The Bosc de les Fades is part of the Wax Museum and can be accessed
both by the museum and the free-form street, there is no
need to visit the exhibition. The restaurant is open from the time the Museum opens until dawn.
Known for its eccentric decoration, the bar is full of trees and jungle vegetation, with a roof full of stars, a passage with a bridge that passes over a fountain and a fairy bathing. Dwarves, waterfalls, a bedroom with a woman levitating in a corner. You will hear owls and crickets; every now and then they turn off the lights and it sounds like rain and thunder falls. It is definitely the ideal place to have a drink in a couple or in a group.
The price of drinks and food is not exactly very cheap, but for the location and decor of the place, it’s worth it. The restaurant serves tapas, sandwiches, coffees and refreshments. If you are in the area, either because you have gone to visit the Aquarium, the Maritim Reial Drassanes Museum or you are just strolling down the Ramblas, you should consider visiting this restaurant out of a fairy tale.