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If you have nothing to do in a Saturday or Sunday morning, it might be a good paln.
It's located in Plaza San Juan de la Cruz, very near to Nuevos Ministerios. You can easily access there.
There are two buildings:
The first one dedicated...More
It was a nice visit, but it was disappointing that most of the exhibition wasn't in English. I guess it's a great place if you want to go with kids, but for two adults with no real Spanish know how, it was boring.
Just notice that if you have a CaixaBank card you are going to pay less, I mean instead 7€ you pay 5,60€ per adult, children pay half price. You’ll like What you are going to find inside depending on your beliefs. There are two buildings...More
The majority of this museum was composed of taxidermy small animals. Very few of the exhibits had English translations and so it was difficult to enjoy. Had an oceans exhibit that you had to pay extra for and looked like it was not complete. Overall...More
Very easy to access and accessible to the rest of Madrid central attractions.
Compared to the rest of Madrid's attractions it sits quite adequate. But, on a world scale of renowned science museums it is very poor. The most interesting is probably the fossil, minerals,...More
After reading some reviews I was a bit wary of what I was going to find. However I was pleasantly surprised. I thought the exhibitions were interesting and suited for the general public of all ages. The only criticism I would give is not all...More
It cost 19€ (for 2 of us and we did not have a guide or the audio to explain each exhibit) when the site said it was 6€ each. The place has some interesting things, but a lot of it is empty or closed off...More
I make a point of visiting the natural history museums wherever I go. Small ones can be surprising like in Maputo Mozambique, and big ones can be disappointing, like this one
Generally I like both the new approach and the old collections. I don;t mind...More