On tour around Germany's worlds of discovery

The fun starts here! Germany's many worlds of discovery continue to delight visitors year after year. There's something for everyone, with themed attractions that appeal to children, teenagers and the young-at-heart. Whatever the weather, these family favourites are the place to go for fun, entertainment and thrills.

As you step inside the Madame Tussauds waxwork museum on Berlin's Unter den Linden, you enter the glamorous world of international stars. This family attraction offers a great mix of interactivity, regional references and history brought to life.

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Kulturinsel Einsiedel is an adventure park like no other in Germany, located in the lush green surroundings of Upper Lusatia, on the border with Poland in Neisseaue-Zentendorf near Görlitz.

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It took Phileas Fogg and his valet Passepartout 80 days to circle the globe in the Jules Verne tale. Luckily, you won't need that long to travel the world at the informative and interactive exhibition at Klimahaus Bremerhaven 8° Ost.

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There are no end of amazing things to discover on the Flower Island of Mainau in Lake Constance, and not just the botanical treasures from around the world. Mainau Kinderland and Germany's biggest butterfly house never fail to impress families – including young children aged two and above.

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Karl's Village of Discovery is an all-weather, year-round destination for the whole family, offering farm-themed fun in Rövershagen near Rostock on the Baltic coast. Suitable for children aged three and over.

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It's not just a horror show, it's real history! Hamburg Dungeon is a chamber of horrors, a theatre and a theme park rolled into one, where professional actors play out the history of Hamburg. This heart-stopping 90-minute journey to hell and back is guaranteed to give even the bravest of visitors a fright!

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GONDWANA – the prehistoric themed world in Schiffweiler in the Saarland region – is an amazing indoor experience that will take the whole family on a journey from the Big Bang to the first life forms on Earth. Suitable for ages four and above.

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Therme Erding near Munich, home to Europe's biggest waterslide park, GALAXY Erding, is a state-of-the-art thermal baths complex in which the whole family can make a splash. The slides are suitable for children aged six and above.

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