The Science Park in Granada reopened on the 23rd of June after having been closed during the months that the Lock Down was in force.
The park is open from 10.00h to 19.00h from Monday to Saturday. On Sundays and bank holidays it is open from 10.00h to 15.00h only.
Apart from it’s theme displays, Tocar el Cielo (space exploration) or WOW (wonders of the wild) there are also two escape rooms and a birds of prey workshop, amongst other attractions.
This year is the 25th anniversary of the Science Park and to mark it they have the Pendulum Wave feature allowing visitors to explore harmonic movements. It comprises of 17 different pendulums that represents the colours of the Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible.
Access: the entrance is through Edif. Macroscopio (Avd. de la Ciencia, s/n). The separate entrance for Edif. Péndulo is closed.
You can obtain them at the door or if you prefer online using the following link.
Limitations imposed by Health Conditions
Maximum visitor capacity is 50% of its normal full capacity. Hand sanitisers gels are availabe at entrances to individual expositions. No group tours other than simple family units. Maintain safety distance (1.5m) and the use of masks is obligatory.
Readers can obtain more information by visiting the Park’s own website.
(News: Metropolitan Area, Granada, Andalucia)