About Micropolix, Madrid
Micropolix, Madrid - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Calle Julio Rey Pastor 17, 28702 San Sebastian de los Reyes (Madrid-Spain), Commercial and Leisure Park Alegra C / Salvador de Madariaga (in front of The Style Outlet), Madrid, Spain
Ticket Price: 10 EUR
Time Required: 02:30 Hrs
Timings: 11:00 am - 09:45 pm Details
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A place where children can be exactly who they want to be when they grow up, the Micropolix has over 30 activities and over 40 different professions in a make-believe setting. Be it a DJ, a Pilot, a Fire fighter, Designer, a Model, Doctor or a Police Officer- the place offers a good way for children to be whoever they want to be and have a town to themselves.
The highly detailed place comes with all the details including Uniforms, Costumes, Vehicles and a small city where you can walk and meet other children of different professions!
Micropolix Ticket Prices
Friday and Sunday:
- Babies (0 to 3 years)- Free
- Children (4-14 years old)- Euros 14.25
- Adults (15-60 years old)- Euros 9.50
- Senior (over 60 years)- Euros 9.50
- Babies (0 to 3 years)- Free
- Children (4-14 years old):- Euros 18.53
- Adults (15-60 years old)- Euros 14.25
- Senior (over 60 years)- Euros 12.35
How To reach Micropolix by Public Transport
- By Metro/ Subway: Hospital Infanta Sofía
- By Bus: Calle Alonso Zamora Vicente N 17
- By Taxi
- By renting a Car/Bike.
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Micropolix, Madrid Reviews - Write a Review
Great initiative where kids play real jobs and Learn the basics of adults life. As drawback just to mention there are some jobs/tasks are difficult to finish within the day such as car driving. License gets complicated to get in just a day
Avoid .terribly run.we queued for the jobs etc and each time the kids got to the top the staff said no and allowed large party groups in instead .so basically it's for private parties as they queue skip .it was so upsetting for the kids we stayed 3 hours and they only got to do 1 job .on the exit we were told the exit was only for party groups .it was frustrating and badly run.we went to Kidzania in Lisbon and it was wonderful ,this place is just a badly run play centre full of rude children pushing and skipping queues .it took us 1.5 hours to get here ,cost 88euros .absolutely miserable experience .AVOID
Great concept of indoor playground build like a city with policestation, fireman, postoffice, hospital, tv etc where kids have to work to earn money which they then can use to do other things inside. I would give 5 stars if the food was any better because its really bad quality please get some decent meat for your burgers.
I went on a school trip here and the activities were well chosen and executed in helping explain the modern "adult" world to children. The monitors were also very helpful and engaging.
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