Amusement Parks and Zoos

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What can you do in Madrid? It would be quicker to say what you can’t do .... as in this city, you can explore the universe, see all kinds of animal species in real life, and learn to ski, enjoy nature in its purest state or let off adrenalin at unique attractions.  These are just some of the options that are on offer at leisure centres around Madrid. Don’t miss them!

The Casa de Campo welcomes you to the most complete amusment park in Spain, with 32 attractions to suit all tastes and ages.

The fauna of the five continents at the reach of the visitor in the Casa de Campo.

A shopping and leisure centre named after its Olympic-size ice rink.

Enjoy Madrid from the air (access via Pintor Rosales and Casa de Campo). Temporarily closed for works.

Much more than a zoo, the park has four different ecosystems and around 4,000 animals.

Discover Europe’s biggest interactive aquariums in a shopping mall, in Arroyomolinos.

Ski all year round on Spain's only indoor snow slope, located in Arroyomolinos, in the Intu Xanadú shopping centre, just twenty-three kilometres from the centre of the capital.

Exhibitions, workshops, projections and activities like star-gazing invite us on a journey to unravel the mysteries of the cosmos.

The largest immersive multi-player virtual reality centre in Madrid is in Arganzuela.

In San Martín de la Vega, just 20 km from Madrid city centre, you'll find this fabulous theme park.

This puppet theatre hosts fantastic shows for children most Saturdays and Sundays.

Embark on a fascinating journey through the history of Spain in a unique theme park in Toledo. Consult opening dates and times on the official website.

Enjoy the experience of flying in the first and only wind tunnel in Madrid.

Outlet shopping centre in Leganés, with the largest trampoline park in Madrid and a spectacular wind tunnel.

An adventure park set high in Navacerrada's trees with lots of different circuits and levels.

Spend an unforgettable day in the treetops in Guadarrama, only a 20-minute drive from Madrid.

This adventure park in Sierra Oeste is a special place for a family day out, delivering sensational experiences in Madrid.

Spain’s largest treetop adventure park is also amongst the largest in Europe.

Enjoy the latest releases and classic films at the largest drive-in cinema in Europe.

Circuit located in the north of Madrid, which hosted the Spanish Formula 1 and motorcycle Grand Prix for years.

A place for leisure and entertainment at Chamartín Station, including a huge roller rink.

As well as two 18 and 9-hole golf courses, this golf club has tennis and padel courts, a pool and a famous riding track.

Madrid Fly is the largest wind tunnel in Europe, the first in the Community of Madrid and the only one in the world that is fully adapted. In addition, there are also two escape rooms, including one for children.

Enjoy numerous experiences with friends and family at this Virtual Reality theme park in Arganda del Rey.

A city with over 30 thematic spaces, where children learn the value of work through play.

Enjoy this huge park in Torrejón de Ardoz, which features replicas of various European monuments.

Enjoy Europe's biggest water park, with 21 attractions in a beautiful setting near the Navacerrada mountain range. Next opening: June 14

Water slides, wave pools and a sandy beach are just some of the attractions of this water park in San Martin de la Vega.  Next opening: June 24

Commercial centre that reinvents the leisure and shopping experience, where you can  go scuba diving, climbing, surfing or skateboarding, in Alcorcón.


Children’s park where parents and kids alike can enjoy a magical space.

First experiential art gallery in Spain, located in Atocha, in front of the Reina Sofía Museum.

A museum in the ABC shopping centre, in Barrio de Salamanca district, showing the largest collection of robots in Europe.

First virtual reality space for multi-players in Europe.

Virtual reality space with two innovative games in which up to 16 players can simultaneously interact in Nuevos Ministerios.

Have fun with the family or friends at this karting circuit located at the La Ermita Commercial Centre, close to Madrid Río.

The largest video game campus in Europe is located in La Casa de Campo exhibition ground, a municipal project that promotes the growth of the video game industry and brings together companies, talent, enterprise, training, and dissemination.

A climbing wall located in the district of Arganzuela where you can enjoy climbing, for all levels and ages.

Leisure centre on the outskirts of Madrid with restaurants, a gym, Urban Planet, cinemas and many plans.

Your leisure space to enjoy your free time.  More than 20 restaurants, Kinépolis cinema, bowling alley, etc.  And many more plans close to the Metro!

  • If you like a challenge, then get ready to battle your way out of one of Madrid's locked rooms in less than an hour!  

    Escape Rooms
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Visit the house of the Spanish equivalent of the Tooth Fairy, a little mouse called Ratón Pérez.

Historical figures, celebrities, artists, sports personalities and politicians from various eras all seem to come alive in this museum.



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