Buildings of the Ciudad de las Artes y de Las Ciencias of Valencia.
This is one of the most emblematic buildings of the complex. Shaped like an eye, it houses the IMAX theater, planetarium, and laser cinema projection room. It has an area of approximately 13,000 m².
Prince Felipe Science Museum
This avant-guard interactive science museum occupies around 40,000 m² spread over three floors. It is one of the mere popular and entertaining stops in a visit to the City of Arts and sciences.
There are interactive activities, live experiences, and all other sorts of exhibits. Everyone will find something they will enjoy, but it is especially entertaining for kids. The Museum offers a complete program of scientific live events, which encourages the participation of the public and their collaboration with the monitors.
The Umbracle is an open-air promenade with native plant species of the Valencian Community covered by floating arches from where you can see the entire complex of the City of Arts and Sciences. It houses El Paseo de las Esculturas, an open-air art gallery with sculptures by contemporary artists. The Umbracle spans over 17,500 square meters .
This might be the main attraction of the whole complex. It is the largest oceanographic aquarium in Europe: over 110,000 square meters large and holding 42 million liters of water.
The building is shaped like a water lily-shaped, the work of the Valencia-born architect Adrián Peláez Coronado. The structural design of the roofs is by engineers Alberto Domingo and Carlos Lázaro.
There are several different enclosures represented in the Oceanografic, each housed within their own building: Mediterranean, Wetlands, Temperate and Tropical Seas, Oceans, Antarctic, Arctic, Islands, and Red Sea, in addition to the Dolphinarium.
Queen Sofía Palace of the Arts
Reina Sofía Palace of the Arts houses four large areas: a Main Hall, Master Classroom, Amphitheater, and Chamber Theater. There is also a concert hall dedicated to music and the performing arts.
Bridge of the Azud del Oro
This futuristic-looking bridge connects the southern ring road with Calle Menorca, and whose 125-meter-high pylon is the highest point in the city.
A covered square where concerts and sporting events were held, such as the new grand prize of the Valencian Tennis Community; but from 2020 onwards it will host the CaixaForum València