Children: Days Out For Kids
CRAM - Fundacio per a la Conservacion i Recuperacio dAnimals...
Sealife conservation. Dolphin isolation pool. See animals recovering from illness and injury. Audiovisuals about endangered species in regression in the Mediterranean. Educational material provided. Cami Ral, 239 Premia de Mar 08330 Maresme.
Tibidabo Amusement Park
Amusement park and funfair on the highest point overlooking Barcelona. There are 25 rides to discover, great shows and street theatre, which makes walking around the park a fun attraction in itself. Open all year. Pl. del Tibidabo 3-4, 08035 Barcelona.
Museu Futbol Club Barcelona
Barcelona Football Club Museum. Collection of sport artifacts dating back a hundred years and the Futbolart Collection, which includes a number of antiques and curiosities relating to the history of football. Nou Camp, Avda Aristides Maillol, Barcelona.
A water theme park with the added attraction of areas for aerobic, salsa and merengue dancing, volleyball, basketball, childrens competitions and activities and evening concerts of music. From 10:00-19:00. Finca Mas Brasso, 08339 Vilassar de Dalt.
Museu de Joguets i Automats - Col-leccio Mayoral
Toy and robot museum with over 600 items from the Manel Mayoral collection. Themes of town and countryside, fairs and funfairs, toy and pedal vehicles and football. Guided tours. Gift shop. At Verdu, Urgell, Lleida.
El Parc de les Aus
Toca-Toca (Touch-Touch) a space for direct contact with animals. A different type of zoo created by symbiosis between birds and vegetation. More than 300 exotic bird species and 500 plants. Restaurant and leisure area. C/ de les Corts 7, Cabrera de Mar.
Museu de la Colonia Sedo dEsparreguera
Model village, built around a cotton mill, giving visitors an insight into the way of life in an industrial settlement. Sound and light show and 3D audiovisual show. Saturdays 10:00-14:00. Guided tours in the week. Industrial Can Sedo, 08292 Esparreguera
Poble Espanyol de Barcelona
Small Spanish village with areas that replicate the style of houses and architecture from parts of Spain. Visitors can discover shops, restaurants, craft workshops, gardens and activities for all ages. Av. Francesc Ferrer i Guardia, 13 08038 Barcelona.
Museu de la Xocolata
Discover the fascinating world of chocolate, its origins and how it is made. Workshops to teach you how to make chocolate to take home with you. Make a Catalan cake or mona. Suitable for all, including the very young. C/ Comerc 36, 08003 Barcelona.
Museo de la Ciencia is open Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00-20:00. Teodor Roviralta, 47-51, Barcelona.