Mirador Interactive Museum (MIM) is an interactive museum with exhibits and learn games that really experiencing rather than just observe.
His building of seven thousand square meters combines in its steel, concrete, wood mañío, glass and copper structure and is located in the Republic of Brazil Park in the municipality of La Granja, forming a particularly attractive and suitable set for family expansion which it is defined as a park imaginations.
Its 11-hectare park has ample space for picnics and games, casino-bar and 500 parking spaces. The Master and service buildings, offices, and restaurants Time Tunnel Plan were designed by the architect Gonzalo Mardones Viviani, who was the winner of the architectural competition organized by the Foundation New Times.
The main building of the museum has 7,000 m2 and construction harmonically concrete, wood, glass and copper. In one of its sides is the Time Tunnel building. It has about three hundred interactive exhibits that invite you to experience scientific phenomena and interested in discovering and learning. Its route does not have a fixed layout, it is found as a labyrinth to appear as a whole of great magnitude. The design belongs to architect Juan Baixas and 2000 he was awarded the prize for the best architectural project in Chile Architecture Biennial and in 2005 received a special award in the Ibero-American Biennial of Quito, Ecuador.
Open days: Tuesday to Sunday.
Hours: 9:30 to 18:30 pm.
Phone: +56 228 288 000 | +56 228 288 020.
Address: Avenida Punta Arenas 6711, La Granja, Santiago - Chile
Cost: From 2 to 12 years: USD $ 4. From 12 to 59 years: US $ 6.