The Science and Water Museum opened in 1996, with the aim of  promoting and popularizing science in a fun and interactive way for all audiences (children and adults), which contributes to the popularization of scientific knowledge and method. Furthermore, the museum also has a global and interdisciplinary nature with the participation in the common goal of other nationals museums and with the principles of “learning and having fun” or “learning interactively”.

The museum has four spaces:

Temporary Hall

A hall for temporary exhibitions for the dissemination of current scientific topics, allowing visitors to regularly enjoy new content. Paleontology and Mineralogy, Volcanology, Mathematics, Aquariology, Geography, Optics, Entomology, Medicine, Music and Astronomy have been some of the disciplines examined, always looking for new ways to explain different topics, with interactive materials and the use of new technologies.


Water Hall

Water is the most familiar chemical substance to us and is also present in our daily lives being indispensable for the life of all living beings.

In the Water Hall you can discover the relationship of water with different scientific disciplines in a fun way, and the importance of responsible use of water resources. All of this through over forty interactive modules, aquariums and terrariums comprising four different areas identified by colours:

  • Water and Science
  • Water and Life
  • Water and Geography
  • Water and Uses

Discover and Imagine Hall

This hall is dedicated to children aged between 3 and 7 years. Its main objective is to work and stimulate the senses, allowing children to learn how to relate each of it with different parts of the body. The children also have the possibility of meeting other living things such as fish, amphibians, reptiles … With the help of monitors, these young scientists observe and learn the different characteristics of their habitats.



From September 1st to June 15th:

Tuesday – Friday: 18 h.
Saturday 12 h and 18 h.
Sunday at 12 h.

From 16th June to 31th July:

Monday to Friday at 18 h.


12 h and 18 h


The Planetarium has a multimedia system with a full dome digital projector. Some educational videos are projected as well as a simulated and realistic night sky from the Earth and other planets latitudes.

The sessions are always guided by a qualified monitor and are participatory and adapted to the characteristics and interests of the public, with real-time projection of different videos and animations to help illustrate various astronomical phenomena.


Planetarium (general public and children from 8 years):

From September 1st to June 15th:

Tuesday – Friday: 18 h.

Saturday 13 h and 18 h.

Sunday at 13 h.

From 16th June to 31th August:

Monday – Friday at 13 h and 19 h.

Children’s Planetarium (recommended for children 5 to 8 years*):

From September 1st to June 15th:

Sunday at 12 h.

From 16th June to 31th August:

Friday at 12 h.

*All children must be accompanied by an adult.


Museo de la Ciencia y el Agua
Plaza de la Ciencia 1, 30002 Murcia-España

Phone: +34 968 211 998




From 1st September to 15th June:

Tuesday – Saturday from 10 to 14 and 16.30 to 19 h.

Sundays and holidays from 11 to 14 h.

Closed on Monday.


From 16th June to 31th August:

Monday – Friday from 10 to 14 and 17 to 20 h.

Saturdays, Sundays and holidays closed.


Entrance Fee

Museum: General 1.50€ / Children and groups 1€.

Planetarium: 1€.