Costa Rica Entertainment – The Children’s Museum inaugurates a room inspired by telecommunications.
The interactive resources tell the story of how the country has evolved in areas like energy and electricity.
The 160-square-meter facility opened on Tuesday. It is sponsored by the Costa Rican Institute of Electricity. In about 15 years there were no changes in the space, making this remodel even more special.
There are 23 learning and entertainment modules to teach through interactive elements. Little ones of all ages will be intrigued by themes of energy, electricity and telecommunications. They can experiment with telegraphs, Morse code, different types of phones, and even virtual reality and fiber optics and data transmission.
The new space is open everyday of the week except for Mondays. It’s schedule is 8 to 430 Tuesday through Friday and 9:30 to 5 on weekends.
The cost of entry is ¢2,000 for children and ¢2,200 for those over 15.