Tibidabo Park is a magical landmark in the city of Barcelona; a modern, renovated amusement park over 100 years old that respects the past, appreciates the present and is embracing the future.
Tibidabo Amusement Park offers visitors two different options: either walk through the Panoramic Area or enjoy all the Park’s rides and attractions
Tibidabo Park is packed with fun! A range of fresh, varied, high-quality leisure activities are on offer with over 30 original attractions for all ages: such as the classic roller coaster, the flying chairs and the Tibidabo Express train, and top-quality shows like the scary Hotel Krüeger and the fantastic puppet show in the Marionetarium, as well as entertainment en-route which makes your journey through the Park a show in itself.
During your visit, you’ll also be able to enjoy other services such as our restaurants and cafes with their wonderful views and indoor dining, picnic areas, and every service you need to make your visit as enjoyable as possible.
Panoramic viewing area:
The panoramic viewing area is the top of Tibidabo Park, the highest point in Barcelona, and from here you can enjoy the best views the city has to offer. A true balcony over Barcelona, where you’ll also find emblematic and historic attractions like the Big Wheel, the Vantage Point, the Aeroplane and the Automata Museum.
On the edge of Tibidabo in the Collserola mountains, you’ll also find the Collserola Telecommunications Tower - a major feat of engineering, 288m-high, built for the 1992 Barcelona Olympic Games and designed by architect Norman Foster. It is Barcelona’s tallest building and is located 560 metres above sea level. Go up the Collserola Telecommunications Tower to the panoramic 360° viewing area on the tenth floor for stunning views of the city of Barcelona and the surrounding metropolitan and Vallès areas.
The price includes:
- Access to all attractions and shows of Tibidabo Park (with limitations depending on the height)
Meeting point :
- Plaça Tibidabo 3-4, E-08035 - Barcelona
- From March to December: Weekends and holidays.
- July: From Wednesday to Sunday.
- August: Monday to Sunday.
- From 02/01 to 05/01
- 12/25, 12/26 and 01/01
- From 06/01 to 31/01
The Park is accessible to people with disabilities or reduced mobility.
- Restaurant with gluten-free products.
- Access by public transport to the Park adapted for people with disabilities or reduced mobility (Tibidabo Funicular, Tibibus from Plaça Catalunya, Tibidabo-Vall d'hebron car park + shuttle bus up to the Park and Tibibus from del Vallès).
- Paid parking spaces for people with disabilities who have the relevant parking card for the car park at the top of the Tibidabo.
- Purchase of tickets for people with disabilities exclusively in the Customer Service Office of the Park to give more personalized attention (it is essential to present the disability certificate or the card accrediting the disability.) Any of these two documents must be presented together with the DNI or the Passport).
Arriving Tibidabo Park by public transport:Direct by bus from Barcelona
- Bus T2A from Plaça Catalunya (bus stop at the corner Plaça Catalunya with Rambla Catalunya in front of the Desigual shop). Runs from 10.15am to 30 minutes after the closure, every day that the Tibidabo Park is open. Single ticket: 2.95 EUR
- FGC train (line L7) to “Av. Tibidabo” + Bus 196 + Tibidabo Funicular. The Funicular runs on weekends during February, and every day from March to December, except 25-26 December. Funicular ticket (with an entry ticket to the Park): 4.10 EUR / Funicular Ticket (without an entry ticket to the Park): 7.70 EUR
Term and conditions
- Redeem the voucher PRINTED on the day reserved at the ticket office.
- Cancellation: Once the experience has been bought, it can not be cancelled.