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Casa de Las Ciencias

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Logroño historic&cultural guided walking tour
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Logroño historic&cultural guided walking tour

First of all we will see the walls of the Revellín, the remains of the medieval fortifications that rose in Logroño, of which only the west gate is preserved. Next, we will go to the Parliament, which is currently located in what was the Convent of Mercy.<br><br>Then, we will see the exterior of the church of Santiago el Real, as well as the facades of Santa María de Palacio and San Bartolomé. In addition, we will stop in front of the most important temple in the city: the co-cathedral of Santa María de la Redonda.<br><br>Later, we will reveal the relationship of the city with the Camino de Santiago. We will also approach the Market Square and outside the Museum of La Rioja, an 18th-century palace.<br><br>We will finish the guided tour of Logroño on the famous Laurel Street, the favorite corner of locals.
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Romaine in Spain wrote a review Aug 2018
Logrono, Spain325 contributions40 helpful votes
If you are visiting Logroño and have kids under 12 then this would be an okay place to go. About an 1 hour visit with some hands on things to do outside the museum. You can't argue for free!
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Date of experience: August 2018
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JudyBArt wrote a review Oct 2017
Brisbane, Australia28 contributions5 helpful votes
I Thought the old abattoir building had been renovated beautifully for the purpose, but while the exhibits were interesting to families and young children, they were not so much to we seniors. It was a lovely walk along the river and over the bridges, and the sound and play park outside the museum could be fun for littlies.
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Date of experience: October 2017
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Ruth H wrote a review Jun 2017
County Cork, Ireland35 contributions10 helpful votes
We were so disappointed cause we cycled there especially. It was closed. No signs were up to inform us of opening times. It looked barricaded up.
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Date of experience: June 2017
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mika g wrote a review Nov 2016
14 contributions7 helpful votes
Situated across the river but still close to the center, the Casa de Las Ciencias is worth a stop if you're looking for something to do outside the main focus of Logroño, which would be wine (and maybe tapas, as well). It's a nice walk across de Puente de Hierro, and worth going to even just to see the views from the other side of the river. The best part - it's free. The downside - when I went, there were only 2 open attractions (one on spiders and another on the science behind children's fairytales). A nice thing to take notice of are the interactive exhibits outside as well. Museum staff were all very helpful and accomodating.
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Date of experience: October 2016
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Paula B wrote a review Oct 2015
46 contributions16 helpful votes
I decided to take my ever hungry for knowledge niece there, and although I did not have high expectations of the place, I was astonished at how terrible it is! There's absolutely nothing to see, do or learn. It's boring and poorly designed. Staff hang around joking and laughing loudly amongst each other with nothing to do, with no interest in the visitors whatsoever. Honestly, don't waste your time!
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Date of experience: July 2015
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