Xenses Park is like a science museum but better. It is home to some of the most interactive displays ever. There are things in Xenses that will trick or challenge your senses. There are curved walls with crisscrossing tile and rooms where you appear large on one side yet small on the other. There are mud rivers to float on, and a zip line that lets you fly like a bird. Read on to learn more about this park.
Xenses Park has two sections: the first is El Pueblo and the second is Xensatorium. Overall, the park features 15 attractions that will take you on a great adventure via air, land, and water to rejuvenate your senses and awaken ones you didn’t even realize you had. Using diverse natural components such as water, vegetation, and land, as well as visual effects, the manufacturers of the park have managed to create sensorial, olfactory, aural, and tactile experiences that stay with you even after you are gone.
Best Activities to Start Your Day With Xenses
There is so much you can do with your visit to this park. To help you make the most of it, here are some activities to start with:
This is the entrance and exit to the park. The primary activities are divided into two circuits from where you can follow. Both circuits begin and stop at the pinwheel, and it severs as the hub.
Prepared to be thrilled by the town. It is a flat landscape with no mountains and only minor height changes. Despite this, they’ve built a street that appears to be heading uphill but is actually going downhill. Going up and down the street, you will feel disoriented. This is the magic of the town.
The Sip Waterslide
The slip may be short but it is entertaining. The visual effects give the impression that you’re moving quicker than you actually are. Because the end of the slip leads to a 3.5-foot-deep pool, it is not safe for kids or those who can’t swim.
The Bird Flight is a full-body zip line that takes you down the line head-first. The ride lasts for around 45-60 seconds and isn’t excessively fast or high, which makes it safe for most.
Yes, you would be relaxing in the river. Riverlaxing takes place in a saltwater river where you can float. Simply step in and allow the moderate current to carry you down the river.
The Sludgerie is similar to the riverlaxing, but the river is full of sludge (it could be dirt or clay but it is not sticky). They claim that it moisturizes your skin so you might want to give it a try.
How Much Do The Tickets Cost?
An adult ticket to Xenses costs $69 while a kid ticket costs $34. Xenses is a fantastic place to be, therefore the price for the tickets is kind of justified. However, there are a few ways to save money on your tickets. Early booking discounts and a children’s discount are available. To see the most up-to-date costs, go to the Xenses website and you might find an offer.