The best bet when talking about leisure with children are the amusement parks . If you are planning a trip to Madrid as a family you can not miss some of the options in this guide of leisure parks for children. Guiainfantil.com has selected the best children's amusement parks in Madrid to spend unfo
The best bet when talking about leisure with children are the amusement parks. If you are planning a trip to Madrid as a family you can not miss some of the options in this guide of leisure parks for children.
Guiainfantil.com has selected the best children's amusement parks in Madrid to spend unforgettable days with the family.
The best children's amusement parks in Madrid
If you decide to dedicate a day of your visit to an amusement park remember to find out beforehand about the type of attractions you will find, the height and age limitations of each attraction and other restrictions. Wear comfortable clothes and sunscreen for everyone. Here are some suggestions for an unforgettable leisure day with the family: - Amusement park:The most classic of the leisure parks in Madrid, even after so long it still keeps a large volume of visitors per year who want try its attractions.
The park has different attractions adapted according to age,
as well as restaurants, green areas, etc.
Some of the best-known attractions are Vertigo, the Shuttle, the Tarantula, Desperate, the Fjords, the Rapids, Fantasy, the Sawmill, the Train of the Mine or the Jungle ... For 2012 they have released a new roller coaster, the TNT, for the most daring families. You can walk around the park, go up with the children to the attractions (
remember to look at the height limits
, at some attractions there are minimums of 1'30 or 1'40 meters), watch the shows or access the perfect children's areas for the smallest children.Prices:They are based on the height of the children and not on their age. The general entrance (more than 1'40 m atura) can be found from € 19.90 if you book the online ticket. At the box office the price goes up to 31.90. But if your child is less than 1.40, the price will be reduced to 24.90 euros at the box office, although you can find much cheaper online. For those over 60, the entrance fee is 19.20 euros, and children under 1 meter, are free. Large families pay 27.15.
Hours: Opening hours vary depending on the season of the year. The opening is at 12: 00h, and the closing varies according to the time of year. In summer (July and August) it closes at midnight (Saturdays at 1:00 am), but it is best to check the specific day on the park's website.
Access: You can get there by car (N-V or M30, Exit Amusement Park) or public transport (Batán metro station, line 10, or buses 33 and 65).
- Warner Park: The perfect attraction park for
children to enjoy some of their cartoon idols,
like Tweety or Bugs Bunny, and superheroes like Batman. There are 5 areas in the park with different themes: Hollywood Boulevard, Cartoon Village, Old West Territory, DC Superheroes World and Movie World. Each contains different kinds of attractions, some more related to babies and toddlers (Cartoon Village) or shows (Movie World).
They are also well known their shows based on the films of Batman and Crazy Police Academy,
as well as their nightly shows, which will amaze children. Before queuing for an attraction, inquire about the minimum height, and remember that in each area of the park there are also shops and restaurants to rest. Prices:
39, 90 € for adults (more than 1'40 m high), € 29,90 (between 1 and 1,40 m.), If the children are less than 1 m. they are free For large families the entrance costs € 29.90 and € 25.90 respectively. If you just want to see the evening shows there is a generic € 10 entry.
Opening hours: Open at 11.30 and keep night shows until 24h.
Access: By car you can access the Warner Park by the A4 highway Exit 22, by bus with lines 412 (From the interchange of Villaverde bajo) and 413 (From Pinto).
- Faunia: A beautiful natural theme park for children to discover more than 500 species of animals cono and learn about their natural habitats.
The great variety of animals, and the shows that allow the participation of children make Faunia a good option during our visit to Madrid.
In addition to touring the various areas of the park, we can enjoy various exhibitions at the lake theater, the Magic Forum or the Jungle Ecosystem. By booking with time too
you can share a bath with sea bears or feed the pelicans
Prices: For adults (from 8 years old) the price is € 26'45, children between 3 and 7 years old pay € 19'95, and children under 3 years old are free.For large families the price is € 18.45. There are also tickets that include the burger menu or buffet, and combined tickets for Faunia and the Zoo Aquarium in Madrid.
Times: The park opens at 10 and 10:30. depending on the time of year, the same happens with the closing time, which varies between 4:00 p.m. and 10 p.m., so it is convenient to consult it on the Faunia website.
By car, on the A3 (exit 6 Valdebernardo), the M-40 (northbound exit 13 and southbound exit 12) or the M-23 (Vicálvaro exit). By subway you can get to Valdebernardo station (Line 9), Cercanías to Vicálvaro (Line C2) and bus by line 71 (leaving from Manuel Becerra)