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Mirador Interactive Museum (Museo Interactivo Mirador)
Mirador Interactive Museum (Museo Interactivo Mirador)

Mirador Interactive Museum (Museo Interactivo Mirador)

Av. Punta Arenas 6711, La Granja, Santiago

The Basics

The options for exploring Museo Interactivo Mirador seem endless: play a tune on the giant piano, make enormous bubbles in the Fluidos exhibit, wander through the science tunnel, or catch a show in the planetarium. Visitors looking for an even more hands-on experience can take a workshop, watch a demonstration, or just hang out at the outdoor playground. To save time at the entrance, book your ticket online in advance.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • Museo Interactivo Mirador is ideal for families with young children.

  • Relax and refuel at the on-site cafés and food trucks.

  • Visitors must register to guarantee access to temporary workshops, the 3D cinema, and the Earthquake House.

  • The museum is accessible to—and lends out—wheelchairs and strollers.

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How to Get There

Located in Santiago’s La Granja commune, Museo Interactivo Mirador is close to some public transit routes. Take the metro’s green line to the Mirador station, then walk or take a taxi or bus to the museum, eight blocks away. If you’re driving, on-site parking is free.

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When to Get There

The museum is typically open Tuesday through Sunday from 9:30am to 6:30pm. The ticket office closes at 5:30pm. During the winter holidays, the museum is also open on Monday. To make the most of your visit, arrive early and spend the day there. For fewer crowds, avoid going during school holidays.

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Family-Friendly Santiago

For those traveling with children, Santiago has plenty more family-friendly attractions on offer. Marvel over replicas of famous artworks at Museo Artequin. Or, get outdoors: Cerro San Cristobal and Cerro Santa Lucia both promise sweeping views of the city, while Parque Bicentenario has playgrounds, free deck chairs, and even a flamingo-filled pond.

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