MalokaCurrently Open [Closes at 05:00 pm]
- Address: Carrera 68D No. 40A-51, Bogota, Colombia
- Timings: 08:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +57-14272707
- Ticket Price: 19500 COP
- Tags: Science Museums, Children Museums, Family And Kids, Amphitheater
The perfect place to take your kids to, the Maloka is an interactive science and technology museum. With over 9 rooms full of interactive fun, the most frequented ones is the Human Room where visitors get to explore the human body is as minute a detail as they want; the Universe Room is the other popular room where you can perform a variety of experiments. In addition to all these interactive rooms, the Maloka also has a dome amphitheatre that features 45 minute long documentaries on topics of science and technology.
Soak yourself in the world of science by visiting the Maloka museum during your Bogota trip. The Makota museum is a perfect place to take your kids along with you as it will entertain and enlighten them at the same time. You can get the Maloka tickets from the ticket counter. If you want to ditch the line, then you can book the Maloka tickets, well in advance. You can also book the Maloka tour tickets to get a guided tour of the museum and enhance the overall experience.
- There are separate charges for doing a combined tour of the museum and the dome amphitheatre and just doing either one of the two.
- (Transmilenio) Calle 22 or Calle 19
- India Gourmet (serves Indian cuisine)
- Carbon de Palo Parrilla (wine & dine)
- La Herencia (Columbian cuisine recommended)
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94.21% of people who visit Bogota include Maloka in their plan
09 AM - 10 AM
29.12% of people start their Maloka visit around 09 AM - 10 AM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Maloka
93.58% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Maloka
It is an interactive site in which children can have contact with science. Several attractions such as: interplanetary systems, because earthquakes are generated, as paleontology has studied the marine animals that lived more than 500 million years ago, among others. With ample spaces looking for that each attraction can be visualized between several people. A map of the city of Bogota, which was made in recycling material, using 3D printers, adds to maloka the importance of being a museum unique in its nature.
First of all is quite of expensive for what you get. They have the same exact attractions as when I was a kid 20 years ago. Most machines are old and broken. The only thing that is worth is the 3D presentation at the dome. I suggest to spend your time somewhere else.
This is an interactive children's museum nearby the airport. It is a good way to spend time with children and enjoy some of the hands-on activities along the ground level of the premises. The staff is very well trained. I wish they will consider renewing the installations more often to make it more appealing. Highly recommended.
There are not many things to do. It has been practically the same for a while. It'd be nice to be able to see more technological, mechanical or engenering innovations
It is a good place where you can learn about science and technology, because you will learn while you play each station. The target public are childs but the general public can visite. In the other hand, I do not like that some games damaged where they should make some type of maintenance or remplace some pieces again of game. Also, you can find the 3D dome cinema