9. Valencia: Principe Felipe Science Museum Entry Ticket
Learn about science and space in an interactive, informative and entertaining way with full-day admission to the Principe Felipe Science Museum in Valencia’s ground-breaking City of Arts and Sciences. The building was designed by Santiago Calatrava in the form of a whale’s skeleton and is designed to bring science and technology closer to the public in an amusing way. Its motto is, "Forbidden not to touch, not to feel, and not to think." Among the exhibitions you are invited to touch, feel and think about are the Electricity Theatre. In front of an auditorium, with seating for up to 50 people, your hair will literally stand on end as a slightly crazy inventor demonstrates the physical principles of electricity. Explore more than 40,000 square meters of the Principe Felipe Science Museum’s galleries, and learn more about concepts such as climate change, surveillance technology and biometrics, all in easy-to-understand language. From October 6th to March 10th, 2024, discover the World of Pixar with "The Science Behind Pixar" exhibition. Immerse yourself in the Pixar Universe, an exhibition spanning over a thousand square meters that showcases the creative process bringing to life the most famous characters in the history of computer animation, such as Buzz Lightyear, Dory, Mike, or Sully.The visit begins with a video describing how an idea can evolve into a film, unveiling the production process of this incredible industry. Additionally, the exhibit reviews the major technical and artistic milestones of Pixar, a pioneering company in computer animation, and analyzes the three key aspects in the development of movies: characters, worlds, and stories. The exhibition is divided into eight sections, each focusing on a step of the cinematic process to turn an idea into a film: modeling, rigging, surfaces, sets, cameras, animation, simulation, lighting and rendering.