Kinder und Jugendmuseum is just a few steps away from the Hauptbahnhof. The different sections of the museum were all ... More
Kinder und Jugendmuseum
Kinder und Jugendmuseum is just a few steps away from the Hauptbahnhof. The different sections of the museum were all conceived with children in mind, but are by no means childish. Each part is an experience for the senses and succeeds in sparking off curiosity about a number of subjects. The best thing about the museum is that everything is allowed and participation is the name of the game. There is no permanent collection, just various temporary exhibitions. Visit the website for detailed information.
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