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museums to visit with kids in Spain

Lot of museums and fun things to do with kids in Spain. Fun, free and cheap activities and places to go with children in Spain. Search for your favorite family days out in Spain.

Salt and Pepper Shaker Museum - Spain museum Alicante; Spain
When you find yourself in this part of the world stop by and see over 20,000 sets of Salt and Pepper Shakers from around the world and largest Pepper Mill collection!
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Museo del Convento de la Encarnacion museum Avila; Spain
The Monastery of the Incarnation, was founded in 1478 as Beaterio in houses next to the Puerta de San Vicente was the founder of Medina Elvira González.
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Wax Museum (Museo de Cera) museum Barcelona ; Spain
Time has come to a standstill and wax has come to life through some of the most prominent figures in the history of mankind
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Museu Nacional dArt de Catalunya museum Barcelona; Spain
The MNAC embraces all the arts and has the task of explaining the global discourse of Catalan Art from the Romanesque to the mid-twentieth century
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Picasso Museum (Museu Picasso) museum Barcelona; Spain
The Picasso Museum in Barcelona is a key reference for understanding the formative years of Pablo Ruiz Picasso
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Museum of the History of Catalonia museum Barcelona; Spain
The aim of the Museum of the History of Catalonia is to put the history of Catalonia on display and make people aware of their shared heritage, and so help them identify with their national history
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Barcelona Egyptian Museum (Museu Egipci de Barcelona) museum Barcelona; Spain
The Egyptian Museum of Barcelona is unique in Spain
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Museu de la Xocolata (Chocolate Museum) museum Barcelona; Spain
Chocolate Museum with lot of chocolate
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Museum de Arte Precolumbino museum Benalmadena; Spain
The two great civilizations of pre-Columbian America, Mesoamerica (Old Mexico) and Central Andes (Ancient Peru) are the two nuclei around which organizes the collection
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Euskal Museum museum Bilbao; Spain
Our Museum is located in a Baroque-style building in the Casco Viejo (Old Quarter) of Bilbao and was built to house a church and Jesuit School by the name of Colegio de San Andrés.
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