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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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  • By where begin... is large, very very big, but not with interesting things to see. It is basically a compilation of the exhibitions that you can see at the Museum of the Sciences of Valencia and in the Museum of prehistory of Valencia, only that in this you calcarán to enter four people 30 euro and others if you go the weekend go free... You also have to take into account that it is so great to see all the chorradillas that has you going to having to walk and walk and walk and spend more than three hours of your life. Note that there are workshops for children or areas of 'experience space' for adults that you will have to pay part of your entry. If you need instructions to leave backpacks etc... you pay 1 euro for every thing. See if what you want is to see the building you don't waste dough, since entering the lower part is free, you can take pictures to the ceiling which is what most impresses and you've saved yourself a few euros, go to the other two museums of science that is within a beautiful park and is more small and the prehistory and you'll see the same thing without getting tired. Also organize free screenings, but capacity is limited, in some cases of 25 people have are going or do tail of an hour or more or do not enter of or away since a Museum of these features has an influx of impressive people.!!! By the way the children's area is bounded, is cool that does not deny it, they have to enter children accompanied by an adult, but every hour at point you evict and if you have entered for example 20 minutes before so get back to leave with the children and return to Queuing, even if there is nobody waiting to enter... In the end I ended up very disappointed with this visit. It is a clear example that there is that pay off at all costs and at the expense of the tourist monumental buildings that make up this complex.
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  • Visit interactive for children and large. Great to spend a little time learning science and other curiosities.
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  • Museum of technology and science with a large number of places to touch, strangling, shooting and similar experimentation. The best recommendation we will let that our 7 year old would not let go, despite the passage of 3 hours. Interesting special exhibitions about Nikola Tesla and dinosaurs. Compared with similar places in Spain (for example. Cosmocaixa in Barcelona), the Museum is already somewhat obsolete, and for adult tedious. Could use more places in a fully interactive, interesting exhibits, and more attractive interior. Second floor only descriptive-for visitors from outside Spain to bypass.
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