Expositions, activities and collections a fun way to discover science

Madrid Museum of Natural Science offers you a fun way to discover sciences, children love to walk through exposition, collections, animals and experiences.  From my point of view is an excellent way to amused your children in a rainy day in Madrid, don’t get me wrong, is also a great experience in a sunny day, but I personally prefer outdoors activity when you have great weather.

You will find several permanent expositions on biodiversity, minerals, human evolution, civilizations, etc.

There are also ephemeral expositions, you will find out the day of your visit. Sometimes ephemeral exposition they are not included in the regular ticket price, you can ask to be sure. In this moment, you have “Oceans, the last wild territory”.

Opening hours:

– Tuesday through Friday from 10:00 to 17:00

– Saturday, Sunday and bank holidays from 10:00 to 20:00, except on August that opens from 10:00 to 15:00.

Monday is always closed except on bank holidays.

There are 4 bank holidays dates in which the museum is also closed, the 1st and 6th of January, 1st of May and the 25th of December.

Here after a link to the Museum of Natural Science , sorry in Spanish…

The prices:

Adults, regular ticket, 6€ entry ticket + Oceans exposition, 9,50€

Children (4 to 16 years old), regular ticket 3€, regular ticket + Oceans expo, 5,5€

If you want to buy online tickets here after you have the link in English this time 😉

How to get there, the Museum address is C/ José Gutiérrez Abascal, 2 Madrid. You can go by bus, the lines (7, 12, 14, 27, 40, 45, 147 y 150) stops in front of the museum.

The subway also reach the museum, the closer stops are: “Gregorio Marañon” (L7 orange, L10 bleu), “Nuevos Ministerios” (L6 grey, L8 rose, L10 bleu), “Republica Argentina” (L6 grey) and “Rio Rosas” (L1 clear bleu).

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