There are thirteen museum facilities in the north of Spain that have created a cultural network for the dissemination of science and technology. Among them three Asturians: Tito Bustillo Rock Art Center of Ribadesella, the Jurassic Museum of Asturias (MUJA) located in Colunga and the Park of Prehistory of Teverga.
Cultural centers in the northern area of Spain located in Cantabria, Castilla y León, Galicia, La Rioja, Navarra and the Basque Country have joined the initiative. The network is called 'Science Museums. North Route ' and aspires to become an "alternative path" for the north of the Iberian Peninsula and a "reference" for the development of common activities of scientific dissemination.
In the project are the museums: Arkeologi Bilbao Museum, Ene. National Energy Museum of Ponferrada, National Museum of Science and Technology of A Coruña, Coruñeses Scientific Museums (= mc2), Museum of Human Evolution of Burgos, Museum of the Science of Valladolid, Planetarium of Pamplona, National Museum and Research Center of Altamira, Museum of the Iron and Steel Mining of Castilla y León and the House of Sciences of Logroño.
They have already prepared advantages for visitors from the museum network, they have a profile on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/MuseosCienciaRutaNorte and have issued a passport with which, in addition to discounts, they also offer the opportunity to access future offers. The visitor can download the passport through Internet and will have to present it at the entrance of each equipment for its corresponding stamp. Each center will explain on its website the advantages it offers to passport holders. In the case of the Riosellano Rock Art Center, the visitor with a passport will be charged the reduced entry price. In addition, as visits accumulate with its corresponding sealed, this network of museums will offer joint prizes for the faithful visitors.