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A Coruña Museums

Domus. Casa do Home
An interactive museum on human beings, installed in a spectacular building designed by the Japanese architect Arata Isozaki. This museum has been designed for visitors' enjoyment, stimulating their curiosity on the characteristics of mankind. Contents are discovered through the different exhibitions, such as: the Me (identity), Us (demography), the Senses, the Heart, the Motor System, the Brain, the Skills or the Language. There are almost 200 modules in the exhibitions, most of which are interactive and mechanisms must be activated to understand them. A face made up of over ten thousand photographs of other faces reproduces the Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci. The building has an IMAX projection room.
Calle Santa Teresa, 1
La Coruña (La Coruña)

Casa das Ciencias.Municipal Museum.
The first public interactive centre in Spain, financed by the City Council of A Coruña. A permanent exhibition of the principles of science, technology and the world of nature. The 1st floor contains the modules where you can personally experience physical phenomena. The 2nd contains the temporary exhibition rooms. The 3rd exhibits an extensive collection of animals and minerals. The cupola is occupied by the Planetarium where, on a 10 m. diameter dome, the sky and stars visible from the Earth are represented.
Parque Santa Margarita, s/n
La Coruña (La Coruña)

Centro Galego de Arte Contemporánea (CGAC)
The CGAC is an impressive building and work of art by the Portuguese architect Álvaro Siza who, along with the San Domingos de Bonaval Monastery and park of the same name, built a balance group of buildings where the tradition and modernity of the city converge. You can enjoy some of the best views of the old town of Compostela from the balconies of this unique construction. Inside, along with the Arco Foundation collection, you can see exhibits by contemporary Galician artists and a large and varied number of temporary exhibitions on the main artistic trends today.
Calle Valle Inclán, s/n
Santiago de Compostela (La Coruña)

Museo das Peregrinacións
Monographic museum that places emphasis on the importance of the cult to Santiago and the development of the pilgrimage routes to its tomb had from the High Middle Ages, especially in the European environment. Eight rooms where, through images, objects, and documents, the origin of the Jacobean cult is explained to the visitor, the origin and development of the phenomenon of the pilgrimages, the gradual configuration of the different routes and the town of Compostela and the influence of the pilgrimage on the artistic development of the craftsmen guilds in Santiago de Compostela.
Calle de San Miguel, 4
Santiago de Compostela (La Coruña)


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