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Rua Santa Teresa 1, 15002 La Coruna, Spain
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I visited here on a rainy day and not having a command of Spanish I felt somewhat lost.However having followed in the footsteps of other attendees I could work out some of the exhibits,Kids present really enjoyed it and admission is only €2 .One could...More

Thank Frances186605
Reviewed 24 November 2017

Good idea - an interactive museum about man, but bad performance. Many of the exibits don't function, the whole place seems badly maintained. Comparing it to some other similar musuem (CosmoCaixa in Barcelona, Science and Cosmos Museum in Tenerife), it is on quite a low...More

Thank TamVal
Reviewed 20 August 2017

Modern museum with lots of exhibits some interactive, although not sure if they all worked! Knowledge of Spanish essential....we guessed! But it was fun to go round and try things....good value tickets for Domus and Aquarium combined. Great for kids.

Thank L C
Reviewed 12 April 2017

This museum has a lot of fun and educational exhibits. This could be a great place to take children in order for them to learn about the human body. The minus (for tourists) is the lack of explanations in English.

Thank Renata K
Reviewed 12 November 2016

Interactive museum, with exhibits like a walk-through heart and early man, but all signs are in Spanish and French. Very inexpensive, so interesting to walk around.

Thank Elga K
Reviewed 21 December 2015

It is a very nice interactive museum. I learned a lot of interesting facts about DNA and the human spices in general.

Thank Estanislao_Bosch
Reviewed 21 September 2015

I had no idea of what to expect here apart from what I'd read in guide books but I was really pleasantly surprised. I, along with my (very!) adult friends arrived just as the place was opening up on a Sunday in September and virtually...More

2  Thank ready4offagain
Reviewed 1 September 2015

We decided to visit this museum from our cruise ship having already done the Hercules Tower & aquarium on previous trips.It was in a large concrete building-we felt the building looked a bit 1960s so were not sure what we would find inside..However we were...More

1  Thank Keppel
Reviewed 15 August 2015

Having visited this museum more than ten years ago, I took the opportunity of a visit to Coruña to see if it lived up to the fond memories I kept. Alas, it does not. We (two adults) arrived at about midday after quite a lot...More

1  Thank Diogo L
Reviewed 30 July 2015

This almost 30 years old "child" liked specially the interacting part of the exhibition. : ) I can imagine that this is fun place to visit for the children too. : ) The exhibition is mainly about human body. All the texts/explanations are in Spanish,...More

Thank Katariina A
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