In Granada we have an enclosure of more than 70,000 square meters ideal for science lovers and, despite not being the best known place in Granada, it is the most visited museum in Andalusia.
It was inaugurated in 1995 and is today an international reference center for scientific dissemination. And little by little it is becoming a benchmark for tourism in the city, being one of the most interesting places to see in Granada.
Here we are going to talk about what to see in the Granada Science Park.
What to do in the Granada Science Park
The Science Park is made up of various buildings and pavilions where you can enjoy and discover everything that surrounds us and give it a scientific explanation.
One of these buildings is the Macroscope Building made up of different pavilions that will lead us to discover the human body, the technological and scientific legacy that Al-Andalus left us, the risks of work and daily life, new technologies and finally another pavilion that tries to bring science closer to children in a space dedicated to them, being the favorite for them.
Another of the buildings that we can visit in the Granada Science Park is the Foucault Pendulum Building, with rooms dedicated to physics, medicine, the senses, the biosphere and astronomy. Not to be missed either are the planetarium or the explora room, also dedicated to the youngest members of the family.
But the enclosure is not only made up of these closed spaces but we can also enjoy its exteriors, which by themselves form a true open-air museum. Here we can enjoy the Observation Tower, with which to have good views thanks to its 37 meters high.
But we also have a botanical route, the Mental Gymnastics Tent, the Butterfly Garden or the Raptors in Flight Workshop.
In short, it is both a recreational and educational venue that has nothing to envy to the most famous museum of its kind, the City of Arts and Sciences in Valencia.
You can find more information on the official website of the Granada Science Park.