Tibidabo Amusement Park
Explore one if the oldest theme parks in the world, the Tibidabo Amusement Park. The century-old park will give you one of the most magical experiences of your life, as you are treated to some of the most visually stunning views of the city of Barcelona!
- Enjoy the rides and attractions that Tibidabo, the oldest amusement park in Spain, has to offer.
- View the city of Barcelona in all its splendor from the massive Ferris wheel, Giradabo, which takes you 500 meters above the city.
- Over 30 different rides and attractions are present and are guaranteed to leave you occupied throughout the day.
- The confluence of old and new technology gives the park a very distinctive atmosphere.
Why You Shouldn’t Miss This
Built in 1901, Tibidabo Amusement Park is a century old park and one of the oldest amusement parks in the world and definitely the oldest one in Spain. It stands on Mount Tibidabo at the highest point on the Collserola Ridge. Situated just 15 kilometers from the center of Barcelona, Mount Tibidabo offers some splendid sights of Barcelona. Since its inception, the various rides and attractions have been continuously revamped and extended, to keep it appealing to visitors of all ages.
Miramiralls Hall of Mirrors has several concave-convex mirrors on display, warping and distorting images. Originally installed at the Tibidabo funicular stations, these mirrors attached huge audiences. From 2008, it was moved to the Hall of Mirrors at the amusement park.
One of the most popular attractions of Tibidabo is the L'Avió airplane ride. Also known as the Red Aeroplane of Tibidabo, it simulates the feeling of going in an early 20th-century plane. The last work of the great Dr. Andreu, the attraction is a replica of the first aircraft to fly between the two metropolitans of Barcelona and Madrid.
The Automata Museum is one the greatest collection of automatic machines in the world. With devices from across Europe, dating from as far back as 1880, the collection attracted the attention of Walt Disney, who was interested in purchasing it.
Some pieces, such as “The Mandolin Clown,” “The Prodigious Orchestra,” and “Lay Monyos” date as far back as 1880, and only since 1982, have become part of the Automata Museum. L'Embruixabruixes, known initially as the aerial railway, was the first major ride at Tibidabo. It underwent several renovations, and with multiple technological innovations and light, sound and visual effects, great views of Barcelona can be seen during the ride. Opposite the amusement park, at the summit of Mount Tibidabo, there is a beautiful church, called the Sagrat Cor. built in 1806, it underwent renovations in 1902. The Neo-Gothic church was designed and constructed by the prolific architect Enric Sagnier. A statue dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, it is one of the most popular tourist attraction on the outskirts of Barcelona.
Please take a printout of the voucher and show it at the meeting point. You can take the funicular railway all the way to the theme park. Since the park was built during the beginning of the 20th century, you will feel a whimsical and cartoonish atmosphere all around/
You can experience a wide range of attractions, from roller coaster rides to street theatres. A thrilling day awaits you, as you go aboard the various joyrides in the park. The atmosphere of Tibidabo is amicable, with people parading about in fancy dresses and wide array of colors visible throughout. Additionally, several cafés and restaurants with scenic views, picnic areas, and other amenities are present, giving you a break from the rides at the park.
The combination of old-fashioned rides with the modern ones gives you a unique experience, that isn’t possible anywhere else in the world. With panoramic views of Barcelona, as you are suspended 500 meters above Barcelona on the large Ferris wheel, Giradabo, or flying around on the Red Aeroplane, you will see a different side of Barcelona. You are guaranteed to have a thoroughly enjoyable day at the Tibidabo Amusement Park.
- Admission to all rides and attractions in the park
- Pick up and drop off
Know Before You Go
The Sky Walk opens at 11am (the site of the belvederes and the Park's landmark rides and attractions).
The park is open from 11 AM and closes anywhere between 5 PM and as late as 11 PM. In order to view the exact park timings on the day which you’re planning to visit, please click here.
The gondola of the ferris wheel Giradabo is adapted for the disabled.
Strict Cancellation Policy
This experience cannot be cancelled, amended or rescheduled.
How To Use Your Tickets
You will receive an email with your Tibidabo Amusement Park Entrance ticket voucher shortly. Please take a print of this. Just show the printed voucher along with a valid photo ID at the meeting point of the tour.
Tibidabo Square, 3-4 08035 Barcelona
How to get there
Tibibús T2A: plaça Catalunya (stop located on the corner of plaça de Catalunya and Rambla Catalunya). From 10.15am on days when the amusement Park is open.
Tibibús T2B: from Vall d'Hebrón, stop next Metro L3, Vall d'Hebrón.
FGC + Tranvia Blau (closed from February 2018) + Funicular del Tibidabo.
FGC + bus 196 + Funicular del Tibidabo.
The ticket is valid only for the date and time for which you’ve scheduled the booking.