It is located south of Quito in a set of buildings from the early twentieth century were a textile factory. It has 3 permanent exhibitions, temporary exhibitions and large outdoor spaces include two plazas with fountains, landscaping, and a trail through an old eucalyptus plantation.
Mind: In this space, designed for the entire family can learn more about the anatomy and physiology of the human brain through real objects, illusions and challenges for spatial and mathematical logic. Buses. Children 3 to 8 years if accompanied by an adult, have their place in this exhibition. They play in the moors and montane forests, and learn about animals and plants that inhabit them. Andean bears, deer, bats and birds will surprise you, and can even fly a condor.
Will also learn how to transform the environment by visiting the barn, corral (with live animals), the farm, and exchange goods in a market. Interactive Quito. This is a space where the city better known through photographs, maps, archaeological and political, and
an interactive model of 571 square meters. Through the model will look to the city as if I were at 4000 meters altitude, here you can identify various parts of the capital with the support of touch screens and a sophisticated lighting system.
Riesgollakta: A proposal for UNICEF hosted by the MIC at which you can discover and learn interactively different concepts and recommendations to prevent any disasters.