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.

The Zeiss Planetarium in Jena may be the world's oldest continuously operating planetarium, with nearly 100 years of service behind it, but its cutting-edge technology continues to amaze thousands of visitors every year. For ages 5+, there is a specially tailored programme.

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There is so much to explore at SEA LIFE Adventure Park, including the SEA LIFE aquarium, the outdoor playground, the log flume and lots of other smaller rides. Located right next door to the CentrO leisure complex in Oberhausen, it's an unforgettable day out for all the family!

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If you love colourful butterflies then a trip to Europe's biggest butterfly farm, located in Trassenheide on the sunny Baltic island of Usedom, should be top of your to-do-list. And once you get there, be sure to allow time for a trip to the Nature Discovery Park in Bad Heringsdorf.

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Adventures of a prehistoric nature await children and families at the dinosaur-themed leisure park in Kleinwelka near Dresden. The park, which covers nearly 20 hectares, also features a maze and a miniature park. Suitable for children aged three and above.

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Stukenbrock Safari Park in the Teutoburg Forest offers a mix of safari adventure and theme park fun across 65 hectares of beautiful grounds – a sensational attraction for the whole family!

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Make your family day out extra special with a visit to the Saalfeld Fairy Grottoes at the foot of the Thuringian Forest. Explore the mythical underground world of the fairy grottoes, as well as the fairy forest and Grottoneum interactive museum.

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The German Oceanographic Museum in Stralsund's old town and the Ozeaneum aquarium (winner of the Swedish Environment Prize) in Stralsund harbour are in a league of their own. Designed to appeal to a wide audience, both attractions explore the underwater world in new and exciting ways. Suitable for ages five and above.

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There's only one way to describe Miniature Wonderland in Hamburg: the biggest model railway in the world. Visitors are taken on a journey through different countries and continents, through realistic miniature landscapes and worlds of fantasy.

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