It is the third time that we visited the Museum. Tickets are purchased individually or as a whole for the Museum or Planetarium. They have a few simulators that love to the kids but always paid separately, they are not cheap but pass it well especially in the Flight Simulator. Moreover this great Museum to make experimentod of all kinds and there are workshops of electricity etc... that it is worth. Consult the program of the day well for plan the visit to make the ride in Segway that there are to hours concrete or the bed of the Fakir for example. To eat there is a bar with menu and all kinds of food but also you can bring food from home and picnicking. We can come and go often need the Museum with the entry. There are workshops with animals paying more for entry but you can see some animals with the general entrance of the Museum. The tickets can be purchased online if we visited the Museum on busy days.
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  • Loved it s fun with friends. Only downside the restaurant dirty with not very good food. Simulators to avoid
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  • We were unaware of the existence of this museum but a few days earlier was the girl with the cole and came home excited. I want to go again I want to go again that I could not see everything! So said and done. We went one Saturday soon. Access is fine, is away from the Centre but that is unimportant. It has parking, though not very large so I think you must be filled soon. Already abroad deserves a chapter to part with the MAGNIFICENT exhibition of hamlets, palaces, cathedrals, city councils, etc to scale and an incredible detail. In addition are of very good quality since they are outdoors and you don't see them are damaged by the weather. At box office very well explained you the different options of entries that there is. If you want to see the "movie" of the planetary should buy the ticket at that time to have your site because it is full. The different areas that there is for all the Museum are very successful and well themed. All there is you can touch, is not a Museum of "Please do not touch", here are bumble everything and thankfully because also learn things and dwarves (and not-so-dwarf) enjoy a lot. We must organize well because there are activities planned at different times, although repeated throughout the day. To the thin strips you all day there and you is short. There is a room of simulators paid to part per trip and a games room. It is somewhat expensive but the quality of each Simulator is very high and they are very accomplished. In the cafeteria/restaurant, eating properly, is a little desperate service. No attention as such, if not the waiting time you strip especially until take you note of your request.
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  • Lots of interesting experiments to learn science, good for adults and kids.
  • Interesting
  • Beautiful Foucault's pendulum.
  • Museum where to go with the children to spend the afternoon, learn and have fun. It has good parking and a café. It is worth visiting it.
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  • Good place to to go any day that you do not know what to do. You can take a walk on the outside and come up to the towers of Arbide. It has children's playground and is a quiet weekend. The Interior has many activities for all ages, but especially for children eager to learn and experience playing. It has planetarium. Cafeteria.
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