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Raquel A wrote a review Apr 2016
4 contributions3 helpful votes
It doesn't exist anymore, now it is MUNCIT a national scince museum. It is worth if you have never been to one before.
Date of experience: April 2016
markj wrote a review Nov 2014
Madrid, Spain374 contributions79 helpful votes
Very affordable, very good science museum. Does get busy on holidays. 3D films, excellent exhibitions, workshops you can sign up for, in short: highly recommendable. Aimed for children, but very suitable for adults also.
Date of experience: December 2013
jo49 wrote a review Oct 2014
London49 contributions24 helpful votes
Sorry to have missed this madrid could do with a child friendly museum of this kind. Went to robot museum instead but tour was only in Spanish so limiting for non Spanish speakers.
Date of experience: October 2014
PKujal wrote a review Apr 2014
Madrid, Spain44 contributions13 helpful votes
We love Cosmo Caixa. In the wnter days with the gray skies we would spend half a day there. My son would love the interactive experiments. They also had sessions where we could leva e our son and then go over to the restaurant to eat. The restaurant has good food too. Children love it as they can try different experiments. We always have agood time here.…
Date of experience: July 2013
Redfred320 wrote a review Oct 2013
Greater London, United Kingdom247 contributions142 helpful votes
Fun and learning for all the family - from 4 to 80. What's mo cheap to get into. A huge range of scientific exhibits, hand-on experiments and machinery that makes for several hours of guaranteed fun and discovery. Popular with local schools and for birthday parties too, for good reason. But due to close, or be reinvented, this winter; so go soon!…
Date of experience: September 2013