Leisure parks – you'll be amazed.

Germany's leisure parks and interactive exhibitions combine fun with action, the fascinating with the curious, and the down-to-earth with the exotic. Some are traditional, others futuristic – all are designed with a love of detail and special attention to visitors' individual needs.
The Game Zone at HAWOGE-Spielemagazin with wheelchair-friendly table football, chill-out seats and big screen
HaWoGe Spielemagazin in Halberstadt

The HaWoGe Spielemagazin in Halberstadt is an indoor play centre with various theme areas which are suitable for young and old alike, and for visitors with or without disabilities. The wheelchair carousel is a particular highlight and the Birthday Rooms are designed to meet the needs of partially sighted/deaf children.

Visitors on accessible footpaths passing the animal enclosures at Heidelberg Zoo
Heidelberg Zoo

Heidelberg Zoo ranks among the most innovative in Germany. In five themed areas, visitors experience a colourful animal kingdom with a special focus on the relationship between humans and animals. A carousel suitable for disabled people and trampolines add to the fun.

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Interactive exhibitions in Munich

Munich's interactive exhibitions include sporting attractions like the architecturally striking Allianz Arena (home of Bayern Munich FC), concerts and events at the Olympic Park of 1972, and BMW Welt. All attractions offer accessible tours and events.

Many children enjoying Karl's Village of Discovery with wide footpaths and ponies at the wayside
Karl's Village of Discovery near Berlin

Karl's Village of Discovery in Elstal near Berlin is a paradise for families, adults and senior citizens. Visitors can watch the cooks' and bakers' at work in three factories, where the live presentations are an adventure for all the senses. The Village of Discovery is barrier-free; upon request, tours for visitors with learning difficulties can be arranged.

Klimahaus in Bremerhaven

Take a tour along the eighth eastern meridian at the Klimahaus in Bremerhaven, where you'll experience the climate zones of the world at close hand: the refreshing coolness of a Swiss mountain pasture; the furnace of the Sahel; the freezing cold of Antarctica; a heavenly South Seas climate and the changeable weather of Germany.

Family viewing a Lego model of the German Bundestag (Parliament) at Legoland Germany
LEGOLAND Germany

Customer service at the LEGOLAND Germany leisure park in Bavarian Günzburg includes everything from personal supervision by staff at the attractions to lifts for visitors with restricted mobility. A brochure with information about each attraction's accessibility can be downloaded from the park's website.

Visitors marvelling at buildings from above at Miniature Wonderland
Miniature Wonderland

Hamburg's warehouse district is home to the world's biggest model railway which covers an area of 1,300 square metres. Miniature Wonderland stretches from Scandinavia to the USA, from the coast to the high mountains. At regular intervals, this fully accessible attraction is opened to wheelchair users and disabled visitors only.

Visitor touching a life-size model of a sperm whale at
Multimar Wattforum National Park Centre in Tönning

How big is a sperm whale? How small is a seahorse? The Multimar Wattforum National Park Centre in Tönning provides answers to these and many other questions about coastal mudflats, whales and world heritage. A customised itinerary is available for visitors with special requirements.

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