In Barcelona there are fabulous and fun leisure activities for the weekend. In fact, the city has a good
offer in terms of leisure and culture
and free culture with children on Sundays.
If you want to enjoy with the little ones you can go to fun options in restaurants, hotels, sports and cultural centers marked with the seal of family tourism. If you see this seal in any establishment you can be sure that it is a place of family interest.
However, there are other free admission plans that you can also enjoy on Sundays with the little ones related to art, history, antiquity and the outdoors. Let’s enjoy several free plans with the kids in the city!
6 free plans with children in Barcelona
The Horta Labyrinth
The Labyrinth of Horta is one of the most fun and original parks in Barcelona, especially if you go with children. With them you can play at getting lost and find yourself in the middle of the cypress trees that form the paths of the labyrinth. It is a neoclassical garden designed in 1971 located near the Collserola mountain range.
La Tamarita Gardens
Throughout the center of Barcelona, the Gardens transport you to those times when the bourgeoisie built their mansions in the midst of beautiful gardens towards the upper part of the city. It is a good plan to experiment with the little ones and enjoy peace and quiet.
The Museum of the History of Catalonia
This is one of the 6 free plans with the kids that you can enjoy the first Sunday of every month. The visit includes a tour of a subway route through the streets of Barcelona. Hidden in this area are 4,000 square meters of Roman ruins discovered when the Gothic Quarter was being built.
Art Museum of Catalonia
“Sundays with young and old” is an initiative offered by the museum to enjoy with children. This wonderful cultural scenario is the ideal space to develop the sensory and artistic skills of children and adults. You will be able to see one of the most complete collections of Romanesque art, samples of Renaissance and Baroque art and some modern art.
Barcelona Maritime Museum
Admission is free on Sundays from 3:00 p.m. onwards. There you will be able to enjoy and learn about Mediterranean culture through paintings, maritime sculptures, navigational instruments and nautical cartography.
This Cultural Asset of National Interest is a 17th century fortress converted into a museum that offers guided tours and workshops for children from the age of five. It is another of the free plans with the children since the entrance is free on the first Sunday of each month and the rest of Sundays from 3:00 pm.