Tin Marin Children's Museum, San Salvador

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#4 of 15 in Museums in El Salvador
Children’s Museum · Hidden Gem · Museum
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Geared toward kids and parents alike, Tin Marin Children's Museum, offers many activities combining fun and education. Discover colorful species at the butterfly garden, use your hands to paint a car, act in a play at the theater, or go to the library and read about what interests you. Moving on to other sections, learn about science, medicine, transportation, outer space, the human body, and more. Put Tin Marin Children's Museum at the forefront of your travel plans using our San Salvador trip maker tool.
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  • Great place, amazing price, tons of things to do from getting on and Airplane to painting a car... Loved it 
    Great place, amazing price, tons of things to do from getting on and Airplane to painting a car... Loved it  more »
  • It's a must visit if you go with a under 10 years old children that is going to enjoy a lot all the things there are. There's an airplane, train, "gravity house" among a lot of things there are for... 
    It's a must visit if you go with a under 10 years old children that is going to enjoy a lot all the things there are. There's an airplane, train, "gravity house" among a lot of things there are for...  more »
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  • A great interactive museum for kids, lots still under construction when we went and quite few out of order but for the price of the entrance, it's still well worth it. It took us about 1.5 hours to go through the exhibition - my daughter is only 5 and can't read but I imagine that older kids could take longer then another 20 minutes for the planetarium. The museum is next to Cuscatlán Park which is also great for kids! My only complaint would be that the museum exhibitions do so well to promote healthy eating but the only places to eat in the museum are Papa John's and Burger King.
  • It could be an interesting place if it was well maintained. Nearly half of exhibitions are not working or closed. On the day we went there was a performance by 2 magicians. It was nice.

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