This is the first interactive museum in the World devoted to the human being.
Located in a spectacular building designed by the Japanese architect Arata Isozaki, this museum aims to entertain visitors by stimulating their curiosity. Through a variety of exhibits, different features of the human species are revealed, such as the I (identity), We (demography), the Senses, the Heart, the Motor System, the Brain, Skills and Language. There are almost 200 modules, most of which are interactive, in which a mechanism has to be activated for them to be understood. A reproduction of Leonardo da Vinci's "La Gioconda" (better known as the "Mona Lisa") is made up of over 10,000 photos of people. The building has an IMAX projection room.