Our Top 23 Things to do in Valencia with Kids

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It’s hard to run out of things to do in Valencia, Spain with kids. It is a very family-friendly place. Not only are there plenty of fun things to do in Valencia, but the people are also extremely accommodating to families.

It’s hard to run out of things to do in Valencia, Spain with kids. Not only are there plenty of fun things to do in Valencia, but the people are also extremely accommodating to families. People on the street and on buses go out of their way to give strollers the right-of-way, and kids are welcomed wherever they go. There is so much to do in Valencia. Read our favorite 23 things to do in Valencia with kids, and enjoy your travel to Valencia!

THINGS TO DO IN VALENCIA WITH KIDS

People on the street and on buses go out of their way to give strollers the right-of-way, and kids are welcomed wherever they go. Store owners often dote on babies while their parents check out, and the al fresco dining culture here is made even better by the number of small parks and open spaces for kids to run around.

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Valencia Opera House View from Turia Park

There is so much to do here, as well. Below is our favorite 23 things to do in Valencia with kids, but this is only part of a growing list of fun family experiences in Valencia we’re compiling. I am sure to return to this post and update it as we get to know the city better.

Falleras in Valencia on the street

MUSEUMS AND HISTORICAL SITES

There are plenty of fascinating museums and historical sites in Valencia, and having most of them within walking distance of each other makes the days in Valencia go by quickly.

Many museums are free of charge on Sundays, but be reminded that many are closed on Mondays. Some (but not all) of these venues may be closed during the Spanish siesta (lunch/break) hours, which are usually from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm. More museums listed in the “Parks and Open Spaces” section below.

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Torres de Serranos

In front of Torres de Serrano Valencia Spain, Girl eating chocolate candy

Built in 1392, this Gothic gateway is one of the oldest and best preserved structures in the city. There were twelve gates to this once-walled city. Now there are two: Torres de Serranos and the Torres de Quart.

You can climb these Torres de Serranos (go on Sundays when it’s free). Overlooking the old quarter on one side and the park and Bellas Artes museum on the other, the view from the top is impressive. The roads south from here go straight to Plaza de Virgin and the heart of the old town’s El Carmen district.

Torres de Quart

Our top 23 Things to do in Valencia - Torres de Quart 740

Another gate to the city, Torres de Quart is located west of the city quarter and was built between 1441 and 1460. You can walk there in less than 15 min from Torres de Serranos.

The road through the gate (Carrer de Quart) to the Plaza de la Virgen takes you right through Plaza del Tossal where there are a number of good tapas restaurants. We love La Pilareta at the corner here.

Also on this road (which becomes Carrer del Cavallers) is the Toy Soldier Museum mentioned below. The walk between the tower and Plaza de la Virgen is roughly 10 minutes.

Both Torres de Serranos and Torres de Quart are open Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 am. Closing time is 7:00pm for Spring/Summer (Mar 15-Oct 14), 6:00pm for Fall/Winter (Oct 15-Mar 14), and 3:00pm for Sundays/Holidays. Closed on Mondays. Admission is 2.00€ for adults, 1.00€ for kids, but free on Sundays/Holidays.

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El Carmen / Plaza de la Virgen

Plaza de la Virgen, Valencia: Our Top 23 Things to do in Valencia with Kids

Valencia is an old city, and you feel the age most in places like El Carmen, which is one of its oldest districts. Winding alleys are filled with cathedrals, basilicas, open air restaurants and cafes. The heart of this district is the Plaza de la Virgen. Its fountain was once the city’s forum when Rome ruled the area (look for the Latin inscription in the stones).

This is a great place to relax with a coffee or cocktail and let the kids chase pigeons and gawk at the various tourists, skateboarders and buskers that frequent the area. The Valencia Cathedral is just around the corner, and it is spectacular — some of you will be interested to know that this cathedral claims to house the Holy Grail. Go see it for yourself.

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Almoina Archaeological Center

Almoina Archaeological Center: Our Top 23 Things to do in Valencia with Kids

Founded by the Romans, ruled by the Moors, and conquered by the Crusaders, Valencia has some serious history, and the old quarter is full of winding alleys and dusty cathedrals. At this archaeological museum, you can see remnants of entire societies that have long gone.

There are Roman baths, archways and nymphaeums, among other structural remnants, all under one roof. Some exhibits have multi-media elements. You can hear voice actors portraying Roman soldiers as they describe what they see at different times and places. There are also a number screens showing CG recreations of various ruins to give you an idea of what they looked like in their prime.

Almoina Archaeological Center: Open between 10:00am and 8:00pm from Tuesday to Saturday, and open on Sundays and Holidays from 10:00am to 3:00pm. Admission is 2.00€, but free on Sundays and Holidays. It’s located close to Valencia Cathedral, behind Real Basílica De Nuestra Señora De Los Desamparados, on Plaça Dècim Juni Brut.

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Museo de Bellas Artes de Valencia

Inside of Museo de Bellas Artes de Valencia: Our Top 23 Things to do in Valencia with Kids

Spain is a predominantly Catholic country, and some of the country’s most important religious art is in this museum. Set in a renovated Baroque building, the walls here are covered mostly with images of Jesus, Mary and Saint Sebastian. There are many works by Van Dyck, Murillo, Velázquez and Goya.

At first, my kids were in awe of the golden altarpieces, but quickly grew bored. This place is a must-see if you are interested in art history, but keep this in mind.

Museo de Bellas Artes de Valencia is open from 10:00am to 8:00pm Tuesday through Sunday. You can walk from Torres de Serranos in less than 10 min. Admission free.

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L’Iber Museo de Los Soldaditos de Plomo (Toy Soldiers Museum)

War Scene at L'Iber Museo de Los Soldaditos de Plomo (Toy Soldiers Museum): Our Top 23 Things to do in Valencia with Kids

Nearly a million toy soldiers under one roof, with approx. 80,000 on display at a time. It didn’t sound that exciting to us at first, but we wanted to check it out anyway.

The first few rooms were just different miniature battalions in different miniature clothes with different miniature weapons, but then we discovered another room, and then another. This is much more than just soldiers, we discovered.

Display of People gathering at Toy Soldier's Museum: Our Top 23 Things to do in Valencia with Kids

There were scenes re-enacted from ancient Rome, Egypt, and the Aztec Empire. We saw renderings of Batman, Lionel Messi, Gandhi, Saddam Hussein and Hitler.

There were dioramas with tenaciously detailed battles scenes — containing hundreds and hundreds of soldiers, their horses and their equipment — from wars that we had never even heard of. It went on and on. Very interesting history for adults, and interesting figure details for kids.

FYI: Some displays have elements of sex or violence (naked slaves, Attila the Hun holding a severed head, etc), but nothing that can’t either be handled by older kids or avoided by younger.

L’Iber Museo de Los Soldaditos de Plomo (The Toy Soldiers Museum) is open between 11:00am and 2:00pm, and reopens 4:00pm till 7:00pm on Wednesdays through Sundays. During the Summer (July and August), they are open 10:00am to 2:00pm, and reopen 3:00pm till 8:00pm everyday. Admission is 5.00€ for adults, 3.00€ for students under 26 y/o, free for kids under 4 y/o. Unlike many museums in Valencia, you will still need to pay on Sundays. 

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Museo Nacional de Ceramica y Artes Suntuarias Gonzalez Marti  (a.k.a. The National Ceramics Museum)

Inside of Museo Nacional de Ceramica y Artes Suntuarias Gonzalez Marti  (a.k.a. The National Ceramics Museum): Our Top 23 Things to do in Valencia with Kids
The name of this unfeasibly beautiful building is somewhat misleading, as it houses quite a bit more than ceramics.

Once a wealthy merchant’s mansion, every wall and ceiling is adorned with opulent detail, and gorgeous furniture and paintings. This isn’t the kind of stuff that keeps most kids entranced for long. So, once you pass the carved musculature of the front entrance and buy a ticket, walk toward the ornately decorated horse carriages on the first floor. You might keep them interested for a spell.

Entrance of National Ceramics Museum: Our Top 23 Things to do in Valencia with Kids

Museo Nacional de Ceramica y Artes Suntuarias Gonzalez Marti is located at Carrer del Poeta Querol, 2, about 5 min walk from Plaza de Reina. They are open 10:00am-2:00pm/4:00pm-8:00pm from Tuesdays to Saturdays, and 10:00am-2:00pm on Sundays. Admission is 3.00€ for adults, and free for kids under 18 y/o or seniors over 65 y/o.

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The Fallas Museum (MUSEO FALLERO)

The Fallas Museum (MUSEO FALLERO): Things to do in Valencia with Kids

Valencia’s biggest festival is known as Las Fallas, where each year local artisans build large, ornately decorated figures and statues. Once completed, their work is placed in public squares all around the city and ceremoniously burned to the ground.

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It’s a spectacle, to be sure, and some might say a bit of wasted effort. It’s because so much work goes into their construction only to see them in ashes on the festival’s final night. Well, the good news is that some are saved every year, and many of them are placed in this museum. So if you’re not in Valencia during the festival in March, then you should definitely come to see what it’s all about here.

Opening dates/hours for the Falles Museum are 10:00am-2:00pm/4:30pm-8:30pm for Tuesdays to Saturdays (closed for Spanish lunch hours) and 10:00am-3:00pm for Sundays and public holidays. It is located at Plaza Monteolivete 4, Valencia, in front of the EMT bus station “Montolivet – Pere Aleixandre” (Bus stop ID: 1765), which is very close to The Palau de les Arts Reina Sofía Opera house.

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The Falleras Artists Workshops

This place is located north west of town and is called “Ciutat Fallera,” or Fallera city. It is not the easiest place to access, but if you’ve seen some of the creations that these guys make for Fallas, then it’s completely worth it to visit and see them crafting their latest work.

The Falleras Artists Workshops: Our Top 23 Things to do in Valencia with Kids

By most accounts (including our own), the artists of falleros allow you to walk into their warehouse studios and witness them at work. One guy even made an effort to tell us more about what he was working on, but don’t expect them to stop what they’re doing for you.

Be respectful, and stay out of their way. There is another museum of saved Fallas statues here, as well, along with more detail on how they are made and the evolution of the earliest fallas statues (18th Century) to the spectacle that they have become today.

The Falleras Artists Workshops: Our Top 23 Things to do in Valencia with Kids

The warehouses are located on Carrer de Carles Cortina in the area called “Ciutat Fallera.” It will take about a 30-min bus ride (bus #28) from the bus station in front of Museo de Bellas Artes de Valencia. The best time to visit is probably a little after noon. If you go there too early, many might still be closed. The Museum of the Falles Artists of València nearby and worth a visit (3.00€ for adults, 2.50€ for kids) The museum is open for 10:00am-2:00pm/4:00pm-7:00pm from Mondays to Fridays, and from 10:00am-3:00pm on Saturdays. Unlike many museums in Valencia old city area, it is closed on Sunday.

PARKS, PLAYGROUNDS AND OPEN SPACES

Do your kids need some space to burn off some energy? Mine certainly do, and Valencia has plenty of beautiful, well-managed and car-free open spaces. After the last few years in Southeast Asia, my wife and I now enjoy walking through the park or the city with very little concern about anyone getting clobbered by a car or motorcycle.

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The Turia Garden Park

Jardin de Turia Garden Park near Torres de Serranos- Things to do in Valencia with Kids

Before 1957, the Turia river flowed through the center of Valencia. Then it overflowed and flooded the city. Afterwards, in a commendable feat of engineering and urban planning, the Valencian government diverted the river and turned the remaining riverbed into a nine-kilometer-long public park. It replete with playgrounds, waterways, gardens, skate parks, jogging and biking lanes, public exercise equipment, football pitches and a wide variety of other sports fields.

Things to do in Valencia with Kids: Jardin de Turia Garden Park Walking Path

Locals walk the park after meals and on weekends, and you really could spend an entire day walking or biking the park to see what fun you’ll find.

The park is bookended by the Bioparc in the west and the City of Arts and Sciences in the east (see below). It’s long, snake-like shape has made it difficult to get a picture that truly shows how awesome this park actually is (here’s the Google Maps view from Torres Serranos). Just imagine a park nine kilometers long and slightly wider than two football fields.

I’ll start with the zoo on the west side and then move the park’s east where there is lots of fun things to do with kids..

Bioparc Valencia

Rhinoceros running at Bioparc Valencia: Our Top 23 Things to do in Valencia with Kids

The west side of the park has one this a pretty unique zoo. And while I rarely endorse zoos, I found Valencia’s Bioparc to be one of the best ones I’ve ever seen.

It’s designed so that visitors seem to be sneaking a peek at animals in the wild as opposed to gawking at creatures in cages. The spaces are incredibly well designed. Most creatures have more space than normally seen in similarly-sized zoos. Our kids felt like the animals were often within touching distance. (and in the case of the lemurs, they were).

Lemurs in Bioparc Valencia: Our Top 23 Things to do in Valencia with Kids

Bioparc opens at 10:00am everyday (except Dec 25), closing time varies between 6:00pm and 9:00pm depending on the season. Admission is 23.80€ for adults, 18.00€ for 4-12 y/o, 17.50€ for over 65 y/o, free for under 4 y/o. No re-entry is permitted. No food nor drinks allowed, except for water in a plastic bottle.

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Palau de la Musica

Palau de la Musica Valencia: Things to do in Valencia with kids

The beautiful glass exterior of the Palau de la Musica makes it look more like a greenhouse than a symphony hall. There are a variety of concerts happening here every week, with tickets price between 4€ and 40€. What I’m recommending here, however, isn’t necessarily what’s inside.

On warmer weekends, the plaza outside the building can fill with locals sitting on picnic baskets, or zipping around the fountain on roller blades. Members of local hipster swing dance club often bring their speakers down and practice their moves for passers by. There are many passers by, as the parks paths run right through the plaza, so joggers, bikers, skateboarders and grandmas out for a stroll all pass this point.

Gulliver Park

Remember of the story of Gulliver’s Travels? Where he woke up on the beach tied down by a race of tiny people? Well now imagine a playground that looks like Gulliver himself and that your kids are the little people.

Overview of Gulliver Park Valencia: Our Top 23 Things to do in Valencia with Kids

In a clever piece of construction, the builders of Gulliver Park crafted the biggest toy in the city. The ropes that once held him down are now for kids to climb onto him, and his hair, his shoe and the sides of his jacket have been transformed into slides.

Girl at Gulliver Park: Our Top 23 Things to do in Valencia with Kids

Gulliver Park is open 10:00am-8:00pm, and on the weekend, there are mobs of kids there. If you want the place to yourself, however, arrive on a weekday afternoon during siesta time.

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THE CITY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

Panoramic Picture of THE CITY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES: Our Top 23 Things to do in Valencia with Kids

Once you’ve seen the rustic old-Europe part of Valencia, follow the Turia Garden Park to its southeastern tip to see the futuristic side of the city.

They call this a “city,” but in actuality it is a series of museums, performance halls and other venues that look straight out of a Star Trek movie. In fact, you don’t really have to buy tickets to any of these places to enjoy them, although your options open up quite a bit more if you do. See below.

Príncipe Felipe Science Museum

Príncipe Felipe Science Museum: Our Top 23 Things to do in Valencia with Kids

Simply approaching this building makes you feel like you’ve entered the future. In fact, just wandering around the area here may be enough to keep your kids entertained for a while. When you’re ready, head inside, buy a ticket and head up the escalators.

Like any good science museum (such as in Malaysia and in Japan), there are dozens of hands-on activities to keep you and the kids interested and occupied. With enough English-language signage, you know what you’re doing. You can easily spend all day here.

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The Science Museum opens daily from 10:00am (even on Monday). Admission to the museum is 8.00€ for adults and 6.20€ for kids. Close to Carrefour El Saler. You can take EMT bus #95 from “Torres dels Serrans – Comte de Trénor” (Bus stop ID: 771), and get off at “Professor López Piñero (par) – Ciutat de la Justícia” (Bus stop ID: 2042). 

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The Hemisfèric

The Hemisfèric: Our Top 23 Things to do in Valencia with Kids

This place may look like the headquarters of a James Bond villain, but it’s actually Valencia’s place for IMAX-style movies, planetarium exhibits and laser shows. Hemisfèric is located next to Príncipe Felipe Science Museum.

Admission is 8.80€ for adults and 6.85€ for kids. If you buy combined tickets with Science Museum, admission will be discounted to 12.60€ for adults, 9.60€ for kids for both venue.

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Oceanogràfic

Oceanogràfic Valencia: Our Top 23 Things to do in Valencia with Kids

Walk further east and you end up at a new set of sci-fi structures. Indeed, Valencia’s Oceanographic was the backdrop to much of Disney’s George Clooney vehicle, Tomorrowland, in 2015. Designed by Félix Candela, this is the largest aquarium in Europe. They have, like many other aquariums, dolphin shows, which we do not like, but the main venue has some impressive tanks. Be aware that some exhibits may be closed for maintenance during the low season.

Oceanogràfic is open from 10:00am to 6:00pm Sundays through Friday. On Saturdays they are open until 8:00pm. Admission is 28.50€ for adults, 21.50€ for kids 4-12 y/o and seniors over 65 y/o, free for kids under 4 y/o. You can access Oceanogràfic by bus #95 from Torres de Serranos. There are several options for discounted tickets when combining Science Museum and/or Hemispheric.

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The Palau de les Arts Reina Sofía Opera House

Palau de les Arts Reina Sofía Opera house: Our Top 23 Things to do in Valencia with Kids

This venue hosts the opera, dance performances, recitals and other forms of theatrical arts. The Berklee College of Music has its Valencia campus here.

There are guided tours of the building twice a day on weekdays, which takes you not only through the four halls inside, but also to the terrace and garden area located near the top of the building. It’s an amazing building.

Don’t want the tour? Just walking around the building is enjoyable. There’s a cafe just north of the building in the park that’s good for a beer, soda, coffee or snack break. Your kids can run around in the surrounding fountains and gardens while you enjoy a beverage at the nearby tables.

The Palau de les Arts Reina Sofía Opera house is located at Avenida del Professor López Piñero. If interested in watching a performance there, check with their Box Office. Guided tours are offered at 11:30am and 1:00pm, Monday to Friday for 8.00€ for adults, 6.00€ for seniors. 

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The Umbracle

The Umbracle, decorative walking path: Our Top 23 Things to do in Valencia with Kids

This is called a park, but it’s more like a decorative walking path by the Hemisfèric and Science Museum. It could also classify as an open-air art gallery with sculptures by contemporary artists (including Yoko Ono), but it’s nowhere you’re going to spend hours of time.

Club events happen here some nights, but during the daytime, it’s nice to walk through and snap a few pictures. On one side is the Science Museum, and on the other you’ll find a bus stop (#95 that goes back to Torres de Serranos and the old town). Beyond the bus stop and across the road is the El Saler Shopping Complex with a huge Carrefour Supermarket. You can find groceries or cheap pair of jeans. Also Zara, Foot Locker, Vodafone and more.

MARKETS & SHOPPING

If you’re in need of a mall or department store, just seek out the nearest branch of El Corte Ingles or head to somewhere like Aqua north of the Science museum. Below, however, are our favorite places to shop, window-shop, buy food or just snack and people watch.

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Central Market

The Central Market exterior: Things to do in Valencia with Kids

Spanish food is beautiful. Spanish markets are too, and Valencia’s Central Market is one of the most beautiful ones in Europe. It’s considered one of the oldest European markets still in operation, as well. Moorish design influences mix with art-deco to create a building that’s stunning to take in.

Then there’s the food: heaping piles of meat, fish and produce perfectly arranged, in addition of specialty stands for cheeses, wines, oils and others. This market is special. If you plan to visit other markets in the city (see them below), save the Central Market for last if you can.

The Central Market Inside: Things to do in Valencia with Kids

Michelin-starred chef, Ricard Camarena has a stand here in the market and it’s definitely worth stopping in. For one, it’s the cheapest way to eat at an establishment like his (this is casual food here, and it’s not too expensive) and for two, the raucous market atmosphere makes it easy to eat here with loud kids and not feel self-conscious.

My kids like to buy fruit here: strawberries, grapes, oranges or chirimoya, depending on the season. And for me, I go straight to the ham and the guys selling olives stuffed with octopus, sun-dried tomatoes and anchovies.

Located at Plaza del Merkat. Open Monday to Saturday from 7:00am to 3:00pm. Closed on Sundays.

I’m quite sure you’d enjoy, but if you must…, read what others say about Central Market.

Colon and the Colon Market

Colon Market Valencia: Our Top 23 Things to do in Valencia with Kids

For both High street and bargain shopping, the Colon district is ideal. There are two El Corte Ingles shopping centers here, as well as heaps of shops, restaurants and cafes on the side streets. There’s also an Abacus Store, which carries all sorts of arts & crafts materials. They also have school supplies for kids, maps and a decent selection of English books.

On the southern end of Colon is the Colon Market, a beautiful art deco open-air pavilion with many places to stop for a snack and shop. The surrounding square of streets offer plenty of stores specializing in kids items: toys, infant wear and unique kids’ clothes.

Colon Market Inside: Our Top 23 Things to do in Valencia with Kids

Colon market is more for shopping, coffee and cakes, and dining than an actual grocery market. They do have specialty shops on the basement level for produce, seafood, meats, wine and cheese. Colon market, however, is more about enjoying the building’s ambiance and people watching while you sip a coffee and chat with family and friends.

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The Russafa Market

Russafa market fruit: Things to do in Valencia with Kids

This is my neighborhood market, and while it isn’t the biggest or the most beautiful, it has its significant charms. The area surrounding it — called Russafa — has been compared to Brooklyn in NYC. It was once a working-class/immigrant neighborhood that’s quickly transforming into coffee shops, design firms and yoga studios. It’s grittier than the more classically European old town, and with a significantly larger number of vegan restaurants and noserings. We like the mix of old and new here.

OTHER FUN

Valencia CF Stadium: Our Top 23 Things to do in Valencia with Kids

Valencia CF Stadium Tour

Soccer/Football fans will enjoy this, as my son certainly did. Valencia has two La Liga/Champions League teams, and the most well-known one is the eponymously-named Valencia CF.

The stadium is a 10-minute walk from Turia Park, and there are guided tours several times a day. Our guide spoke English, Spanish and Italian, and gave us a thorough exploration of the facilities, which included the locker room, the press room and the trophy room.

It’s hard to run out of things to do in Valencia, Spain with kids. Not only are there plenty of fun things to do in Valencia, but the people are also extremely accommodating to families. People on the street and on buses go out of their way to give strollers the right-of-way, and kids are welcomed wherever they go. There is so much to do in Valencia. Read our favorite 23 things to do in Valencia with kids, and enjoy your travel to Valencia!

It’s hard to run out of things to do in Valencia, Spain with kids. Not only are there plenty of fun things to do in Valencia, but the people are also extremely accommodating to families. People on the street and on buses go out of their way to give strollers the right-of-way, and kids are welcomed wherever they go. There is so much to do in Valencia. Read our favorite 23 things to do in Valencia with kids, and enjoy your travel to Valencia!

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Yelmo Movie Theater

Keen to go to the movies but want to see your film in English? This theater is your best bet. Look for “V.O.S.E” (original version with Spanish subtitles) next to your choice. Yelmo is on Avenida de Tirso de Molina 16. It’s less than 10 min walk from Turia metro station and less than 10 minutes from an entrance to the Jardin de la Turia.

The theater is located at Centro Comercial Mercado de Campanar. Avda. de Tirso de Molina, nº16. Valencia. Ticket is 5.90 € (Monday to Thursday) or 7,90 € (Other days) for Adults and 5.90 € for Children under 13 years. Movies on Wednesdays are 4.50€. You can find movie times (in Spanish) here.

CONCLUSION

I hope this post helps you get the most out of you time in Valencia with kids. There are many more kid-friendly things to do in Valencia, and we plan to check them out. This list is just what we’re familiar with so far. I’m sure that I will add more to this list the longer we stay here.

Read Our Complete Guide To Valencia for How to get around, Where to eat and stay, and more!

Have you been to Valencia? What did you enjoy the most? Where did you go? Where did you eat? I would love to hear from you if you are traveling to Valencia with kids and if you have anything you would like to know about Valencia. Leave a comment below or contact me directly.

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