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Entry is only €4 per person (adult) which is a bargain then you can pay extra for certain exhibits such as a planetarium. There is enough to see and do without these but if you have children it is worth considering as they seemed to...More
This was my second time visiting this museum, and it was as amazing as the first. The displays are very informative and the section where you get to do science experiments yourself is very fun and educational for both kids and adults. It also has...More
We had a spare 1/2 day with two boys (5 and 8). Amazing building with great views over the city. Easily can spend several hours here, with loads of science, robots and even an indoor rainforest. Tonnes of hands-on stuff and experiments. Highliy recommended with...More
There are a lot of interesting devices, which you can use and look how physics works. Recommend for children and parents. Be sure you will have enough time to observe everything. The most interesting was -5 floor with robots and natural park. It looks like...More
We visited CosmoCaixa with our 5 and 9 yr old children and had a amazing day. Entry was free for our children and we paid 4 euros per adult. The activities are an additional 4 euros per person and an adult has to accompany a...More
After 4 days around town our boys 5 and 8 had enough of city walking. This was a great diversion. Huge halls. Loads of stuff to do and learn about. Animals, robots, forces, weather systems... you name it. And only 4 euros for adults and...More
Beginning with the conclusion: the best science museum I've visited.
For a ridiculous price of 4 euros, you get to visit one of the most beautiful and interesting science museums. It is educational and fun for children and adults, scientists or not. Very interactive, explaining...More
We went here at the end of the day and entered at 6 PM. The building consists of 5 floors (your start at -5 and work your way to the ground flour). The floors contain all sorts of things, from animals to science experiments. These...More
Response from Francesca A | Reviewed this property |
I think It is. Most of experiments are Easy to understand even without explanations. About Two Years old boy, it's difficult to answer, It depends from the boy, but I think he should be involved in interattive experiments