What would you think of celebrating an event in an exclusive and privileged space? Masía del Carmen, a place nestled in the middle of nature and just 10 minutes from Valencia. This farmhouse dates from the 18th century and retains the splendor of that time.
Architecture & History
The Príncipe Felipe Museum was the second building of the City of Arts and Sciences project; Opened its doors to the public on November 13, 2000, the work of the Valencian architect Santiago Calatrava, is unique in the world for the geometry of the building, its structure, the materials that make it up and the continuous presence of nature in it. Being an architectural jewel, the Museum has various interior and exterior spaces. It is therefore a perfect setting for holding events, congresses, conventions… by the multiple areas available for events within it: Arquerías, Calle Mayor, Paseo Sur, and Auditorio Santiago Grisolia.
Venues and Capacities
The Hemisferic, was the first built element of the City of Arts and Sciences. Inaugurated on April 10, 1998, it is a unique and spectacular building, designed by Santiago Calatrava, which represents a great human eye. The building is surrounded by water ponds that reflect its grandeur and serve as a stage for shows, in addition to having large areas for the realization of different events. The technical possibilities of the screening room allow it to be used for product presentations, conferences, dinners, cocktails, galas…
City of Arts and Sciences
Another feature that makes the Príncipe Felipe Science Museum unique is its integration into the spectacular ensemble of the City of Arts and Sciences. Its value as a complement to companies and institutions makes it a living museum.