Please if travel with kids, take them to here! Beatifull science experience, learning and fun. Also the surrondings full of garden and Tagus river view!
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This was a great place to visit on a drizzly day in Lisbon. There were numerous experiments and attractions to interest young people and their parents, all coloufully and imagitively set out..
I would say only 80% of the exhibits actually made much scientific sense. Over half of the museum seemed to be geared to kids younger than 7? Overall it was very average, but my kids did like the crafts part at the end, but even...More
We took our children here, there were lots of hands-on activities. It was very busy with school groups which did make it slightly more difficult to do some of the activities. Overall though very good and the staff were enthusiastic and helpful.
Went mainly for my 3 year old daughter, but both me and wife ended up having as much fun. The museum is really interactive and open plan, with lots to get involved in and easy to navigate. The kids room was a welcome distraction for...More
Good location in Parque Des Nacoes area, where are lots of see and do, from Oceanario to Telecabine(sightseeing Gondola Lift). Interactive two storey Science Museum, mainly for kids, but many things to get adults interesting too. Bike on a high wire, giant soap bubbles, "hurricane"...More
The Pavilion of Knowledge or Ciencia Viva is a great museum dedicated to the science and technology. This is another building constructed for the Expo 98 exhibition and it is especially interesting for children and students, because most of its exhibits are interactive and funny...More