Poble Espanyol with KidsVisit this mock village with buildings designed in a range of Spanish architecture.  Watch craftsman in their workshops and on Sunday enjoy kids' workshops and a family show.

Built at the beginning of the 20th century, Poble Espanyol is a village with 40 workshops showing 21 different types of craftsmanship at work. Browse the shops and art galleries and have a meal at one of the choice of restaurants.  For kids there is plenty of car-free space to explore and on Sundays, children's actvities and shows are organised.  If you reserve at one of the restaurants inside Poble Espanyol, and arrive within one hour of your booking time, you will have free entry to the village (see Child-friendly Barcelona restaurants). If you plan to go regularly then a great option is annual family membership - €30 for 2 adults and 2 kids and you can go as often as you like giving you an extra option for weekend family entertainment.

Poble Espanyol Children's Activities

A fun way to explore the village is to take part in a "Gymkhana" activity with all the family. This does not involve horses, but is the Spanish word for a type of treasure hunt game of discovery.  Can you find a forest that is not outdoors? or why a certain building is known as the "Bell Tower of Mirrors"?. Solve the clues, answer the questions and discover all the hidden secrets of el Poble Espanyol. Mon-Sun 10am-6pm all year round. Available in English, Spanish and Catalan. All ages. Children 3-9 years must be accompanied by an adult. Price for game pack that includes backpack and materials is €5 (max. 5 participants).

Price: Adults €9.50; Children 4-12 yrs €5.60: Family 2 adults and 2 children 4-12 yrs. €20.00; Under 4's Free.  Poble Espanol Carnet Familiar (annual family pass) €49.00.  Combined ticket with entry to the MNAC. €15.00. Ticket sales end one hour before closure.
Av. Marques de Comillas, 13 Tel. 93 508 6300

Metro: Pl. Espanya L1 or L3 then bus (13, 50, 61 or Bus Montjuic or 10 min. uphill walk).

Open: Mon. 9am–8pm; Tue, Wed, Thur 9am-2pm; Fri, Sat 9am-5am, Sun 9am-11pm



Top Tips for Attractions

  • Check before you go for any savings if you buy your ticket online.
  • Save money with a family ticket that usually offers admission to 2 adults and 2 children.
  • Consider buying an annual family pass if you plan to visit the attraction more than once during the year.
  • Look out for free admission days during Barcelona festivals such as La Mercè.
  • Call or visit the attraction's website beforehand to make sure it is suitable for your child's age.

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