Parque Explora Medellin
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Medellin's largest science and technology museum.
The Explora park besides of having more than 20 national recognitions, it also has international recognitions such as:
Colombian Nationals: 37mil (Colombian Resident)
Colombian Family National: 136mil (For Family of 4, Resident)
International Visitor (Non Colombian): 42mil
International Visitor Family: 150mil (Family of 4)
Kids Under 3yrs old Are Free
Tuesday to Friday: 8:30am to 5:30pm
Weekend & Holidays: 10am to 6:30pm
The museum is close on Mondays and if its public holiday,
then it’s close to following Tuesday.
Travel Tips / FYI
Make sure you have enough time to visit the park, each room will have interactive experiences that you will want to try, there’s a lot standing and walking, so be sure to wear comfortable shoes and clothing expect to spend about 2hours in Parque Explora. It’s a good opportunity to explore the places around Parque Explora, like Parque de los Desires (Desire Park), Jardine Botanico and Planetario Medellin.
Getting There & Parking
Metro: The best and easiest way of getting to Parque Explora by metro.
Take the Linea A of the metro towards “Niquia” get off at Universidad metro station, just follow the directions inside the station, Explora is just outside the metro station.
Taxi / Uber: is also a good option; prices from Poblado are roughly around 18,000 COP