A couple of weeks ago I wrote about our adventures at the Playmobil FunPark just outside Nurnberg Germany and promised pictures.
Well, it’s taken some time to retrieve them, but here’s some pictures of the fun we had in what really is a FunPark.
The Entrance to the FunPark, guarded by child-sized soldiers. Notice the wristbands by the entrance in case your Littlin looses you in all the excitement.
The water play area, full of lots of different ways for kids to get wet. It was a bit too chilly to enjoy this, but I can imagine it heaving if it was just a little warmer.
The knights’ castle.
Pirate ship with it’s own lake in the middle of which is an island (bottom right). Kids can climb up the mast (top right) if they have the head for it.
Noah’s ark, which has 2 separate areas: one for the older and one for the little kids. It’s a great place to test the playmobil boats. The FunPark has thought of every detail- they even include a stow-away sunshade for hot summer days, in our case it was stowed (bottom right).
Farm was great fun! Another opportunity to get wet: milk the cows, wash the horse.
Dig for gold in the Wild West (far right) or just challenge yourself on the adventure course.
If the weather is not in your favour, there is plenty to do in the indoor play centre, including try all the different playmobil themes. Little Miss made friends with another child in a matter of minutes, despite not speaking the same language (main picture). I loved how they thought of the littlest ones too and created special playpens for them, including the playmobil range for under 3s for them (top right).
Fueled with some food (top right), which was rather tasty, there was even more chance to burn off any energy on the skyhigh walkways.
There is huge pride in the heritage, which is reflected in the small museum area overlooking the indoor play area from a gallery.