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Worth going to on the same day as you visit the aquarium but you will need to spend most of your time in the latter where there is lots going on. Leave yourselves plenty of time to do both (and take your packed lunch to enjoy in the surrounding parks and restful areas. Impressive architecture and really nice just to walk around the area. A welcome respite from the hustle and bustle of central Valencia.
We've ridden our bicycles from our apartment in the Centro Historic, through Parque Turia to the Museu de les Ciències Príncipe Felipe twice now. It's better to arrive when it opens - not because it's especially crowded (the place is huge) but because if you ride or walk to the location, you're so wiped from the heat, it's hard to last through the entire exhibit. This is a highly interactive, family-friendly venue with so much to see and do. If you don't live near the Mediterranean, the exhibit Mediterraneo is fascinating. We love this place and the building is beautiful. Bring your lunch - the cafes aren't that great.
Bus 35 can take you from the city to this City of Arts & Sciences. The ticket can be bought from the bus driver for 1.50 euros per trip. The bus will stop near the City of Arts & Sciences, and you only need to cross the streets. The bus stop of bus 35 to go back to the city is on the same side of the City of Arts & Sciences.
The architecture was very fun and interesting to see, we didn’t have time for the Aquarium, but the Harry Potter exhibit in the science museum was quite fun! The science museum itself was not quite what we expected (wasn’t that interesting).
Excellent. You need 2-3 hours minimum for the museum so I wouldn't book the extra trips which they bundle. Parking on the street is for a maximum of two hours €1.50. Better to park in the museum for €6 all day but it can be hard to find.
Very interesting but you can only do one floor per day. The only thing that is missing there is some air condition. It was so hot in the building when the outside temperature was 28 degrees (in May). I can't imagine what it's like in summer.