Science museums in Spain: here you definitely can touch
Museo de las Ciencias Príncipe Felipe (Valencia)
Do you want to have fun while you learn things about yourself and the world around you? In Spain's science museums you will enjoy discovering things. Learn about the mysteries of nature, the human being and the universe as a whole, in a simple, entertaining and totally interactive way. In any one of these museums you will feel like a real researcher - the normal rules do not apply: touching, experimenting and taking part is a must.
Spain not only has a great tradition of art and culture, but of science too. In recent decades a large number of scientific museums have sprung up in Spain with one clear aim: to spread and promote knowledge, taking it to the people in an attractive manner. In other words, to make people have fun learning about science. They more than achieve their goal, provoking visitors' curiosity and encouraging them to actively participate. The idea is that each person, through a series of ingenious experiments and activities, can discover for him/herself how the human body, the wonders of nature or the very cosmos itself work. Come and experience the host of surprises, sensations and stimuli that await you inside these interactive museums. This is a great way to enjoy the fun, hands-on side of science, and will be a hit with adults and children alike.
All over Spain you will find places where you can have a great time investigating the secrets of the world we live in. In Barcelona, for example, is CosmoCaixa, whose exhibitions and interactive modules can also be seen in the Spanish capital, at CosmoCaixa Madrid. In northern Spain, in A Coruña, you will be amazed by what the Casa de las Ciencias has to offer, not forgetting Domus, the only museum dedicated exclusively to the human being. And in Valencia, the Príncipe Felipe Museum's interesting experiments await you within the spectacular Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias (Art and Science) complex, which also has Europe's largest marine life centre.
There are many other museums of this type in Spain that will help you learn in an exciting new way. The Parque de las Ciencias (Science Park) in Granada; the Miramon-Kutxaespacio, in San Sebastian; the Museo de las Ciencias de Castilla-La Mancha (Castile-La Mancha Science Museum), situated in Cuenca; the Ciencia y el Cosmos (Science and the Cosmos Museum) on the island of Tenerife, and the Ciencia y el Agua (Science and Water Museum) in Murcia are but a few of them. Come to Spain and share a fascinating experience with us: the adventure of knowledge.
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