Scheduled visits, with children and / or adults, guided tours ...
At the City of Arts and Sciences you have a choice to visit the precinct with a number of Combined tickets:
Little ones have different recreational choices at the City of Arts and Sciences. At the Museum's "Children's Area (l'Espai dels xiquets)" visitors experiment with their senses, water, the animal world, and they build their own home; all this without any extra costs to the Museum ticket. It is a dedicated area, exclusively for children aged 3-8, where they can play and experiment under supervision by specialised instructors. It is completed by nearby exhibition modul: "Welcome to life" is a macro-incubator in which chicks come out of their eggs every 10 minutes.
At the Oceanographic Park, children can see the species in the aquariums and the dolphins at the largest Dolphinarium in Europe. The exhibitions are equipped with explanatory panels which describe to children, in their own language and handwriting, the ecosystems displayed and their dwellers. Among other proposals, Mediterranean, allows children to really feel the waves at the wave breaker: children enter the aquarium through a tunnel protected by an acrylic bell. They can see for themselves how waves break and feel the water hitting the rocky cliffs and the strong turbulence. And the youngest children will love "Animalia Passport"a guided tour to learn about dolphins and sea lions, or the activity "Sleeping with Sharks"
And, at the Umbracle, they will be able to enjoy Garden of Astronomy a open-access area within the Umbracle that complements other astronomy-related elements and activities of the City of Arts and Sciences. By means of models, interpretive panels and hands-on, interactive astronomical instruments, the City of Arts and Sciences presents the basic principles of astronomy, familiar to scientists since antiquity.
Would you like to visit the City of Arts and Sciences as many times of as you want? Or visit some of its areas: the Science Museum and the Hemispheric Cinema, or the Oceanographic Park? The club ticket to the City of Arts and Sciences opens the door to a unique place.