If you love going to the cinema, there’s no reason to let having a baby or small child stop you in Barcelona. In fact, there’s a cinema in the city with showings designed for going to the cinema with babies right in the center of the city. The cinema shows films in a baby-friendly environment for babies up to fifteen months. So the next time you want to go to the cinema with your baby, check out one of these great options.
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In addition to being a regular cinema for everyone to enjoy Cinema Maldà also hosts a cinema with babies experience on the first and third Saturdays of the month at twelve o’clock. The titles are announced a few days before and all films are in their original version language.
The space caters to parents with babies, offering a baby-friendly environment similar to a home. The cinema also has a bit of ambient light, softer sounds than the normal cinema, stroller access, changing tables in the hall outside, and soft music to listen to with your baby before the film begins. It’s recommended that parents only bring babies up to fifteen months old as older babies will have more mobility and begin to follow the images on the screen. The price is just six euros for adults and babies go for free.
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If you’re interested in meeting more families with babies, there’s a Meetup group that does all sorts of things together. Whether you are a single parent or you haven’t given birth yet to your baby, give Meetup a try. It’s a great way to meet new people and get some more ideas for great places to go with babies in Barcelona.
Cinema Maldà address: Carrer del Pi, 5, 08002 Barcelona
If you love the cinema and have a baby, going to the showing for parents and babies at Cinema Maldà is the perfect Saturday activity for you. You can sit back and relax in the cinema knowing that you have nearby changing stations and that everyone around you also has a baby and will be entirely understanding of any disruptions.
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