Since Watson and Crick discovered the structure of DNA in the fifties, biology and genetics have made giant leaps in only a few decades.
Low level. We can all speak from any distance using mobile phone, but could you talk to a friend 50 meters away using... a building? In the Science Museum we will show that you can do it.Read more
First floor. An exhibition that explains the history and development of the bicycle through display boards and reproductions of the different types of this means of transport.Read more
The Ant's Nest
First floor- Ants account for 10% of the animal world's total mass. In proportion ti their body, they have the biggest brain of all animals and they can lift fifty times their own weight. They're Ants.Read more
The Electricity Theatre
Through a series of amazing experiments, this animation, included in the Museum’s ticket, pays tribute to electricity and electrostaticsRead more
L'Espai dels Xiquets. The Kiddies Corner- First floor
"L'Espai dels Xiquets" (The Kiddies Corner) is an area dedicated exclusively to children from the age of 3 up to 8 years old. They can play and experiment on the senses, the water and the animals and even they construct an unfinished house, always accompanied by specialized monitors.
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First floor. An artistical representation renders homage to the molecule of life, the DNARead more
First floor. In the First Floor of the Science Museum, a pendulum hanging from the very top of the buildings eaves, with a circular base of moving parts, sets out to demonstrate that the earth rotates around its own axis.Read more
The legacy of Science: Severo Ochoa (1905-1993) -Second floor
Second floor- A journey through the life of Severo Ochoa, Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine in 1959 for his discoveries about the decoding of deoxyribonucleic acid (RNA).Read more
The Legacy of Science: Ramón y Cajal (1852-1934)
Second floor- The exhibition narrates the life and work of Ramon y Cajal, one of the most important researchers of all time both nationally and internationally. In 1906 he received the Nobel Prize for his work on the structure of the nervous system.Read more
The legacy of Science: Jean Dausset
Second floor- His discovery of the HLA system meant the award of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1980 with Baruj Benacerraf and George D. Sneill. In May 24th, 2000, he donated his scientific legacy to the Museu de les Ciències.Read more
Santiago Grisolía Exhibition- Second floor
This exhibition shows his accomplishments and the awards and honours he received throughout his long scientific career, being donated to the Valencia City Council on January 16th, 2013. At the express wish of Professor Grisolía, these will be exhibited in the Science Museum, along with those of his teacher and Master Severo Ochoa.Read more
Third floor. An stroll to the International Space Station.
TEMPORARILY CLOSED ACTIVITY TO MINIMIZE THE CONTACT BETWEEN VISITORSRead more
Third floor. Since Watson and Crick discovered the structure of DNA in the fifties, biology and genetics have made giant leaps in only a few decades.Read more
Third floor. Exhibition formed by several flying machines of the history of the manRead more