Barcelona offers a range of cultural options to suit all ages. Many of its museums such as the Chocolate Museum, the Maritime Museum or Cosmocaixa (where kids can experience a tropical rainfall, for example) are the perfect way to spend a fun day which will be both educational and entertaining. And as a curiosity there is the Wax Museum, with over 300 famous and incredibly lifelike people.
The family concerts held in the auditorium of the Petit Palau de la Música Catalana are another educational and fun activity. Located outdoors, the Poble Espanyol (Spanish town) is a scale model of a Spanish town featuring 117 famous buildings from all over Spain. Other options include a family bike ride through green spaces full of artistic attractions such as the Güell Park, or a ride in the Montjuic cable car to see the city laid out at your feet.