If you are looking for an interesting and fun time, the MIBA Museum may be the place you would want to check out. The museum looks to encourage individuals in entrepreneurship and innovations by providing inspiration.
Some of what you will see when visiting the museum includes a wristband measuring UV rays, a slide allowing you to go from floor to floor, periscope for you to see what is under your feet and more. The museum also holds temporary exhibitions for you to check out and some they have previously had are Futour, giving you a tour to the future and The Horror Chamber featuring some of the scariest inventions in the world.
General admission to the museum is €8 for an adult, €6 for children younger than 12 and children under four are free. The museum is located in the city center in the Cuitat Vella which you can reach by taking the L4 metro to the Juame I stop or taking bus 17, 45, 120 or V17.
Carrer de la Ciutat, 7
933 327 930
Weekdays from 10am-2pm and from 4pm-7pm
Saturdays from 10am-8pm
Sundays and holidays from 10am-2pm
How to get there:
L4 metro stop Juame I or bus 17, 45, 120 and V17.