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All reviews science museum robotic arm interactive exhibits great fun green screen great hands lots of interesting things science based solve puzzles underground parking all ages couple of hours virtual reality interesting things to see great museum entrance ticket rainy day
Well worth a visit, loads of opportunity for hands on fun, VR plank walk a must, very friendly helpful staff, English not a problem, most information boards are dual language, great value for money as ticket is valid all day
Three stories with themed exhibitions. We got to ’ride’ with an industrial robot, saw a 3D-film about Wild Africa and test VR-glasses and games. Also fysical phenomenos and puzzles were introduced. With the ticket you can re-enter during the same day. Situated centrally next to...More
Hadn’t really planned to visit, but the weather too breezy for the beach. We were charged 18 euros for 2 adults, a 20 and 17yr old. This included the 3D cinema, the robocoaster (I personally didn’t do but you really should have a go, there...More
This museum is centrally located next to Park Santa Catalina.
There is so much to see and explore. Maybe too much that some parts of the museum became a little bit confused.
For us, the highlight was the old DC-9 of Iberia. You could even...More
Curious mix of technical museum pieces and science exhibits. Not all of the signs were in English, also the levels were not well signposted. On the positive side it was not expensive to visit, only 6 euros.
Really interesting technical equipment here.
Robocoaster was quite rough (even 2nd roughest program).
Worth the visit with or without children.
Also restaurant in the same building (probably with the same name) was really good deal (3 course lunch 10e)
3d-movie was a bit "too long".
Visited on a day when the weather forecast was rainy without high expectations but was amazed by the diversity and quality of the interactive displays. These were as good if not better than I have seen in many big cities with a bonus of there...More
We had intended visiting here during our last visit to Gran Canaria 6 years ago. Frankly, when we visited today I was disappointed. As you enter, everything looks interesting. However much of it was a recap of things I'd done in physics and maths at...More