The Príncipe Felipe Science Museum has become a world reference point for interactive science and one of the most visited destinations in the country, with over 27 million visitors since its inauguration in 2000. Its main objective is stimulating curiosity and critical thinking and at the same time surprising and amusing the public by its contents from the world of science, technology, and the environment.
The Railway Museum is located in the old station of Delicias, which opened in 1880 by king Alfonso XII and Queen Maria Cristina, is one of the most significant examples of the "iron architecture" of the nineteenth century. This monumental building is the site of the Museum since 1984, and it includes one of the most complete collection in Europe of historical materials railways. It also provides an information service and conservation of documentary heritage through the Railway History Archive, Library and Documentation Centre.
This museum is located in the city of Madrid, and different houses fascinating pieces in all corridors , which transforms to anyone at all a scientist.
The museum dates back to ancient times, where Carlos III donated an impressive collection belonging to Spanish : Don Pedro Davila. Since that time this property has been used as a historic place that fits the culture and the earliest history of the place.