CosmoCaixa – Barcelona

Carrer d'Isaac Newton, 26, Barcelona
Catalunya, Spain
Phone: + 34 93 212 60 50
Website: https://obrasociallacaixa.org/en/ciencia
closed on: Mondays, Christmas, New Year's Eve, Epiphany
Museum Type: Science & Technology

The CosmoCaixa Barcelona is a large science museum located at the foot of the Tibidabo hill; it is part of the Obra Social “La Caixa”, network of cultural venues.

Re-opened in 2004 after a major renovation of its fascinating core building – designed in 1904 by modernist architect Josep Domènech i Estapà – and  the realisation of a new building designed by Terrada architects, the CosmoCaixa is a science center particularly addressed to families and children, but also interesting for all.

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COSMOCAIXA, exterior view

CosmoCaixa presents a permanent exhibition divided into nine sections; Geological Wall is dedicated to geology; Amazon Flooded Forest is focused on life forms and biodiversity; Hall of Matter, on a surface of 3,500 square meters,  depicts the history of matter from the Big-Bang onwards; 3D Planetarium is dedicated to astronomy; Science Square is a 5,000 square meters open-air space provided with interactive displays and installations; Flash/Click is a space where young children can experience science through a series of hands-on exhibits; Bubble Planetarium is a planetarium especially addressed to children from 3 to 8 years old; Touch Touch! is a space dedicated to life in different habitats: forest, desert and the sea; Meteorological Station is dedicated to atmosphere and meteorology.


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COSMOCAIXA, view of the spiral ramp, photo Jordi Payà

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COSMOCAIXA, photo Wojtek Gurak

CosmoCaixa Barcelona also provides a broad offer of temporary science exhibitions, workshops, conferences and educational programs. At the center, a shop and a restaurant/café are available to the visitors. The CosmoCaixa is fully accessible to people with reduced mobility

 bottom and cover-image: COSMOCAIXA, exterior view, photo Mark Huguet

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