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Principe Felipe Science Museum, Valencia
(1/5 based on 550+ reviews on the web)
Delve into science at Principe Felipe Science Museum, a museum featuring exhibits about the human body, climate change, and biometrics. Even the building itself resembles a whale’s skeleton. Interactive displays and activities throughout the museum appeal to all ages and levels of learning, and explanations are written in both Spanish and English. Don’t miss the exhibit featuring superheroes explaining physics. Work out when and for how long to visit Principe Felipe Science Museum and other Valencia attractions using our handy Valencia travel itinerary maker.
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  • Not worth it and also I conned with the entry: old exhibition, dynamic activities are old and very views, school groups, uncontrolled by the monitor of the same Museum, noisy, just one could read anything... The order of the Museum, not has sense, spent of a theme to another, and then returned to the theme previous, super poorly signposted. Interactive things the vast majority do not work and some were dirty... And the ginda's cake... Page over to see an exhibition that were desmostando... of dinosaurs. Just yesterday. And miss the reception told me nothing, and why was I to see, fossils of snails, which is the only thing that was mounted. Nothing at all of dinosaurs. In addition, there were food of children everywhere. Much noise for what it is, has nothing to envy to the granada Science Park for example...
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  • Recommended if you go with children, if it is not the case, see the building on the outside, it is spectacular, but you don't have to pay the entrance fee. To them children them love, can touch and experience with all, is thought to enjoy and learn. Highly recommended.
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  • I was pretty disappointed by the visit to the museum. It looked like a little brother of Technopolis. But much less spectacular. There were many business just in Spanish. Or a minute translation in English. Not recommend for children because they don't understand what they need to do. Very unfortunate. Savings would rather get money to Belgium to visit than this in Technopolis agree to spend your money. What you can do is even within walking on the benedenverdiepen where you free within can and also to toilet can.
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