Granada Science Park

Parque de las Ciencias is an extensive science park covering more than 70,000 m2  and offers over 270 interactive activities. Seven permanent exhibition halls, the Digital Planetarium, the Cultural Gallery, the Library, the Cinemas, the Auditorium and the Windows to Science are some of the attractions. They bring together health, the environment, the scientific legacy of Andalusian culture, architecture, literature, physics, chemistry, mechanics and astronomy, amongst other topics. It is also an outdoor museum with 27,000 m2 of green areas in which there are exhibition spaces such as the Observation Tower, the Tropical Butterfly House, the Astronomical Observatory, the “Prey in Flight” Workshop, the Botanical Tours, the Maze, the Astronomy Garden, and the Mental Gymnastics Tent. It is easy to reach on foot from the city centre or by bus route S5.

Recommended by Helen Harstein


Contact Details: Avda. de la Ciencia s/n, 18006 Granada / +34 958 131 900 / www.parqueciencias.com/parqueciencias




3 Comments
  • MumAbroad
    Posted at 12:18h, 06 November Reply

    Fabulous. Keeps children from toddlers to teens entertained and awesruck for hours. (Helena Harstein)

  • MumAbroad
    Posted at 12:21h, 06 November Reply

    Sophie Russell-Ross, freelance writer and founder of the GranadaSpain site, has written here about The Science Park: http://www.granadaspain.co.uk/a-trip-to-the-science-park/

  • ERICA BARLOW
    Posted at 11:17h, 14 May Reply

    Excellent place! Plenty of outdoor stuff to do but also our (and all our friends’) go-to destination for rainy days with the kids! We do tend to grab a filling meal en route as the food served there is not the best and picnicking is not allowed… but that really is a very small issue in an otherwise fantastic day out. I particularly recommend the butterfly house!

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