An interactive museum in Granada of 70.000 m2 where you can see a varied selection of culture and science. This is one of Europe's largest museums in this sector. The museum was opened in May of 1995 and is about 15 minutes walking distance from the historical center of Granada. You can also reach it easily from the motorway or by public transport.
The museum comprises of various parts such as:
botanical garden, mental gymnastics, astronomy garden, dynamic sculptures, Marie Curi square.
The Granada science museum is a Project that was realized in cooperation with the Junta de Andalucia, Granada Townhall, Council of the province of Granada, the university of Granada, foundation of the bank of Granada, the Council of scientific research and the foundation of the Caja Rural of Granada.
Tuesdays to Saturdays from 10.00 to 19.00
Sundays, holidays and the Mondays before holidays from 10.00 to 15.00
Closed on: January 1st, May 1st, December 25th and every Monday (with the exception of holidays and Mondays before holidays)
Planetarium: To be confirmed at the ticket desk, they have about 1 show per hour.
General Museum: 6.50€/pp. and Planetarium 2.50 €/pp.
Lowered tariff Museum : 5.50€/pp. and Planetarium 2.00€/pp.
Schools Museum: 5.00€/pp. and Planetarium 2.00€/pp.
Lowered tariff: only for 65 years of age or over, children up to 18 years of age and groups of more than 15 heads.
Source prices and opening hours: official website del parque de las ciencias
Location: Avda. de la Ciencia s/n. 18006, Granada
On foot: about 15 minute walk from the historical center, walk past the river "Rio Genil" towards the "El Palacio de los Congresos".
By car: the ringroad from Jaén, exit 131. From Motril, exit 13.
Tourist bus and bus: bus lines 1 and 5 (directly to the museum), 4, 10, 11 and 21 (Plza. de las Américas), 22 (Jardín de la Reina).
GPS coordinates: 37'16231° N 3'60374° W
For Reservations and further information please call the "Parque de las ciencias de Granada": (0034) 958 131900
Visit our online travel guide with tourist information about the Torrox and Nerja areas.