Satisfy your scientific curiosities with a visit to Gran Canaria’s Elder Museum of Science and Technology. Located in a 19th-century shipping warehouse in harbor-side Parque Santa Catalina, the museum and its four levels are now packed with modern-day interactive and didactic marvels that bridge the gap between science and people.
The museum features a variety of themed areas ranging from math to
physics, art, biology and engineering. In doing so, it allows visitors multi-
sensory experiences via highlights such as a flight simulator, planetarium, 3D movie theater, and robotic-arm-driven Robocoaster ride, among many other engaging activities. From the replica of a space station to the thermal imaging exhibit, there’s discovery to be had around every corner here.
While the museum does not have a café or restaurant, you are permitted to enter and exit the premises throughout the day by using your ticket. The
museum is closed on Mondays.