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Tivoli World

Tivoli World

Combining family-friendly shows with the rides of the modern-day amusement park, Tivoli World is the natural choice for a kid’s day out. All-in tickets are reasonably affordable, especially if bought cheaper online, and... Read More

Soho Málaga

Soho Málaga

Right downtown, this indoor children’s playground contains enough trampolines, inflatables and slides to keep the kids busy and active for hours. Formerly known as the Magic Park, it is open to the public from 4.30pm to 9.30pm Tuesday... Read More

Museo Interactivo de la Música

Museo Interactivo de la Música

Moving in June 2013 to a new downtown location, the Interactive Museum of Music is a wonderful family attraction. Instead of “Don’t Touch!”, signs here read, in two languages, “Please Play!”. The museum owns 1,000 instruments... Read More

Museo de Artes y Costumbres Populares

Museo de Artes y Costumbres Populares

Set in a former 17th-century tavern, Mesón de la Victoria, this entertaining and diverse collection focuses on everyday life and social customs in Malaga over recent centuries. Old kitchens and washrooms, clothes, toys and birthing... Read More

Museo de Aeropuertos y Transporte Aéreo

Museo de Aeropuertos y Transporte Aéreo

Boys – and dads – will love this modest collection of (mainly) post-war planes, and the adjoining original air terminal of the same era should be of interest to all. This was Malaga’s first airport, opened in 1948, one that opened... Read More

Crocodile Park

Crocodile Park

This popular attraction in Torremolinos, near Malaga Airport, comprises some 200 crocodiles, from baby ones that you can hold to Gran Paco, claimed as Europe’s biggest. There are four demonstrations a day, and a tour usually... Read More

Candado Beach

Candado Beach

Of the beaches that line the seafront from the city centre to way past El Palo, this is the best organised, cleanest and most convivial for families. It offers a quality restaurant, a sailing club and marina, with little coves... Read More

Aula del Mar

Aula del Mar

Set up as a centre for the study of the sea, this is now more a public aquarium. Comprising 30 tanks ranged in five rooms, the Aula del Mar has more than 1,000 species in its collection, including giant squids, rays and turtles. Though... Read More

Aquavelis Water Park

Aquavelis Water Park

This summer-only waterworld of flumes, slides, spirals, tubes and chutes includes the 80-metre Kamikaze high-speed descent into the water. There are 10 watery attractions in all, including the Zona Mini for under-8s. There’s also a... Read More


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