Principe Felipe Science Museum is a reference point for interactive science and one of the most visited destinations in the country. It is the best 21st-century science museum to learn about life, science, and technology in a didactic, interactive, and entertaining way. The spectacular building designed by Santiago Calatrava contains over 26,000 square meters of exhibitions on current scientific and technical matters.
The main objective at the museum is to stimulate curiosity and critical thinking whilst at the same time to surprise and amuse the public.
The spectacular building designed by Santiago Calatrava contains over 26,000 square meters of exhibitions on current scientific and technical matters. Full interactivity is one of the museums' special features as confirmed by their famous motto: "Forbidden not to touch, not to feel, not to think". A huge variety of seasonal exhibitions and scientific activities of all kinds are offered to arouse the visitor’s curiosity about new technologies and scientific advancements, so as to generate a pleasant learning process through which visitors always decide where they would like to go and what they would like to know.
Live experience continues to be the most stimulating and entertaining way of acquiring scientific knowledge. For this reason, the museum also offers a complete program of scientific activities that encourages the participation of the public and its collaboration with the instructors.