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Museo De La Ciencia, Valladolid

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  • The permanent exhibition is loose. The activities are very interesting. The location is ideal. They should be featured in the exhibition extend and reinforce advertising of the educational activities. I have the feeling that it is poorly managed.
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  • Excursion took us and we were able to visit several things. The workshop of the Sun at home (for children) was very interesting. The great planetary. The temporary exhibition of stools (an exhibition of shit) very curious. There are very funny temporary exhibitions. We also saw form rapidilla the room of the water and the brain, usually recommended although some guides it explain everything running as not wanting to.
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  • Had not visited any Museum this stick: is really what science is there or just a set of gadgets? I would call Museum of technology or something as well... I recognize, however, that you spend a pleasant time.
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  • Important Museum in Valladolid.
  • The first Science Museum visited where you see things that are at the height of the hand of a child and put the poster not to touch. They should keep the exhibition facilities in best condition in the permanent exhibition of the water where it teaches the operation of the locks not work stop valves, turbine does not rotate. The Planetarium is the best, but I think the facilities are missed. Children from 6 years old can spend a morning or afternoon entertaining teaching, does not give for more.
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  • An ideal Museum to go with children in a building with a striking architectural design. It is a little expensive but it is worth the visit. The Planetarium is also very good but goes with an entry apart.
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  • It is the typical Museum of science. The good, the temporary exhibitions. There was a dinosaur, another of animals of the savanna, fire, and the last living Arachnids. In Planetarium have not visited it with star protection, not is that it will be, but the worst projected... to taste, because I almost I sleep with every one of them. For children well in general but not spectacular. They have improved the projector, but even so it seems lacking in brightness and sharpness. The fixed part of the Museum exhibition, which goes for plants are not bad, but it is predictable. Perhaps one of the best, the ground floor permanent exhibition dedicated to water, energy and materials... sponsored by private companies. They also do workshops.
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  • This is one of those museums that do not have a jungle of visitors. What makes it more interesting given that there is enduring tremendous queues for experimenting with the elements by the Museum and is quite interactive. Recommended above all its planetarium, which do not have to put movies on the planets. It also has another type of movies type vault that makes it very interesting. Ideal to go with children.
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