Your Guide to Granada’s BioDome: Dive into the Tropics.

Get to Know the Granada BioDome

Have a peek at the fantastic Granada BioDome, mate! A part of the Granada’s Science Museum, this new attraction is all about education. What’s its goal, you ask? It’s got a special focus on the importance of preserving and understanding our planet’s biodiversity – that’s all the variety of life on Earth, including us, our fellow creatures and their habitats. It’s a proper unique place, bringing you up close and personal with the intricate systems that make life possible.

When Did it Open and What’s Inside?

The Granada BioDome flung its doors open on 25th July 2016. Inside, you’ll discover more than 250 species of plants and animals. It’s like a tropical climate here on earth, with three distinct zones: Amazonia, Madagascar and Indo-Pacific. Properly fascinating, innit?

Costs and Tickets for the BioDome

Ready to pop in for a visit? Here’s what you’ll need to shell out:

  • BioDome + Science Park – Combined Ticket
  • £11 General (£7 Museum + £4 BioDome)
  • £9 Reduced (£6 Museum +£3 BioDome)
  • £9 School (£5.50 Museum + £3.50 BioDome) (Guide included)
  • BioDome Only
  • £6 General and £5 Reduced – A guide is part of this deal.

Got a group of school kids or an organised bunch of more than 15? Just fill out this form to make a reservation.

What to Expect When You Visit

Once you’re in, you’ll get a brief intro – about 10 minutes – that’ll cover recommendations and rules for your visit. You’ll want to plan about 45 minutes for your exploration, but don’t worry – you’re welcome to stay up to an hour.

BioDome Hours

  • Tuesday to Saturday from 10:30 to 15:00 and from 16:30 to 19:30.
  • Sundays and public holidays from 10:30 to 15:00.

Exclusive BioDome Visits

  • Tuesday to Saturday from 18:00 to 19:30.
  • Sundays and public holidays from 13:30 to 15:00.

Don’t forget, the BioDome’s capacity may limit your visit. Also, you might be able to visit only the BioDome during normal opening hours if it’s not too busy.

Keep in mind that these times could change.

How to Get There

  • Bus: Hop on urban bus lines 5, 11, 21, or C5 and get off at the designated stops.
  • Granada Sightseeing Bus: Get off at the Science Park stop.
  • Walking: It’s just a 15 to 20-minute stroll from the city centre.
  • Driving: The Science Park has an underground car park.

Getting Tickets for the Science Park

Fancy getting tickets online for the Science Park? Just hit this button:

Please respect the place. As they like to say, it’s a “window to life.”

Remember, the number of visitors and duration of visits may be limited due to environmental quality, space, temperature and humidity concerns.

Need More Info?

Biodome installation spaces.

To find out more, visit their website at