Visit: Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias, Av. Professor Lopez Pinero 7, 46023 Valencia Spain
Armies of ants, indoor electrical storms, dinosaurs and more await at the Ciudad de las artes y las ciencias Science Museum ". Pull on a lab coat, coin a catchphrase, and get ready for a futuristic adventure of mad science (and serious fun) in sunny Valencia. Fast forward time and skip the line with this nifty smartphone ticket.
Science Museum Príncipe Felipe :
This original building, designed by Santiago Calatrava, is an interactive museum governed by an interesting rule - it’s forbidden not to touch, not to feel, and not to think. Among the exhibitions you are invited to touch, feel and think about are the Electricity Theatre. In front of an auditorium, with seating for up to 50 people, your hair will literally stand on end as a slightly eccentric inventor demonstrates the physical principles of electricity.
The Hemisfèric was inaugurated in 1998 and was the first building in the City of Arts and Sciences to open its doors to the public. It is a spectacular construction designed by Santiago Calatrava, with an ovoid roof that is over 100 meters long and contains the large sphere that constitutes a 3D projection room.
There's so much to do in the Science Museum at Ciudad de las artes y las ciencias, you may want to pace yourself - there's a day's worth of spectacular interactive science here.
See the skeletal remains of dinosaurs unearthed from dig sites nearby, stroll through a replica International Space Station, visit cities of leaf-cutter ants, bounce sound waves off a giant arc and so much more!