The Solidary Summer children’s project, which we have been working on for three years, involves giving solidarity organisations 100 free tickets per day for vulnerable children to be able to visit the Tibidabo Amusement Park over the summer with the primary aim of enabling children who cannot afford to come to the Park to spend a whole day there free of charge.

 

  • Requirements
     

The following entities and services can apply for tickets for the Solidary Summer Project:

 

  • Open Centers of the city of Barcelona. 
  • Barcelona City Council shelters for women and their daughters and sons who suffer from gender-based violence. 
  • Urban camps Baobabs. 
  • Entities caring for vulnerable children in the Children's Rights Network. 
  • Ciber classrooms of the programs Quedem a la sortida de classe and Tens talent.
  • Entities that care for vulnerable infants of the Xarxa del Drets dels Infants.

 

 

 

  • Period of validity of the tickets

The period to enjoy the tickets is from June 23, from Wednesday to Sunday and public holidays, to September 4 of 2022, both inclusive. You can check the Park's opening hours here.

Tickets include access to the Amusement Park, a return ticket with the Cuca de Llum, the new Tibidabo Funicular, and the TibiBus to the Estació Inferior del Funicular. Learn how to get there by clicking here.

 

 

  • How to request?

If you are part of one of the centers mentioned in the Requirements section, you must have received a form from Ajuntament de Barcelona to apply for tickets.

Special centres and/or social action

 

We offer rates reduced by 80% off our list prices for students in shelters, students from families in situations of conflicts, social cohesion centres, non-profit centres and special education students.  The entrance fee in these cases is €7; accompanying teaching staff come in for free.

 

Entries with this rate must be made with prior reservation through the following form.

 

To make a reservation it is essential to prove that you are an entity that serves people who are in risk of social exclusion and/or disadvantaged groups.