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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.

Culture for kids? That's right, and nowhere does this better than Germany's worlds of discovery, which are always a hit with young families. As well as amusement parks, Germany boasts all kinds of themed attractions – each with something different to offer: you can see incredible film sets and meet cartoon characters and big-screen heroes at the movie parks, star-gaze at planetariums or go treasure hunting at a fairytale park. These eclectic attractions are like giant adventure playgrounds, keeping boredom at bay for all ages with their sensational shows, special events and guaranteed thrills and spills. You can walk through the rainforest one day, go to a water park the next, enjoy a spa or watch fantastic entertainment on stage. Everyone loves making a splash – better yet, one combined with a loop-the-loop. Now, at Germany's water parks, you can feel the adrenaline rush of a rollercoaster on a loop-the-loop waterslide or a spectacular tube slide. The dizzyingly high climbing parks guarantee fun for families with a taste for heights and adventure. Other attractions reveal the history of the Earth and the dinosaurs in vivid fashion. And where but at a wildlife park could you see native and exotic animals one minute and scale a climbing frame or whizz down a tall slide the next? But we won't give it all away here – take a look and see for yourself!

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. read more »

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. read more »

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. read more »

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! read more »

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. read more »

The German Oceanographic Museum and Ozeaneum in Stralsund invite visitors to the lively examination of the underwater world through modern aquariums and exhibitions. read more »

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. read more »

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. read more »

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