THE PUBLIC CAN VISIT THE SOUTHERN CANTILEVER OF THE MUSEU DE LES CIÈNCIES

May 29, 2020

- This is the first time that access to this area is open to the public, who can enjoy spectacular views - Visits are made in small groups of 15 people 
Panorámica del voladizo sur del Museu de les Ciències

The terrace outside the Museu de les Ciències can be visited by the public beginning this Monday, 1 June, with the reopening of this space in the Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències. Access to the terrace will be made in small groups of 15 people from the third floor of the Museu.


This is the southern cantilever, the highest one and the one that looks out toward the Umbracle, from which spectacular panoramic views of the whole complex can be enjoyed, from the Hemisfèric, the Palau de les Arts, the Ágora and the lake area, in addition to the former riverbed of the Turia and the city.


Next Monday, 1 June, the Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències will reopen the Museu de les Ciències and the Hemisfèric to the public. The facilities have been adapted to guarantee the safety of visitors and personnel with hygiene measures, protective barriers and signage for social distancing.


Until 14 June, the entrance to both spaces will be free and can be reserved online so that visitors arrive with tickets in hand, thereby avoiding agglomerations and unnecessary waits.