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Fun things to do with kids in Spain

Kids play on a plaza at paseo timeIn most Spanish cities and town, the early evening ritual of the paseo draws people of all generations to promenade, visit and play in plazas or pedestrian streets.

Most of the activities below are available year round. This is just a sampling.


Royal Palace-the armory. Lots of armor, guns and other destructive tools.

Reina Sofia Museum-fun, modern art. Buy postcards on the way inside and watch your little artist match the postcards to the artworks. Ride the glass elevator up and down. Inner courtyard is good for running around and eating.

Royal Temple of Debod-a spooky maze of stone chambers to explore. Continue to nearby parks-Campo de Moro and Parque del Oeste.

Teleférico cable car-Paseo Pintor Rosales/Metro stop Argüelles.

Naval Museum-filled with model ships, canons, navigational tools. The museum is free, open mornings only.

Rastro-flea market on Sundays.

Xanadú-shopping mall in Arroyomolinos, a short drive from city center. Go kart track, indoor ski slope, food court.

Retiro Park-mimes, musicians, fountains, boating lake, roller-blading.

Madrid zoo-it has it all.

Kids' cuisine -- lots of kid friendly restaurant chains or theme restaurants

  • VIPS
  • PANS and Company,
  • Nebraska
  • TelePizza
  • Museo de Jamón,
  • Planet Hollywood
  • Hard Rock Café


Sagrada Familia Cathedral: watch workers making moulds in the on-going process of building Gaudi's famous cathedral.

Güell Park: surrealist park built by Gaudí for his patron-forests of cement pillars and crazy patterns to explore.

Maritime Museum-absolutely wonderful, on the sea front.

The Chocolate Museum-on the edge of the Gothic quarter; here you can see cathedrals made of chocolate and sample some too!

Barceloneta-an expansive district on the Mediterranean with endless shopping, parks, cafes and restaurants, endless kilometers of boardwalk, sand and sea, and water sports equipment for hire.

Poble Espanyol-a Spanish village on the hill above the city where replica buildings from all over Spain have been erected, and where craftsmen are at work and evening flamenco shows can be seen

Tibidabo Park-a huge fun fair on the hill above the city; take the funicular/blue tram to the top, to the Parc d'Atraccions

Museum of the Football Club of Barcelona-visit the famous stadium; perhaps take in a football/soccer game.

Museum of Science-hands on exhibits.

La Boquería-the public market, off the Ramblas; have chocolate and fresh bread early in the morning.

Kids' cuisine

  • Restaurante Paradis at Maremagnum on the front in Barceloneta
  • Granja Camps, Rambla de Catalunya 113, old fashioned soda shop
  • Fresco, Calle València 263, self-service
  • Flash Flash, Calle de Granada de Penedès 24
  • Pollo Rico, Calle de Sant Pau 31, chicken and fries
  • plus all the usual chains.

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