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The Lagos Ciência Viva Science Centre is a place for science, fun and hands-on learning. Visitors of all ages are invited to participate in activities and interactive exhibitions that show how history, science and technology cross-cross in an...more
Hours Today: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Rua Doutor Faria e Silva 34, Lagos 8600-734, Portugal
All reviews interactive exhibits family ticket fish market couple of hours great for kids total bargain restaurant next door older children year olds two hours small museum all ages worth a visit submarine semaphore flags portuguese
We took our children of 9 and 6 years old and their grandparents to the science centre whilst in Lagos and spent a good couple of hours there. Whilst not being a large place, there was plenty to keep our children interested and lots of...More
Really worth a visit with children. Loads of interesting hands on exhibits. Great outdoor play area and only 12€ for a family ticket.
Quite a lot for older children to learn and understand.
There is no cafe on site but chairs for you to have...More
Brilliant little find and a just 7 euros for a family of 4, a total bargain for a rainy afternoon!!!
There are lots of interesting nautical facts to read and investigate, interactive displays for kids of all ages and very helpful and informative staff to...More
We stumbled upon the science centre as we were exploring the fresh fish market and "very interesting" elevator that our 4 year old wanted to ride up/ down, up/ down. The science displays were suitable for younger and older children, with lots of things to...More
We went here as a family having read previous reviews, and would recommend it for kids of all ages. Not a large museum but everything is interactive so it takes a good 1-2 hours to get round and only costs 7 Euros for a family....More
Maybe I never have really grown up, but I enjoyed this place, Very informative about the instruments sailors used to navigate, plus good stuff on communication. The gardens had some interesting displays. You may even get to navigate a submarine!
My boyfriend and I stumbled upon this center while exploring Lagos 2 years ago. We had great fun as we had the place to ourselves. The staff a lovely Portuguese man showed us around and even joined in playing the games with us which made...More