- Kart and Fun
- La Noria de Malaga
- Principia Science Centre
- Aqualand Torremolinos
- Tivoli World
- Crocodile Park Torremolinos
- Museo Alborania
- Interactive Museum of Music
Things to do with the kidsMalaga · 10 Items · Rolando Quesnel · View in Story Mode
Handpicked by a Malaga Local Expert, we bring you our guide to 'Things to do with the kids'.
There's plenty to keep children occupied in and around Málaga, whether it's interactive museums or avoiding being eaten by crocodiles, there's never a dull moment.
VRFun boasts four VR rooms where you can experience the intense 3D sensations of amazing real landscapes of our planet, flying through canyons, over mountains and under the ocean, or you can explore digital worlds of fantasy and adventure. There are games, fantastic journeys, epic battles and exciting challenges. Virtual Reality is the ability to see a virtual image in your headset that feels real More info
Beclimb is a fully equipped state of the art climbing centre that has practice walls for all levels of climbing and training. You can enjoy a fun day with the family or friends, and try your hand at different techniques and levels of difficulty. If you want to get serious you can take courses for training, and carry on outdoors on real cliffs which abound in Malaga province. Either way, there's so More info
This outdoor Kart track is situated next to Plaza Mayor. It has 270cc karts on this sinuous but fairly compact track. Ideal for groups, families and stag parties. More info
La Noria is the Malaga ferris wheel. Every city has one and ours is right on the portside, which affords views across the old quarter, the cathedral and moorish palace on to the hills beyond. You also get great views down the coast in either direction for 30kms, The wheel has a diameer of 70 metres and has 42 cabines. Its open from 1030 hours until 2130, or 2230 on saturday. The trip is three revo More info
Principia is an interactive science museum that shares scientific and technological knowledge with the general public in an entertaining and educational way, without losing any scientific context. At Principia, the interactive experience with the exhibits provokes reflection and engagement, encouraging visitors to think and investigate the scientific basis of natural phenomena in the world for th More info
Aqualand Torremolinos is the largest water park on the Costa del Sol. It is a wonderland of adrenalin-fueled fun, splashful chaos, and wonderfully varied water toboggans and slides. The Kamikaze is the king, a 22 metre high slide that is not for the faint-hearted, and it's the highest in Europe. There are three, yes three, variations on the tubular toboggan, and several multi-slides where you More info
Tivoli World is a good old-fashioned amusement park, much of which could have been lifted out of an old movie. There's roller coasters and log flumes, haunted houses and candyfloss a-plenty. Two of the largest rides are fairly modern and mildly terrifying: the 90 metre freefall and the Dragon, the revolving bench guaranteed to spin your head around. There's bumper cars, old school merry-go-rounds, More info
The Crocodile Park is actually a park full of Crocodiles. Big ones. Lots of them! This attraction lets you get up close and personal with the prehistoric monsters, and there are dozens to be seen, and featuring one of the largest animals in Europe, called Paco. Well, why not, we are in Spain. They have plenty of smaller ones as well, and there's nothing so strange as manhandling a baby croc, with More info
Suitably located on the port side in Muelle Uno, the Alborania museum is named after the sea that surrounds Málaga. This end part of the Mediterranean that leads to the Atlantic is known as the Alboran Sea and this museum illuminates its secrets, its ecology and the locals' relationship to it. It is essentially an educational museum, and very much aimed at families and children, with a full progr More info
A museum where you can not just look at the instruments, but learn to play all sorts of them, from different eras and cultures. This is a museum that is primarily educational with an extensive programme of events, workshops, recitals and concerts. It is great fun, dynamic and quite different to things set in glass cabinets. A great place to take kids or for anyone with a passing musical interest. More info
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