Playmobil-FunPark
Playmobil-FunPark
4.5
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Monday
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Tuesday
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Thursday
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Sunday
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
About
The PLAYMOBIL Fun Park covers 90,000 square meters and has plenty to stimulate every kid's senses. Active playtime fun - not waiting in lines" is our motto. The "little ones" can make their fantasies a reality in the oversized PLAYMOBIL playtime worlds while Mom and Dad enjoy the relaxing park atmosphere.
Duration: More than 3 hours
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harrisonerin
Munich, Germany33 contributions
Jun 2020 • Family
Our first venture out to an attraction post lockdown. As tickets needed to be bought in advance I assumed it would be like I had heard from others about other attractions like the zoo with minimum numbers of visitors. To say I was pretty shocked at the volume of people in the park is an understatement, it was as busy if not busier than when we came last summer. They had some volume controls on things like the pirate ship and the bouncy cushion but that meant on other attractions that had no volume controls you quite literally couldn’t move for people. In theory you could keep your distance from people in the park, it’s 90,000 sqm after all... if all you wanted to do was stand in a queue all day or walk on paths between attractions or sit on the grass. If you actually wanted to play at literally anything then you couldn’t possibly keep a distance from anyone. The restaurant queue in the biergarten was insane and no one was wiping tables down after guests left, in addition I expected disinfectant to be placed at all the attractions around the park but we only saw it in the restaurant. The new mermaid kingdom was just ridiculously busy, we didn’t even venture in when we saw it, even without Corona there were too many people in there for my liking! We still had a lovely day but it makes a joke of the other businesses that have been going to such efforts to control the virus. I overheard one management member on the phone saying to ignore and not reply to the negative social media comments about the volume of people and that she was stood in a queue where it was controlled and people were minding the distance. True she was, but that did not represent the other 95% of the attractions that we visited. If I had had even the slightest thought it would have been as busy as it was today there is not a chance we would have bought tickets, I feel quite a fool.
Written June 1, 2020
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Marianne D
San Francisco9 contributions
Aug 2022
We made this our last stop to get our 6 yr old's energy expended before traveling back to the west coast of the United States and so glad we did - it was the highlight for her of the trip (and we did some seriously cool stuff). Price was 15.90 Euros per person and covered parking was 5 Euros (although free street parking available), everything was clean, well built and laid-out (didn't feel overly crowded despite all tickets being sold out in advance), and super engaging for the kids. It would easily have cost us 4x the amount in the States. Food for purchase was reasonably priced, too. Note: purchase tickets online in advance! Will definitely visit again when we travel to Germany!
Written August 26, 2022
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shellbee2020
Chelmsford, UK48 contributions
Apr 2022 • Family
We had a fantastic day here - it’s like a giant playground with so much to do for my 6 & 3 year old boys. They loved it. Parking easy and not much of a walk into the park, 5 Euro parking fee for all day, cheap entrance cost compared to other places, clean and fresh inside and reasonably priced snacks (1.5 EUR for ice cream, 5.95 for kids meal with fruit pouch, drink and a toy) we couldn’t get the boys to leave - we will return from the UK again as this was a way better experience than Lego land in Windsor,UK.
Written April 16, 2022
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renosparks
Sale, UK24 contributions
Jun 2017 • Family
As a family, we have been to legoland UK, Disneyland CA and FL, Seaworld and other theme parks in the UK, I can honestly say this is the cleanest place we've ever been! We had been told it wasn't a theme park, and it isn't. It's a play park. There are no big thrills or rides, just play. And our kids had a blast! They are 9,7 and 4.

The park is in different areas or themes and each one is bright, fresh and engaging. There are different levels of challenge but essentially the more your kids put into it, the more they get out of it: it's all about their imagination and what they make of it.

There are refreshingly few rules, and you get the feeling it is fun by common sense! There are so many lovely areas to picnic and taking your own food is encouraged rather than banned at many American theme parks.

There was a distinctly uncommercial feel to the park, food reasonably priced. There weren't opportunities at every turn to take more money from the parents o very little pestering from the kids.

Someone mentioned buying a treasure chest. Yes, you had the option to buy one, but it wasn't promoted at all. The children can dig for 'gold' and jewels all day for free, and take them all home. It's your choice to buy the chest, a paper bag would work just as well?

The indoor play gym was being renovated and looked like it was going to be great. All the kids loved playing with the toys in the HUB and there was a theme for everyone - again it depends on how good your child's imagination is.

All my boys had favourite areas and although we'd been there all day, we were still last out of the park. I would have like the shop to have stayed open half an hour after park closing so my boys could've had longer to choose a toy, but they managed to pick something quickly!

Food in the beer garden was good value, 6 euros for a kids meal that included a drink, fab souvenir cup, a full size playmobil character bag, fruit pouch and a cake. You can't complain at that!

With reference to the people complaining about security: we live in Manchester England and the devastating arena tragedy was only a week ago, yet at no point did I feel unsafe. The security in the park was just fine. There were guards who checked our bags on entry and that was that. I'm not sure what else they needed to do. I know Disney have metal detectors but really don't think they need them here. In reality, there was a quiet, playful calm to the whole park that was refreshing.

We went on a very sunny day, but there was lots of shade.Make sure you take a swimsuit because there are so many places for the kids to get wet!

Restrooms were spotlessly clean and brand new.....I nearly took a photo of the wall art in one! Gorgeous flower displays around. Not a piece of rubbish anywhere and not one bin overflowing and waiting to be emptied.

Do not visit if your kids need their entertainment handed to them. They need to bring their own ideas, imagination, and enthusiasm to get the most out of this park. If you're expecting Disney you'll be disappointed, if your kids love to play you'll have the best time!

I agree there was very little for adults to do, except to sit and watch their children in delight! Sit back and enjoy your children and their childhood. simple pleasures! I watched three very happy boys all day, so it was worth the 11euros for me. And at 55 euros for a family of five, for nine hours entertainment, I'd call that value for money.
Written June 2, 2017
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Hi renosparks, many thanks for your detailed and positive review. We are glad you had such a good time at the #PLAYMOBILFunPark! 😊
Written June 19, 2017
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HappyChappy2b
Winchester, UK73 contributions
Aug 2013 • Family
We visited in Aug 2013, we thought it might be an interesting distraction for our 7 year old on what was a long road trip around Europe. It completely exceeded all our expectations, so much so that by the end of the day we had re-arranged our plans for the following day to allow us to return.

A week later we decided to change our plans yet again so that we could go again :

So much to say and commend it, I am sure I won;t be able to get it all in our do it full justice.

o 10 euros per person for the day it is truly amazing value
o No queues for thrill type rides, this is simply great play for children. Teens probably wouldnt be satisfied but for all other children, and accompanying adults you cannot expect better.
o Excellent food available
o Go early and have the all you can eat breakfast buffet at 9 euros (adult, child was a little less),,,blimey it was good too !
o There are covered areas (think enormous and then some more) with every type of playmobil offering out to play with in themed areas (City, Wild West, dinosaurs, farm etc etc)
o Spotless and very well maintaines
o Outside there are many themed play areas (fort, water, wild west, farm, activity etc etc) and sand play areas, streams of water and splash pools. Pirates with rafts to pole around the shallow lake
o The toilets are immaculate. The ones in the centre are something to behold ! Clean and designerish, they equal if not exceed those I have seen in corporate headquarters and 5* hotels...and all this in a 'public' setting...amazing !
o If anyone does get carried away and fall in (yes we did) they have tumble driers dotted around and a helpful member of staff will assist with getting the clothes dry again.

You need at least a full day..and if possible plan for 2 !

One slightly downside was a desire I had for more water fountains to be available across the site. I found only one but there are plenty of kiosks with snacks and fizzy drinks if that floats your boat.

If you want to see what a true child centred play area should look like then this is the place to go. I was stunned by how good it was in comparison to anything else I have been to in every department (cost, value, operation, cleanliness, maintenance, fun!)
Legoland Windsor would do well to sit up and take note.

If only there was one closer to us in the UK ...although thinking about it for the price of a cheap flight and hotel for a weekend it would probably still give you the same cost as a family trip to Legoland.

I hope you go and get as much pleasure as we did..it was fantastic the first, second and third times we went.
Written December 3, 2013
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Alan G
10 contributions
Aug 2015 • Family
To paraphrase another review on this park by a fellow Scot, don't trust those that give it a straight 5.0. Entry price was reasonable but our 5 year old rapidly ran out of interest after a couple of hours in what is not a huge place. We went out of our way to visit this "No 1 Attraction" and expected something more inspiring than climbing frames and the ability to play with thousands of tired Playmobil pieces. Neither of the 2 "rides" we encountered were special or specifically Playmobil-related, being small manual paddle boats and tricycles. The latter ride required an age of 6 or older. Finally, overcrowding, verging on saturation, made the whole experience a lot worse.

The best part of the visit was the shop, where we found what we were looking for at reasonable prices, some even cheaper than on-line.

Prior to this visit, we spent 2 days at Europa Park so perhaps we experienced some anti-climax. Nevertheless, this Park needs some wow factor.

Written August 30, 2015
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Lile2009
Larissa, Greece3 contributions
Apr 2015 • Family
The Playmobil fun park is not something special . For sure Legoland is much much better !!! You can spend 2 hours but more the kids dont have what to play ... My child didnt like at all !!!
Written April 9, 2015
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ticcy
co durham21 contributions
Jul 2012 • Family
As my children ages 9 & 11 have always been into Playmobil we had wanted to visit the Playmobil Fun Park in Germany,but we could never find much info or reviews on it ,so were unsure of driving the 2000+ miles from the UK to get there!
So happy we did as it is an amazing place. Visited July 2012 for my daughter's 10th birthday.
Upon entry she got free entry and a Playmobil special toy ,badge & sticker, which made her feel special. For the rest of us it cost only 10 euros each for all day entry & a stamp so you could leave and return if required.
The park is huge and you need at least a day to play in it all.We spent 2 days and could have had longer, had time allowed.There are many themed sections,like:

Wild West-here you can go panning for gold or play in the adventure playground.
Dinosaurs- run through caves and waterfalls,play on giant eggs and dinosaurs.
Noah's Ark- play with model boats & sea creatures in a giant water tube tray.
Pirates-indoor play with castle and pirate themed toys.
Zoo and balancing- balance on beams and climbing frames and animals.
Farm-milk cows and brush ponies hair.
Castle- explore the huge castle.
Pirate ship and lake- giant ship to climb on and rafts to paddle around the small lake area.
Diggers- sand and messy play.
Water Play- waterfalls and paddle areas.

As well as the themed sections they are various climbing,activity areas,fun slides,adventure playgrounds and large Playmobil models dotted around the park.
There is a huge indoor area where you can play with any Playmobil you like.My girls enjoyed the princess area and the city houses.Here parents can relax with something from the cafe. It's very quiet and peaceful in the seating area. Apparently they run a disco later on in the day.
There is also a large indoor adventure zone to burn extra energy off.

The best thing is there is no waiting in queues as there is so much going on and enough of everything for each child to just join in and play.Its for imaginative children who like to be creative and energetic.There are no rides,everything is a hands on activity,an adventure!
Activities are suitable for young children up to around 12yrs, though we did see some teens thouroughly enjoying themselves.

The park is immaculately clean and well maintained also the Playmobil is regularly checked and re-assembled if needed. Everyone seemed friendly and genuinely happy to be in their jobs there.

Tips- take a swimsuit/wet play clothes as your child will definitely get wet or sandy.
Stay in the Playmobil Fun Park Hotel ,opposite £163 euros a night for a family of 4 inc breakfast and is well worth it.
Check out the fabulous Playmobil shop before you leave.
Buy a slush or soft drink and you get a lovely lenticular Playmobil beaker to keep as a souvenir- in boy or girl themes.
If you have a lot to carry you can hire a pull along cart for all the gear or to sit a tired child in.
This park in Germany is supposed to be the best out of the other Playmobil parks around the world.
Germany itself is a beautiful country to visit!
Written August 8, 2012
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Κωνσταντίνα Μ
Gau-Algesheim, Germany81 contributions
Aug 2017 • Family
We went with our (almost) 5J old son. There was a lot of activities that you couldn't have eye contact. No wonder that there were many announcements for lost children. I think there should have been a notice that it is for older kids. Above that it is a nice place, not with a lot of "activities", but more with places builded like Playmobil toys, that kids can play around or with.
Written February 17, 2018
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G L
Raleigh155 contributions
May 2012 • Couples
As collectors of Playmobil, we had longed to visit this Fun Park just a few minutes west of Nuremberg in Zirndorf. So on our way to the nearby medieval village of Rothenburg on the Tauber, we popped in to the Fun Park for two hours on a sunny Friday morning. Admission was just 9 euros each, and we were off to explore the this big playground designed for the two to eight year old visitor. We fit in just fine without our two sons, who are now in their twenties. Maybe we can return one day with some grandkids or borrow someone else's children.

We loved every area of the playground...western, farm, pirate, mermaid, zoo and other themed parts. Hubby walked the plank entrance to the pirate ship without falling into the lake. He survived a swinging chain bridge that the little ones just scampered across. We washed and brushed the manes of the farmyard horses, but could bend low enough to milk the cows complete with working udders. Hubby panned for gold and searched for treasures inside four foot wide clam shells. We decided not to tempt fate by poling a raft across the lake because we did take a change of clothes and thus could not fall in and remain dry. And we both enjoyed moving rocks with real equipment in the excavation pit.

All the little tykes relished getting wet, digging in the sand and and climbing on all sorts of structures. Parents enjoyed watching their wee ones wear themselves out with all of the physical activity. Families brought picnics of healthy foods, and we sampled the lovely fresh strawberry crepes from one of the many food stands.

The best part was that this is not a commercial park...there are no shops every ten meters full of expensive Disney trinkets and foods. We saw no kids throwing tantrums to get expensive toys...they were too busy playing hard and wearing themselves out.

On the way out there is a large Playmobil store, that can be accessed without a pass to the park. We looked around a bit and came away with four small bags of accessories for a total of ten euros.

We wish that there could be a Fun Park like this in every city in the US. A day of family fun with lots of physical exercise is truly a winner in our books. Don't miss this place if it is nice day and you enjoy life. There is a huge building for inside play, and they offer dryers to dry wet clothes. Do pack spare clothes and shoes for everyone as getting soaked is part of the fun. Check their calendar as the park is closed in winter.
Written May 21, 2012
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