Indoor & interactive: learning has never been so much fun

Enjoyment, excitement and education are the buzzwords at Germany's indoor and interactive attractions, which not only encourage learning but also provide hours of entertainment and playtime fun!

SENSAPOLIS is an all-weather, year-round attraction that is suitable for the whole family, even those with very young children. There is so much to see and do at Germany biggest indoor adventure park, conveniently located just off the A81 near Stuttgart.

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Situated in the far north of Germany on the Baltic coast, the Phänomenta Flensburg science centre is an extraordinary attraction that will spark curiosity, pose questions, provide answers and leave the whole family amazed. Suitable for children aged three and above.

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At the world's first LEGOLAND Discovery Centre you can look forward to a Lego paradise bursting with creativity, games and interactive fun. This vibrant world of multi-coloured bricks is an ideal year-round attraction, particularly for families with younger children aged three upwards.

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Building, puzzling and playing: at the Explorado Children's Museum in Duisburg the focus is on learning by doing. By experimenting, trying things out for themselves and having fun, children acquire knowledge more easily. Suitable for ages four and above.

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Skiing, snowboarding or sledding, the choice is yours! And that's on every day of the year in Neuss, just across the Rhine from Düsseldorf. This winter sports paradise in the heart of the Rhineland is suitable for all ages and abilities – including for children aged 4+.

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Extavium Potsdam, the interactive science museum and educational facility for children and young people, promotes a DIY approach that encourages trial and experimentation from an early age.

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ベルリンから南へ60キロメートルほどの場所にあるトロピカル・アイランドでは、66,000平方メートルの敷地内に、魅力的な「熱帯地方」が広がっており、その中には世界最大の屋内熱帯雨林、バリやボルネオそのままの建物による集落、ヨーロッパ最大の風景サウナ、ドイツで最も高いウォーター・スライダーが設けられています。 毎日、昼と夜にショーも行われています。




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