A classic of the classics, but always worth visiting again. This amusement park has been entertaining children and not so children at the top of Tibidabo Mountain for over a hundred years. Here you will find the typical mechanical attractions of an amusement park, which adds live events, robotics workshops and of course the best views of Barcelona.
To go to the Tibidabo amusement park, it is not necessary to have your own vehicle, as it can be easily reached by bus from the city center or by climbing in its funicular, a really fun option that children will appreciate.
Who said visiting a house has to be boring? Casa Batlló offers a theatrical visit through which you will discover the most curious secrets and anecdotes about the construction of one of the most unique buildings in the city. Casa Batlló is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful and captivating buildings in Barcelona, the work of renowned Catalan architect Antonio Gaudí.
The visit was designed especially for children and invites us to explore this beautiful building with Gaudí himself or the family maid, Mrs. Ramoneta, a guided tour that you can hardly forget.
Is not everything better with chocolate? Even a museum! Located in the old Convent of Sant Agustí, the Chocolate Museum will take us on a journey through the history of chocolate as well as showing them numerous works of art based on this exquisite material. In their rooms they also offer workshops and personalized experiences for family and children. And before you ask us, the answer is yes, we can try the chocolate!
Immerse yourself in the depths of the ocean without wetting a single hair, while instead swimming around 50 different species of fish from all corners of the planet. Doesn’t it sound bad huh? This is what the aquarium of Barcelona proposes, one of the largest in the world and a spectacular place to visit with children.
In its tunnels we will be surrounded by the most incredible sea creatures, which swam around us, sharks included! In addition, for lunchtime we will find fast-food restaurant where you can eat hamburgers, pizza and chips, sushi is not allowed!
This gigantic museum dedicated to the promotion and dissemination of science is ideal to explore with children and arouse their curiosity in the various scientific subjects. Among the many pavilions to visit, we recommend the Flooded Forest (a little piece of the Amazon rainforest in Barcelona), the TocaToca where children have the opportunity to touch different animals such as snakes, frogs, starfish; the Planetarium, the science square and many others!
In the hills of Montjuic, very close to the Plaza de Espanya, is Poble Espanyol, a large theme park that reproduces characteristic buildings of different villages throughout Spain. It is a highly recommended visit to spend an afternoon or an entire morning. Here the little ones of the family will be able to walk through these small towns that seem taken from a fairy tale. They can also discover handicrafts such as glass blowing, blacksmithing or many others, as there are many artisans working there.