For those on family holidays, Pamplona has a wide array of entertainment options available that will make your visit to the city and unforgettable one. It is one of the greenest and most biodiverse cities in Spain. Here you can have fun while playing the Galaxy Garden interactive game recreating the Milky Way, or just take a walk through the main gardens and parks in town as you fill in your Explorer’s Log (you can get your copy at the Tourist Office). “Escape Bull” is an escape game to be played using 16 clues along the track fo the Running of the Bulls. However, if you are into treasure finding, Pamplona has two geocaching routes for you.
In addition, you will find different museums and interpretation centres with didactic and fun exhibitions and activities that bring their contents closer to your little ones, such as the Museum of Navarra, the Occidens exhibition at the Santa María la Real Cathedral, the San Pedro Environmental Education Museum, the General Archives of Navarra or the Planetarium.
Very close to Pamplona you will also find further leisure facilities and activities for children: Rocópolis, in Berrioplano, is a climbing centre with a covered aerial adventure park; Salting Iruña, in Oricáin, is a a space designed for jumping with more than 50 horizontal and vertical trampolines; the Ice Palace of Huarte is ideal to enjoy skating on an ice rink.
School farms are another option to have a great time with the family: Ultzama in Lizaso, Xuberoa in Iguzkun and Gure Sustraiak in Ollo offer guided tours and workshops every weekend and on public holidays.
Museum And Exhibits
Exhibition for children called "Children's Cathedral", in which 10 items from the cathedral have been shrunk to bring them closer to the little ones.
Environmental Education Museum
It allows the whole family to learn more about the natural resources of the Basin of Pamplona.
Museum of Navarra
It offers adapted materials for children to learn and have fun during their visit to the collection, as they become guides for a day.
In addition to holding one of the largest vaults in the world, it has an intense program of screenings, talks and workshops.