Things to Do For Kids in Germany
Nuremberg is one of the oldest cities in Germany and is well known for the Nuremberg trials. This medieval town was the scene of Nazi war crimes trials and other atrocities after World War II. The three-day trials were held in this town to bring to justice the perpetrators.
German Spy Museum
If you are traveling to Germany with kids, you may be interested in checking out the German Spy Museum. The museum has two floors dedicated to spying and has many interactive exhibits. You can try out your hand at being a spy as you explore the exhibits.
Legoland Deutschland is a great park for children. The park is home to eight themed adventure worlds, with over 50 rides and attractions. Children can drive a car and go jet skiing. They can also build robots and compete in competitions. It will take around 12 hours to experience the entire park, so plan accordingly.
The Movie Park Germany is a theme park located in Bottrop-Kirchhellen, a town 50km north of Dusseldorf. The park covers 40 hectares and has 7 themed areas. It is also close to several film studios.
Haribo Factory Outlet
When you’re visiting Germany, don’t miss the Haribo Factory Outlet for kids. You’ll find a huge selection of gummy sweets and vegan products. Information boards are available about the company and its products.
Experimenta Science Centre
Located in a brick warehouse building, Experimenta Science Centre for kids in Berlin, Germany, offers hands-on learning for children. Four themed zones allow children to engage in interactive learning.
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