Maloka is a third-generation museum. Maloka is considered the most important center of its kind in Latin America
Located in Ciudad Salitre, Maloka is the first science and technology interactive center of Colombia with exhibition halls, the only Domo theather in South America, with a gigantic screen, an Internet coffee shop and support areas such as a restaurant, the events service for companies and families and the Maloka store. It is located in Salitre, a strategic sector of easy access towards any point in Bogota, 8 minutes from the El Nuevo Dorado International airport and 3 minutes from the transportation terminal of Bogota. Come to Maloka and be fascinated by the adventure of knowledge. Live a marvelous experience in the only theater with the most gigantic format screen of South America, the Carlos Ardila Lule Domo Theater, with 300 watts of sound.
See the ten interactive exhibition halls on subjects such as the Universe, life, human being, electricity, the city, bio-diversity (with real plants and animals, typical of the Colombian territory and the high Andean woods) and discover a new way of leaning in the Mathematics 2000 Room. Taste the best prepared coffee in the city, while you navigate in cyberspace in the Internet Coffee Shop. Savor delicious dishes in the restaurant’s pleasant environment. Take advantages of the activities that Maloka offers every day for the entire family and take a souvenir from the Maloka shop.
The passion for knowledge exists in its many thematic exhibition halls, such as the sa/a de la vida (life hall), universe, and oil room which added to attractions such as 3D cinema and the film dome, makes it the ideal place to have fun while learning.
Cra, 68D No. 24A-51
(57+1) 427 27 07
Monday to Friday from 8 am, to 5 pm, Saturdays and Sundays from 10 am, to 7 p.m.
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