Avenida de la Ciencia, s/n, 18006 Granada
0034 958 13 19 00
The Science Park Museum is the most visited museum in Andalusia and a benchmark in scientific dissemination. Its interactive nature awakens curiosity about the science of children and adults, being an unforgettable experience.
It is located a few minutes from the center of Granada, and encompasses a set of permanent and temporary exhibitions in its 70,000 square meters of surface.
The museum consists of several spaces:
With the following exhibition spaces:
– The Human Body Pavilion: A journey from the origin of life to the human anatomy.
– Al-Andalus Pavilion and Science: The scientific and technological legacy of al-Andalus.
– Culture of Prevention Pavilion: Improve the perception of risks at work and in daily life.
– Tecno-Foro Pavilion: A space for new technologies, innovation and art.
– Room Explores the Museum’s Attic: Brings science to children through discovery and exploration.
– Temporary Exhibition Pavilion: Large exhibition productions nationally and internationally.
Foucault’s Pendulum Building
Mechanics, physics, chemistry and geology star in the contents of the exhibition rooms of this building, in which it is “forbidden not to touch”.
– Biosphere Room: It is structured around life on our planet and biological diversity.
– Sala Eureka: Physics is the axis of this space in which the visitor can play with a gyroscope or experience the force of the air, among other proposals.
– Sala Perception: The experiences of this room allow you to play with light and sound, to see how it deceives the brain or to enter a giant kaleidoscope.
– Sala Explora: Experiences, sensations and games to awaken curiosity from 3 to 7 years old and help them get to know each other and get to know the world around them.
– Planetarium: Enjoy an exciting journey through the Universe with the screening of more than 7,000 stars.
Foreign / Butterfly / Raptors in flight
The Science Park has green areas where you can rest or experiment with different games and facilities such as: the Astronomy Garden, the Dynamic Sculptures, the Energy Zone, the mechanics and perception modules and other outdoor games.
– Observation Tower: A viewpoint to Granada where you can experiment with science and technology.
– Tropical Butterfly: Watch live the life cycle of butterflies, with more than 20 different tropical species.
– Workshop Raptors in Flight: Meet the most emblematic raptors.
– Botanical Tours: Shows the biological diversity of Mediterranean vegetation.
– Pavilion of Natural Spaces: All about the natural spaces of Andalusia.
– Astronomical Observatory: Observe the sky with the professional Steavenson telescope.
How to get there:
Bus: Line S5 has a stop at the museum and the LAC (High Capacity Line) for the ‘Palacio de Congresos’, which is very close to the museum.
Car: It can be accessed by car and has its own parking, although it can be expensive if you leave the car a long time.
General: Museum: € 7.00
Planetarium: € 2.50
Reduced *: Museum: € 6.00 Planetarium: € 2.00
(Reduced rate: Over 65, under 18 and organized groups of more than 15 people).