Museu de la Ciència i de la Tècnica de Catalunya, Terrassa

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Inside a former textile factory, Museu de la Ciència i de la Tècnica de Catalunya displays a range of items, from ordinary household objects to medical instruments. Set up in 1990, this museum for the curious features a permanent exhibit dedicated to the process of producing wool fabric using early mechanized methods. The tour through the recreated textile mill allows you to see various machines in operation, as well as to feel the noise and the movement of the looms and the steam engine and imagine what it must have been like to work here day in and day out. Other exhibits highlight the modern achievements in chemistry, transportation, and computer science. By using our Terrassa trip generator, you can arrange your visit to Museu de la Ciència i de la Tècnica de Catalunya and other attractions in Terrassa.
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  • Excellent monograph upon da Vinci, with detailed explanations and examples easier to understand for children. It is also the (full) textile manufacturing process, it is amazing, from the entrance of the coal to textile finishing process, a chain of textile manufacturing. Expo models of Montesa motorcycles and expo information technology (computers), in addition to the usual fixed of the Museum. The first Sunday of most it is free admission.
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  • Visit recommended to discover the last industrial and textile city. Highlight the possibility of workshops for children and the building of Art Nouveau features, which highlights its ceiling and views of the fireplace from the terrace.
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  • Exposures that are everything there are some permanent and others not but recently put an an exhibition of Leonardo Da Vinci by 6 months is worth visiting the Museum
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  • Architectural jewel of the Catalan industrial, with a very good conservation and with several permanent and temporary exhibitions. Can you find out how it was a factory of 1900, visitors the various parts and many machines of the era. The dramatised tours are fun and dates as the Festa Major de Terrassa or the modernist fair, you can visit the roof of the factory. A sensational treasure.
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  • This Museum of Terrassa defines very well the textile industry in the region in the last century. Apart from the textile have permanent exhibition of Montesa, the first cars, planes, trucks, etc... It is a good place to spend the morning with your child. The first Sunday of each month admission is free.
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  • Very complete and varied collections, worthy of a great Museum. The best of Spain in its genre.
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  • The 1st time I went had no expectation about what they offered. But upon entering, I must say that 2 hours later were still excited (clarifying that we have 33 and 38 years and we've been alone). I've had to return because it is amazing. I recommend go well early because I have taken 3 hours the 2nd time and I have not come to explore it before closing. As a negative thing I say that close at noon for the Museum not works very well given its extension and forces you to wait a long time or lose the halfway point if you got to half time. Another thing is that if there are few people, some interactions are switched off as it happened to me with that of the human body on my 2nd visit.
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  • The enclosure where the Museum (a former factory) seems charming, but if can find as cultural part was not to my liking. For my taste, there are better museums and more dynamic.
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