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Our most recommended Bavaria Theme Parks & Amusement Parks

Nuremberg: PLAYMOBIL®- FunPark

1. Nuremberg: PLAYMOBIL®- FunPark

Explore the PLAYMOBIL-FunPark which spreads over an area of more than 90,000 m² and is specially designed for children between 4 and 10 years old. Enjoy the exciting theme worlds where your little ones have a lot of space to play and run. The whole family can enjoy the Aktiv Park with many possibilities to climb, play and discover. Children can go on adventures in the Pirates' Sea, storm the corners of the Knights' Castle or experience the work of a gold digger in the Western City. Also enjoy a water playground, a slide area, a labyrinth of lights, mini-golf, and a go-kart course. If you need a break from all these exciting adventures, just visit one of the many restaurants in the park and get you a snack and a cold soft drink. In case you can't get enough of PLAYMOBIL, you can purchase the tiny figures at the PLAYMOBIL-Shop.

LEGOLAND Deutschland Resort: Admission Ticket

2. LEGOLAND Deutschland Resort: Admission Ticket

Celebrate the 20th birthday of LEGOLAND® Deutschland in Günzburg. Join the party and experience awesome surprise activities, great shows, and spectacular building events. Experience an unforgettable and fun-filled day for the whole family Knights, pirates, dragons, loads of animals, famous buildings, and all types of vehicles – nothing thrills visitors to LEGOLAND Deutschland like the numerous LEGO models that will amaze guests at every corner of the resort. Over 55 million LEGO bricks have been used in the park alone. Together with the many models in the LEGOLAND Holiday Village, the total is well over 60 million. MINILAND in the German LEGOLAND Park is divided into ten areas. See many famous German landmarks from Berlin, Hamburg, and Frankfurt, as well as Neuschwanstein Castle, the Allianz Arena, and the Swabian village landscape. Additionally, marvel at international highlights such as Venice, the world's five highest skyscrapers, and landscapes from the Netherlands and Switzerland. Children, in particular, enjoy seeing the sights in a 1:20 format. Ten themed worlds are clustered around MINILAND and are adapted to visitors of all ages. Even the little ones can be captains on the harbor tour, play pilot on the airport carousel, or go on a safari in a LEGO jeep. Action and thrills await older visitors. In the newest attraction "Lloyd’s Spinjitzu Spinner" in the LEGO NINJAGO WORLD, ninja fans can experience wild aerial rolls with the push of a button. On the back of a fire-breathing dragon in the KNIGHTS KINGDOM, they whiz through the middle of a knight's castle, and in the "Jungle X-pedition" in ADVENTURE LAND, they plunge down a 12-meter waterfall. Don't miss the world's first LEGOLAND parade - a spectacular event with the park's mascots and colorful wagons parading almost every day this season. Sing along to the new LEGOLAND song, composed especially for the parade. Those looking for a break in the adventure can visit LEGOLAND's magic shows, building events, robot workshops, 4D cinema, or a colorful underwater world with more than 2,000 tropical sea creatures. And of course, throughout the park, there's something tasty for everyone: from pizza to fresh Asia-Wok & Co., you can find it all – even chips in the shape of LEGO bricks.

Sound of Music & Salt Mines Tour

3. Sound of Music & Salt Mines Tour

Start with the salt mines and take a breathtaking ride from the city of Salzburg into the Bavarian Alps along the Kings Lake-Ache passing the Obersalzberg, where the second headquarters of the Third Reich used to be.  Afterwards, the tour continues to its highlight – the 490 year old salt mines at Berchtesgaden. Slip into traditional miners’ clothes and take the miners’ train deep into the mountain. Experience the fascinating underground world of the salt-miners and discover the charm of the magnificently illuminated subterranean landscape. Take the slides down to the salt lake which you will be crossing by boat. After this 2-hour unique tour you will have the opportunity to explore the little picturesque town of Berchtesgaden tasting some Bavarian specialties.  After a short break go to the Sound of Music Tour - a wonderful ride with amazing views! Tour the picturesque World Heritage City of Salzburg as well as the beautiful landscapes where the opening scenes of the movie The Sound of Music were filmed. The enormous success of The Sound of Music Broadway Musical by Rodgers & Hammerstein premiering in 1959 caused film director Robert Wise and 250 crew members to turn Salzburg and its surroundings into the Sound of Music film location in 1964.   Right after release, the film became a tremendous success, awarded with 5 Oscars, becoming the highest grossing movie ever and reaching cult status over the years. Both the musical and film are based on the "The Story of the Trapp Family Singers" written by Maria von Trapp in 1949.  Do follow the traces of the Trapp family and take a tour through Salzburg and its surroundings. Visit all of the original film sets and just imagine being Julie Andrews, the main character in the film, playing Maria von Trapp. Learn about the historical and architectural landmarks of Salzburg as well as the Lake District while enjoying the highlights of the movie. Relax and listen to the Original Sound of Music soundtrack and of course feel free to sing Edelweis and much more.

Oberhausen: Scavenger Hunt Around The Imperial Garden

4. Oberhausen: Scavenger Hunt Around The Imperial Garden

Enjoy a day in Oberhausen's Kaisergarten park while playing a scavenger hunt game on your smartphone. Pass by Oberhausen Castle and other charming spots as you play. Go to the Kaisergarten to start your game. Listen to audio to learn information about the locations you visit along the way. Take in views of the park, nearby Overhausen Castle, and the Rhine-Herne Canal as you explore. Solve puzzles and play a variety of mini-games. Finish all of the tasks in the scavenger hunt to receive your score. Compare your performance on a leaderboard.

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Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 57 reviews

It was a very nice day and our son (4 years) had a lot of fun. We will surely come back again. For children from 3-6 years it is sure to be a great surprise. It was well attended, with very nice weather, but not overly crowded. Connection to public transport could be a little better, especially on weekends (shorter intervals), otherwise highly recommended

great experience for grandchildren, grandma + grandpa - a good number of visitors and still space - friendly, helpful helpers from the park - a shame for the closed stands in the park restaurant - great parking space for motorhomes - we'd love to come back

We all really liked the place. Had great rides especially for our kids age (4, 7, 10). They all loved it and it is already decided that we will come back another time.

We were there during the week. It was very relaxed. You can stay for a long time in the individual areas, which are all beautifully designed.

Quickly inside without queuing- everywhere very friendly staff- delicious coffee