Address: Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias, Avenida del Profesor López Piñero, 7, 46013 Valencia, Spain
The museum is part of the stunning City of Arts and Sciences complex in Valencia's heart.
Closest Landmark: The City of Arts and Sciences, right next to the museum.
By Bus: Take the Number 19 bus from Plaza del Ayuntamiento (right side of the square, facing Estacio Nord station) or the Number 95 bus from Calle Pintor Lopez (opposite side of the road from the riverbed, near Plaza del Virgen).
By Metro: Take the Green Line (L5) from Xativa (outside Estacio del Nord train station) to Alameda metro station.
By Bicycle: Valencia has a bike-friendly infrastructure. You can rent bikes from various points in the city and cycle to the museum.
If you prefer to travel by car, you can reach the Principe Felipe Science Museum by following the route along Av. de Jacinto Benavente from Valencia, Spain. The journey typically takes around 15 minutes, covering a distance of approximately 7 kilometres. This option provides the convenience of a shorter travel time, allowing you to access the museum easily.
Here are some nearby parking facilities:
You can book tickets online in advance or purchase them at the museum's ticket counters. Booking online is recommended for a hassle-free, seamless experience.
The museum is generally open from 10 AM to 7 PM from Monday to Sunday. However, during the high season, from 24 June to 10 September, the museum operates daily from 10 AM to 9 PM.
Weekdays, especially Tuesday to Thursday, and mornings are less crowded. Winter months are also less busy.
Plan for at least 2 to 3 hours to explore the main exhibits, but you can spend more time if you want a detailed experience.
It's located at Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias, Avenida del Profesor López Piñero, 7, 46013 Valencia, Spain.
The easiest way is by taking the Green Line (L5) from Xativa (outside Estacio del Nord train station) to Alameda metro station or by using multiple bus lines that connect to the City of Arts and Sciences. Taxis and bicycles are also convenient options.
It is wheelchair accessible, with ramps, elevators, and accessible restrooms.
The museum offers priority access, reserved parking, assistive devices, and more for visitors with disabilities.
There is no specific dress code, but comfortable attire and shoes are recommended for museum exploration.
Prams are allowed, and you can borrow them from the Help Desk.
Photography for personal use is generally allowed, but flash photography, tripods, and selfie sticks are prohibited in certain areas or during special exhibitions.
Yes, there is a cloakroom where you can securely store your belongings.
Yes, visitors can use strollers as well as wheelchairs. The availability is on a first-come, first-served basis.
Outside food and beverages are prohibited, but on-site cafes and restaurants are available.