Museu de les Ciencies Principe Felipe, Valencia

2.6
#3 of 16 in Childrens Museums in Valencian Country
Delve into science at Museu de les Ciencies Principe Felipe, 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. By using our Valencia trip planner , you can arrange your visit to Museu de les Ciencies Principe Felipe and other attractions in Valencia.
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  • the property is beautiful but inside you can really do it to engage visitors. many things are really boring or incomprehensible and some of them are paid for. but you haven't already paid an entrance ticket????
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  • We planned the visit to this museum also because it was in combination with the tickets of the oceanographic. The structure is majestic, with large exhibition spaces. It must be said that although there has been an attempt to give the broadest representation of the progress of science in the various sectors, in my opinion it fails to affect the visitor and at the end of the exhibition path remains very little satisfaction.
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  • It shows the evolution of human beings and the last challenges and success of Science and Technology. One of the first interactive museums in Europe, when only one thing is forbidden: not touch. Here the visitor can touch, jump, create, run and have all kind of experiences around science. Moreover the Museum offers temporary exhibitions about relevant aspects and people who worked for the development of science and technology. The figures are just incredible: 42.000 m2, 220 meters long, 80 meters wide and 55meters high...and more then 4000 glasses!!!
  • Impressive building. The Mars, space and human behaviour exhibitions in the top floor were good. We enjoyed the electricity demonstration even though it was all in Spanish. Was not so keen on the brain exhibition, as the interactive parts did not work at all. No one seemed to be able to get it to work
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