The combined visit of the museum and of Sant Joan Despí drinking water treatment plant is an activity intended for the whole family which will allow you to discover the route taken by water from when it is captured in the natural environment until it reaches our homes. To attend you must make a prior reservation by calling 93 342 35 36 or sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. The activity is free and will be held on 22 and 23 November from 10 in the morning. The approximate duration of the visit is two hours. The Museum will moreover hold open days throughout the week to celebrate Science Week.
A key operator’s notebook and the museum’s trail of clues, new developments for Science Week
Also coinciding with the activity of Science Week, the Museu Agbar de les Aigües is releasing the fifth item from its Collectables: the notebook of a key operator from Aigües de Barcelona, a special notebook used by the company’s key operators at the beginning of the 20th century, who permitted the arrival of water to newly built dwellings. The notebook can be visited in the Electricity Room. Also this week we launch The journey of water. Family guide of the Museu Agbar de les Aigües, an activity book that the Museum will give to families who visit it so that they can discover, in a fun manner, the path taken by water from when it is captured until it is consumed.
For further information, consult the Museum website at www.museudelesaigues.com.