La Casa De La Ciencia - Science Museum, Seville
La Casa De La Ciencia - Science Museum, Seville - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Av. de María Luisa, 41013 Sevilla, Spain
Ticket Price: 3 EUR
Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 09:00 pm Details
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About La Casa De La Ciencia - Science Museum, Seville
Housed inside the Incan architectural style Peruvian Pavilion built for the 1929 Ibero-American Exposition, Seville’s science museum is a kiddie science wonderland. It is managed to by the Spanish National research Council. The main permanent exhibitions focus on marine life and the geological transformations of Earth. Another popular permanent installation is the planetarium. The museum also engages kids with the distribution of physics, chemistry and mathematics puzzles that they have to decipher around the museum. But perhaps the most exciting reason to visit the Science Center are its regular and ongoing permanent exhibitions.
La Casa De La Ciencia - Science Museum Ticket Prices
- Planetarium: 3€
- Combined ticket (General + planetarium ticket) 5€
- Discounts: Youth, 64+, diabled, groups of 10+: EUR 2
- Free for 5 and under, unemployed.
How To reach La Casa De La Ciencia - Science Museum by Public Transport
- Bus 03, 41 stop Paseo de delicias (Pabellón de Uruguay)
- Buses 34, A6, C2 stop Avenida María Luisa (La Raza)
- Buses 05, 21, A2, C4 stop Palos de La Frontera(Teatro Lope de Vega)
- Subway L1 stop Prado de San Sebastián
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La Casa De La Ciencia - Science Museum, Seville Reviews - Write a Review
Very interesting!! Perfect for adolescents
This a brilliant (and air conditioned) science museum.
We visited the temporary computer science exhibition. Not very big museum but well adapted for the younger audience, many items to touch and try.
Fascinating building in rare pre-Columbian revival style, built for the Peruvian pavilion of the American-Iberian exposition. The museum itself is mediocre but has an interesting collection of cetean skeletons.
Quite good fun for an hour or so. Definitely worth a visit if you have kids.