Its surface area of 42.000m2 allows you to have an interactive experience that aims to bring science and technology closer to the layman in an amusing and pleasant way. Its motto is "Forbidden not to touch, not to feel, and not to think".
We will then make our way to the Calle Mayor, from where we will appreciate the impressive and elegant architectural structure of Santiago Calatrava better than from any other part of the Museum. Over its huge expanse of glass hangs a Foucault's Pendulum, one of the great inventions of science, which demonstrates that the Earth revolves on its own axis.
But this is not the only ingenious element that can be contemplated in this area; we will also see an artistic representation of the DNA molecule, 15 metres high, and three flying machines, Leonardo's model, a real Mirage III, and a replica of the first aeroplane that managed to fly in Spain.