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Family visit to Madrid

A getaway to Madrid is always a great idea because it has everything you can imagine. No matter what kind of tourism you like. Madrid has everything you are looking for.

Today we are going to talk about how to make the most of your time in the Spanish capital accompanied by the little ones, who are the undisputed kings and queens of the house.

Sometimes it can be a difficult task, but instead of trying to get the kids to adapt to your plans, why don't you adapt your plans to them?

We bring you some of the best activities to do in Madrid where both you and your children can enjoy a fantastic time. There are plans for all types of children. Are you ready to have a great time and live adventures?


Great plan with children in Madrid

Great plans in Madrid for curious children

If your child doesn't stop searching and rummaging around the house, even if he doesn't really know what, if he looks at everything, observes and studies it, these are the best things to do with him in Madrid.


Casita Museo del Ratón Pérez

Calle del Arenal 8, 1º planta

The very honourable tooth collector and dental scholar, the spanish tooth fairy, Mister Ratón Perez, has his residence in the Spanish capital. The most curious thing about this museum is its location, as it is the exact place where Father Luis Coloma wrote the story of this singular mouse in 1902. Incidentally, the child to whom this story was addressed would grow up to become King Alfonso XIII.


Museum de las Ilusiones Madrid | Museum of Illusions

Calle del Doctor Cortezo, 8

This place is pure fantasy and laughter. Play with your children's senses and your own. Leave them open-mouthed with its optical illusions and stroll through the Tilted Room, the Vortex Tunnel or the Infinity Room, as well as a Smart Games Room.


Great plans in Madrid for football lover children

If football is also the king of sports at home, any of these plans will fascinate your little one.


Santiago Bernabéu or Cívitas Metropolitano stadiums tours

Make their dream, or yours, come true and visit a great stadium. The capital has two stadiums of the best European teams; Real Madrid and Atlético de Madrid. Seeing their incredible facilities and trophy room will be a unique experience.


Legends. The home of football

Puerta del Sol, 2

An unique place with an unrivalled location; next to Puerta del Sol. For first class football fans. Walk through the history of football, with unparalleled moments of the beautiful game and dozens of shirts of the great legends; Cruyff, Zidane, Pelé, Maradona, Di Stefano, Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo and many more.

More than 4,000 square metres spread over seven floors, from the first football boots and balls to the latest shirts. If you get hungry after all this, the incredible rooftop terrace has a gastronomic corner to appease your hunger; LALIGA TwentyNine's LEGENDS.


Great plans in Madrid for adventurous children

If you don't have a child at home but a mixture of young SEAL Soldier and Bear Grylls, these are, without a doubt, the best plans for your stay in Madrid.


Parque de Atracciones de Madrid | Madrid Amusement Park

Casa de Campo

No introduction is necessary. An amusement park in every sense of the word, with great attractions and fantastic shows, especially at special times of the year such as Christmas or Halloween. It is backed by more than 50 years of life and a whole series of facilities designed for the little ones.

Although a little further away, if we talk about amusement parks and Madrid, it is inevitable to mention Parque Warner Madrid. If your thing is themed attractions and adrenaline, don't hesitate for a second. This is your plan. 


Rock climbing

For those parents with little ones who are growing up obsessed with Tarzan and The Jungle Book, we have two things to say. One, we understand, you are not alone. Two, we have the perfect solution for them to enjoy and burn off energy; climbing.

Madrid has several climbing walls suitable for both adults and children, check out places like Sputnik Climbing, Urban Monkey, Indoorwall or Sharma Climbing and have some adrenaline and fun.



Calle de Alejandro González, 3 | Calle de Santa Hortensia, 20

A leisure centre for the whole family where they will test your ability to work as a team and your mental agility. It has gymkhanas, virtual reality games and puzzle solving.

No matter how old your child is, you'll have a great time trying to solve the problems posed in its original games and using advanced technology. Fun for the whole family.


Faro de Moncloa

Avenida de la Memoria, 2

Take your little adventurer by the hand and take him 92 metres up in the air. Let's see if he's a real adventurer or if he's a real adventurer with a bit of vertigo.

The Moncloa Lighthouse has absolutely incredible panoramic views of Madrid; the Almudena Cathedral, the Gran Vía, the Royal Palace, the Four Towers and much more await you from the great viewpoint of the capital.


Great plans in Madrid for extreme adventurous children

You have already made the above plans and your child still wants more? We have an ace up our sleeve. Try this super plan and enjoy the look of disbelief on his face.


WINDOBONA Túnel de viento Madrid | Wind tunnel Madrid

Calle Calderilla, 16

Yes, just as you read, our ace in the hole is to make your child fly like a bird. And if he's looking forward to it, we know that deep down you're also crazy about riding in this fantastic wind tunnel and feeling the speed and freedom of flying.


Great plans in Madrid for restless children

If your child can't sit still, gets bored of something quickly and needs lots of stimulation, we have just the plans you need to use all their energy and, hopefully, sleep through the night in one go.


Palacio de Hielo 

Calle Silvano, 77

The Palacio de Hielo Shopping Centre has everything you need for an afternoon of non-stop games. Its 1800 square metres of ice rink are a great bet for the most restless and brave.

If you still have energy and desire for more, in the shopping centre you can see the latest films in the cinema and visit CityPlay, a paradise for the little ones with games, an 18-hole mini-golf course with unique decoration and lighting, as well as a bowling alley that we are sure you have never seen before.


Parque de El Retiro

Plaza de la Independencia, 7

Escape to the lungs of Madrid and enjoy one of the largest parks in European capitals. Enjoy the nature of its 118 hectares and the must-see sights of its Crystal Palace, the Monument to Alfonso XII and the Fountain of the Fallen Angel, among others.

The perfect plan to enjoy it with children are the ways in which you can enjoy the place. Instead of walking, you can take a bike tour around the park and its main stops and, of course, don't forget to take a boat on the pond for the full experience.

Do you still want more? Then visit the Puppet Theatre, take a look at their website, and see how excited the little ones look.


Great plans in Madrid for children with inquiring minds

If your child not only won't sit still but constantly wonders about the nature of everything, if he or she always has a “why...?” in his or her mouth, these are the best plans for those little geniuses.


Nomad Museo Inmersivo 

Calle Gran Vía, 78

An unbeatable location and an immersive experience for the whole family to enjoy. A real spectacle for the senses where interacting with your surroundings takes on a whole new meaning. Let yourself be carried away in an experience like no other.


Museo de la Felicidad 

Ronda de Valencia, 8

The name speaks for itself, the Museums of happiness. You will come out of there with great vibes, after going through its more than twenty immersive experiences such as the Laboratory of Happiness and a few other surprises that we won't spoil. It is well worth a visit.


Museo del Ferrocarril 

Paseo de las Delicias, 61

All those train lovers have an appointment at the old Delicias station, where the Railway Museum will delight young and old alike. Take a walk through history with models, old carriages and fantastic activities.


Museo Naval 

Paseo del Prado, 3

Did boat enthusiasts think there was no place for them in this Madrid getaway? Of course there is, learn about Spanish naval history from the Middle Ages to the present day.


Museo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnología

Calle del Pintor Velázquez, 5. Alcobendas

We're a bit out of the centre of Madrid, but it's well worth it. Get your children to ask the craziest questions with the most unlikely answers and experiments you can imagine. A place where learning and having fun go hand in hand.


Great plans in Madrid for nature lover children

Time for those adventurers who love every living thing around them and who ask Santa Claus, year after year, to bring them a monkey or a rhinoceros for being so good.  These great plans are for them.



Avenida de las Comunidades, 28

We have to move a little further away from the city centre, but not as far as you might imagine. Although it is logical, nobody wants to walk along Gran Vía and come across a Komodo dragon.

14 hectares where you will find an immense fauna of animals, travel from the jungle to the poles. Take advantage of the numerous activities available, especially designed for the little ones.


Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales 

Calle de José Gutierrez Abascal, 2

One of the best museums in the world in this category. It has impressive collections of animals from all over the world and numerous skeletons of animals ranging from prehistoric times to the largest known to man.


Great plans in Madrid for children with a sweet tooth

Here I'm sure that more than one person will use the little ones in the house to say that it's for them that you're visiting this great place.


Sweet Space

Not all is about sugar. Although its name seems to welcome us to a candy factory, in reality this museum is a mixture of adventures, journeys to the centre of creativity and an immersion into the imagination. A unique experience and yes... there are sweet sensations too.


Great plans in Madrid for cinema lover children

If Disney is your most used platform and your child is looking like a future film director, or a member of the next Encanto film, these are the perfect plans for the family.


Mundo Pixar

Espacio 5.1 del Recinto Ferial IFEMA

A fantastic immersive experience in the Pixar world, where the little ones, and adults, let's be honest, will enjoy thirteen rooms with ten of the most legendary films of the production company of the lamp; Finding Nemo, Cars or Coco, among others, are waiting for you in its more than three thousand square metres.


Jurassic World by Brickman

Espacio 5.1 del Recinto ferial IFEMA

You won't need to stray far from our previous plan to enjoy this one. Pixar World shares an entrance with the brilliant Jurassic World by Brickman, where more than 50 dinosaurs are reproduced using, mind you, more than six million LEGO® pieces. Jurassic World and LEGO® fans, welcome.


Great plans in Madrid for creative children

For those with an infinite imagination and ideas worthy of geniuses, here's the perfect plan to unleash that creativity.


Espacio abierto Quinta de los Molinos

Calle Juan Ignacio Luca de Tena, 20 (San Blas)

Using the tools of music, film and theatre, among other activities, this cultural and creative centre gives families the opportunity to enjoy unique experiences with the little ones. Although the youngest members of the family can be up to 18 years old to take part in any of its activities.