The Science Museum is a Spanish museum dedicated to science, technology and the environment located in the complex of the City of Arts and Sciences of the city of Valencia, Spain.
Nowadays the City of Arts Sciences Complex has become an icon of Modern Valencia that offers a futuristic image of the city.
Visiting this complex of the City of Arts and Sciences is a must in Valencia. Designed by the Valencian architect Santiago Calatrava, it is composed by several constructions that have become an emblem of the city. C.A.C., is a scientific and cultural leisure complex that occupies what was once the old Túria riverbed. The Science Museum, also called the Prince Felipe Museum, has, in addition to the museum facility itself, a large interior space ideal for holding large-scale events. The configuration of its structure and the night lighting of the scenery, make it a unique and exclusive space worldwide.