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Un mu­seo in­te­rac­ti­vo di­vi­di­do en 4 áreas de co­no­ci­mien­to: uni­ver­so y am­bien­te, cien­cia y tec­no­lo­gía, his­to­ria y for­ma­ción de va­lo­res, ar­te y de­por­te. Jun­to al mu­seo se en­cuen­tra el pla­ne­ta­rio más gran­de de Cen­troa­mé­ri­ca. A lo lar­go de me­dia ho­ra, los ni­ños via­jan con su An in­te­rac­ti­ve mu­seum di­vi­ded in­to 4 areas of know­led­ge: the uni­ver­se and en­vi­ron­ment, scien­ce and tech­no­logy, his­tory and de­ve­lop­ment of va­lues, arts and sports. Next to the mu­seum is the lar­gest pla­ne­ta­rium in Cen­tral Ame­ri­ca. For half an hour, the chil­dren tra­vel with their ima­gi­na­tion th­rough spa­ce map­ping the cons­te­lla­tions and pla­nets in our so­lar sys­tem. Spe­cia­li­zed gui­des help crea­te anat­mosp­he­re of joy and know­led­ge. They can al­so en­joy the ex­hi­bi­tion Apo­llo spa­ce­suit , and the ca­ve Me­tals and Sto­nes. A mu­seum de­di­ca­ted to the re­search, pro­tec­tion and dis­se­mi­na­tion of the his­tory of the re­gion’s first settlers to the early de­ca­des of the twentieth cen­tury. It dis­plays the most com­ple­te co­llec­tion of prehis­pa­nic pie­ces in the city. Stamps, pot­tery, scul­ptu­res, or­na­men­tal and uti­li­ta­rian pot­tery are pre­sen­ted to vi­si­tors with sim­ple and en­ter­tai­ning ex­pla­na­tions that gui­de them th­rough the re­gion’s his­tory. The first floor is de­di­ca­ted to the dis­co­very and con­quest, the mee­ting of two cul­tu­res. The story shows us how the Su­la Va­lley has evol­ved and spe­ci­fi­cally how the city has grown in­to what it is to­day, the main eco­no­mic hub of the country. A res­to­ra­tion shop, au­di­to­rium, li­brary and sou­ve­nir shop ma­kes the vi­sit mo­re en­jo­ya­ble. To amu­se little kids the mu­seum has a “Story Time Cor­ner” whe­re they can learn about Hon­du­ras in a di­dac­tic way.

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