South of Heidelberg, on the peak of the Königstuhl, lies a fairy-tale paradise. On 48,000 square meters of woodland, ... More
Märchen Paradies Königstuhl
South of Heidelberg, on the peak of the Königstuhl, lies a fairy-tale paradise. On 48,000 square meters of woodland, children will find all kinds of entertainment at the Märchen Paradies Königstuhl. The fairy-tale paradise shows figures from well-known children's stories: Snow-white and the seven dwarfs, Rumpelstilzchen, and other familiar figures in life-size. Also the children's railway, scooters, mini golf, and the electrical horse riding are exciting entertainment. A wild dragon and the large jumping cushion give much joy, and, having adventured so many exciting things, hungry visitors can eat in a small restaurant on the grounds.
I loved that it was fairly cheap. About 8 EU to get in and I spent another 7 EU for tokens for the kids to spend on rides. They also have a play ground and a big blow up bouncy trampoline thing that cost nothing. We had a great time. After days of walking and castle visiting this was a nice treat for the kids. My kids are 5 and 7.
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