The City of Arts and Sciences is giving out fun and entertainment this Christmas

Dec 10, 2010

The complex is promoting its “Annual Pass” in the Colón Market on 11th, 12th, 18th, and 19th December
The City of Arts and Sciences is launching publicity activity tomorrow 11th December and on 12th, 18th and 19th December in the Colón market to publicise the advantages provided by the Annual Pass, which is a pass valid all year for unlimited entry to each of the complex’s buildings.

The people who visit the Colón market over these two weekends can enjoy a show where a remote controlled robot called Robit talks with children and dances with three Break Dancing androids and two fish-men, all against a video backdrop. There will be three sessions on Saturdays at 1.00 p.m., 6.30 p.m. and 8.30 p.m., and on Sundays at 1pm, 5.30pm and 6.30pm.

As well as discovering what’s on at the City of Arts and Sciences this Christmas, including new interactive exhibits and IMAX films like "Zero Gravity" and "Hubble. Exploring the Universe”, visitors will also have the chance to acquire an Annual Pass in the form of a Gift Pass with a 10 % discount and to get fish-man masks that they can exchange on 9th January in the CAC Club ticket office in return for a 10 % discount on purchasing any kind of Annual Pass.

The Annual Pass provides a great many advantages compared to the price that two visits would cost. Besides being able to enter the City of Arts and Sciences when they like, members can benefit from free access to temporary exhibitions, films and special events, avoiding the queues, and take advantage of discounts in shops, restaurants and parking, as well as enjoying different offers agreed to with other museums, leisure parks and companies, among many other benefits.

Towards the end of last June, around 3,500 people belonging to the City of Arts and Sciences Club took part in "Members’ Day" in the Oceanogràfic (aquarium). During this special day, the Annual Pass members toured the different tanks and had the chance to do different activities such as educational workshops for children, face painting, balloon twisting, and seeing dolphin shows, special films in the Red Sea Auditorium and educational talks, among other activities.