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Playmobil-FunPark

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Brandstaetterstr. 2-10, 90513 Zirndorf, Bavaria Germany
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Ivanara33 wrote a review Jul 2020
Prague, Czech Republic163 contributions33 helpful votes
We were there two days. It is great place for children, they enjoy it. Food is really good there, you can choose from several options.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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harrisonerin wrote a review Jun 2020
Munich, Germany34 contributions36 helpful votes
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.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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liv s wrote a review Jan 2020
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We went in winter so facilities were basically limited to indoor (plus ice-skating rink but kids had to have gloves, which ours didn't, so we couldn't give it a go), but our 3 and 4 year olds had a fabulous time with the unlimted play with playmobil toys! Our 7 year old more enjoyed the indoor playground, but was fairly done after a couple of hours. Food options were really good and the whole day was relatively inexpensive for a family of five (entry was €6,50 each). Some good discounts in the huge playmobil shop too ;) Would definitely recommend for kids up to around 7 years. (And if you go in winter, bring gloves!!)
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Date of experience: December 2019
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ABK wrote a review Nov 2019
Regensburg, Germany98 contributions18 helpful votes
We visited the Playmobil Fun Park with our children, ages 9 & 11, and another couple and their 10-year-old. We had a very enjoyable afternoon. Our kids are approaching the upper age limit, as far as still finding the park fun, especially our 11-year-old. Nevertheless, she really enjoyed the places to climb--and climb high! Some of the sections like the Old West area, paddle boats, and parts of the tree house area are all wonderful for younger kids--I'm thinking 4-7ish. The pirate ship and castle with tunnels and slides were opening hits with everyone in our party--the two dads in our group enjoyed the pirate ship too :) My 9-year-old son loved the pedal go-cart track. Of course toward the end we had our obligatory trip through the Playmobil store which was moderate chaos, but anticipated. I really, really appreciated the fact that you can bring outside food in, and there are green spaces available to have a picnic at, which is what we did for lunch. In the U.S. "no outside food or drink" is often the unwelcome rule. Lunch was a picnic, but we stayed long enough that we ended up getting supper at the park cafeteria, which I would NOT recommend. The food was fine, but the whole set up and traffic flow of the cafeteria was stressful for all, even though it wasn't busy when we were there. Then you have to pay a high deposit and bring back blue plastic 'coins' after clearing trays to get money back.....even our German friends who had been there before thought the whole system was confusing and inefficient. So do yourself a favor: pack food for all meals or leave the park in time to eat supper elsewhere. Cost to get into the park itself is very reasonabl (fyi, we had heard from others that nearby Legoland is much more costly). We were at Playmobil FunPark about 6 hours, which was about the right amount of time considering the ages of our kids. Parents, you will feel like you have dropped into an alternate universe where everything, everywhere is Playmobil, but if you have kids this is a really fun place to spend the better part of a day.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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therichastill wrote a review Nov 2019
Stevenage, United Kingdom1,170 contributions278 helpful votes
I just missed a train to Anwandan from Nuremberg Hauptbahnhof. There was another train 25 minutes later but the next bus was 35 minutes later as the bus to Playmobil Fun park only runs hourly. If you get the right train then you will have a seamless connection as when I returned I only had about 5 minutes to wait for my train to take me back to the city centre. The park is primarily aimed at children and they will have a great time. There is a huge array of Playmobil packs to be purchased in the gift shop and there are also some things that you can only get at the fun park which was what I was interested in. The staff were all very friendly and welcoming.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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