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Faye G wrote a review Jul 2020
Brea, California467 contributions114 helpful votes
We loved this experience. Fun to stand on the Equator Line. We balanced the egg, walked the line, and visited all the exhibits. We loved learning about the early life in Ecuador.
Date of experience: February 2020
The Weak Knee Traveler wrote a review Jun 2020
Singapore, Singapore9,918 contributions435 helpful votes
This is not your usual museum which could be boring at times. They are experimental activities here for visitors to participate, such as trying to walk with eyes closed, balancing an egg, etc. Had a really enjoyable time here.
Date of experience: September 2019
Claudia L wrote a review Apr 2020
8 contributions1 helpful vote
This museum is beautiful and very cheap. You have to be very careful when you search for "La Mitad del Mundo" you will get the very touristic place with the big monument but this museum has a Mitad del mundo line and it much better.
Date of experience: January 2020
Sylvie L wrote a review Apr 2020
Toronto, Canada36 contributions4 helpful votes
Guided tour was awesome! Very knowledgeable guide in French for us which was great! Tons of info. Quick pace. Experiments and demonstrations are what we had come for! My son was able to keep the egg on the nail 4 times and got a certificate. You can get a stamp to prove that you have been at the middle of the world! Many historical facts, info about life of the natives. We had tons of fun! For adults and definitely children will have fun! There is a living crater just close by that you can drive to.. It's free! We did not go to the official middle of the world. We stopped and walked up as far as we could and took a picture of the monument.…
Date of experience: July 2019
dragonphoe18 wrote a review Mar 2020
London, United Kingdom205 contributions82 helpful votes
If you go to Mitad del Mundo then be sure to pop 'around the corner' and come here and learn some new things. Something for all the family, you get a guided tour with some history, culture and some 'games' to show what it means to be on the Equatorial line and the difference only 3 yards away from it. If you are on a tight budget then come here instead of Mitad del Mundo, since you can get the info of the history etc. online but you do not get the experience of the 'exhibits' at Intinan without visiting.…
Date of experience: March 2020