Universum, Museo de las Ciencias

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Universum, Museo de las Ciencias

Universum, Science Museum of the National Autonomous University of Mexico, is an interactive science museum, which seeks to raise interest in science among children, teenagers, and young adults through workshops and games specially designed for every age.

The permanent exhibits, housed on three floors, include: Structure of Matter; the Parákata Butterfly Exhibit with live butterflies; the Patli exhibit on medicinal plants; Biodiversity Hall; Mathematics Hall; Golem unit on artificial intelligence featuring a Golem robot created for interaction with children; Reduce, Reuse, Recycle; The Brain; Chemistry in Everything; The Universe exhibit with a real moon rocks donated by NASA; Window of Euclid; Our City; Evolution, Life, and Time; Population; Health and Sexuality with various interactive displays; and José de la Herrán Planetarium.


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Circuito Centro Cultural 20
Mexico City, Mexico
01 55 5622 7260

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