Tibidabo’s Automata Museum houses more than 40 pieces from the 19th and 20th centuries, and is a real gem within Barcelona's Catalogue of Museums. Here you’ll find automata and models from different countries. The oldest is the Pallasso Mandolinista, which dates from 1880. The Park’s most recent acquisition was The Gaüs Brothers or The Balancing of The World in 2005, designed and build by the Museum’s curator Lluís Ribas.
Opened every day. Check the schedule of the Panoramic Area and the Amusement Park clicking here.
You can go on this ride: > 90 cm
You must be accompanied: 0 - 90 cm
Space adapted for wheelchairs