Looking for an exciting attraction for your family excursion for the coming weekend?
If so, look no further: this is where you’ll discover secret tips guaranteed to be fun for your kids.

Tierpark Hagenbeck

Visiting the Tierpark Hagenbeck is always an adventure! With its incomparable botanic variety, wonderful panoramas, outdoor enclosures and many cultural buildings, the 25-hectare park has delighted visitors of all ages for over 100 years.
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Miniatur Wunderland Hamburg

The largest model railway in the world, and one of the most successful permanent exhibitions in Northern Germany.
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Children’s Mount Olympus presents: Who are you? What do you eat?

21 May 2014 to 30 August 2015 - Altona Museum
Everything to do with the culture of cuisine: where does our food come from, and how is it made? What did people use to eat in history? Why are there so many rules? Informative and entertaining fun for the whole family!
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Hamburger Puppentheater

The Hamburg Puppet Theatre stages puppet shows that are ideal for children from the age of 4. The programme changes regularly and features such classics as “Snow White”, the “Musicians of Bremen” and “Peter and the Wolf”.
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Kindertheater Wackelzahn

A children’s theatre featuring fable characters, princesses, kings and their court jesters, who experience exciting adventures on the “Wackelzahn” stage (Wackelzahn in German means a milk tooth about to fall out), and so do the junior viewers. The venues alternate between the Altona Town Hall (Altonaer Rathaus) and the Ottensen Court Theatre (Hoftheater Ottensen). On registration, kindergartens and school classes can also experience a live show here on weekdays.
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Drachenlabyrinth (dragons’ labyrinth)

The indoor adventure world for children and families offers alternative leisure time fun on rainy days. The Dragons’ Labyrinth combines elements of a computer game with real experience and motion, enabling you to become immersed in a fantasy world. When entering the labyrinth, visitors are given playful riddles or game assignments to solve. A game assignment of this kind takes about 15 minutes. Prices vary according to the number of game assignments: One game assignment costs 2 euros per person, for instance, and four assignments cost 5 euros per person.
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