We returned here after missing a few years and were pleasantly surprised to discover many new exhibits in addition to some old favourites (such as lifting a car with a lever).
Our young family members are now in their late teens so we were concerned that they might be bored, but there's enough to do at any level here, and there are some quite serious challenges to try out. We spent 3 hours and still didn't try out everything that was available.
I don't agree that the exhibits aren't English-friendly. Most have some explanation in English, although many of the important display boards are in Spanish only.
This isn't a museum for people who want computerised interactive demonstrations (although there are some of those!). It's a practical, hands-on science museum, with opportunities to learn about space, the environment, and physics.
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