The Natural Science Museum
General Elio 1, (Jardines de Viveros) 46010 - València
TOURISTIC AREA: Historical center
It is a display of technology and knowledge, Europe's most important palaeontological collection of American mammals of the Pleistocene, a mollusc shell collection and an exhibition of Valencian ecosystems.
The museum has four different areas covering the Valencian contribution to Natural Sciences. The naturalistic tradition is presented as an essential component of Valencian culture from the Renaissance to the twentieth century. The paleontological exhibition takes us through the history of life and the different epochs of its development. Special emphasis is placed on the Valencian Community and the evolution of its eco-systems. The most important paleontological exhibition in this area, the legacy of J. Rodrigo Botet, consists of a fabulous display from the quaternary of South America. The most emblematic and representative exhibit in the museum is the magnificent 'Megaterio’.
- Business schedule
- Closing days: Monday
- Tuesday to Sunday and public holidays: 10am to 7pm.
- Mondays: CLOSED.
- Closed: 1 and 6 January, 1 May and 25 December.
Entry: €2, €1 (groups, students with a student ID card, OAPs, children under 13) and free on Sundays and public holidays.
- VTC discount Free
- Century XX
HOW TO GET THERE
Museo de Ciencias Naturales de Valencia, Jardines de Viveros, Calle General Elio, Valencia, España