Even if you have no interest in science, you’ll thoroughly enjoy a visit to the Granada Science Museum. In fact it is more of a technological funfair than a museum, with interactive exhibits and experiments involving electricity, light, sound, gravity. astronomy, meteorology and various other natural phenomena, presented to entertaining and educational effect. There are 270 interactive features, including a 50m observation tower (overlooking Granada city), a planetarium, a house of tropical butterflies, a maze, water gardens, an astronomy garden, a distorted house, a giant chess board, and a 12-meter Foucault pendulum. There is a separate Exploration Hall for children from 3 to 7 years old.
Opening times: Tuesdays-Saturdays from 10am – 7pm. Sundays from 10am to 3pm. There is a free car park.
Entrance fee: €5 (discounts for children and adults over 65 years).
Tel: +34 958 131 900