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Parque Bicentenario Guanajuato

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Marcusunderwater wrote a review May 2017
Asperg, Germany249 contributions16 helpful votes
Access from larking lot is uphill, but once in the park, you'll find great, stroller/wheelchair friendly facilities. Staff is very friendly, and the exhibits are very well made.
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Date of experience: May 2017
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Patricia T wrote a review Jan 2017
Houston, Texas9 contributions3 helpful votes
I went to the Parque Bicentenario on a saturday. It is quite large with several areas. It has a children's sport area with hitting cages and basketball courts, an "extreme park" with a mini zip line. The rest of the park has several museum exhibits. One is devoted to climate change and evolution, one to the Mexican Revolution. The park was virtually empty but absolutely fabulous. The exhibits are extremely well done. My Spanish is poor but I still thoroughly enjoyed it. I spent 4 hours there and enjoyed every second
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Date of experience: December 2016
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Maico Emanuel F wrote a review May 2016
45 contributions14 helpful votes
it's a big place where you can spend a lot of time learning and knowing great stuff about Mexico and science, but it's kind tricky to get there, the best choice is to go with a local or in a bus... wendsday the entry it's free!
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Date of experience: February 2016
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Traveler377 wrote a review Jan 2015
Guadalajara, Mexico40 contributions57 helpful votes
The park is overall well organized and has a lot of different attractions. For the main exhibits, such has the Titanic exhibition that was going on when I went, you need to wait in line for about 30 minutes, which is not pleasant to do under the sun. I recommend you arrive early (park opens at 10 am) and do this exhibitions first, because later they will be even more crowded. You can choose to do them with or without audio (no extra cost). If you've got time, it's better to do it with the audio explanation. It takes a complete day to visit the whole park, depending on what you're doing. The exhibition about the earth evolution is also very interesting. There are two food courts inside the part, the downside is that the sitting space is very limited, so you'll need to wait and be feisty if you want to get a table. They also sell beer.
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Date of experience: December 2014
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Barbarita5 wrote a review Jul 2014
Guanajuato, Mexico157 contributions46 helpful votes
I've only been here twice, but each time was enjoyable. We went yesterday to see the National Geographic's "50 Photos Which Changed the World," and were pleasantly surprised to also see an exhibit of alebrijes (hard carved and painted figures, mostly from Oaxaca). The first time I went we saw the exhibition about climate change, which was excellent. My only complaint is that this places is hard to get to by public transportation.
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Date of experience: July 2014
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