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Das Verruckte Haus

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Das Verruckte Haus

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NomadicAdventurer wrote a review Jul 2020
Germany226 contributions110 helpful votes
Totally overpriced...almost the same price as the aquarium on Fehmarn but you only spend less than a half hour here. It is a great concept but they really milk your wallet. IT WAS POORLY MANAGED FOR COVID!!! ALTHOUGH THEY GIVE YOU A PLACARD TO CONTROL HOW MANY ARE INSIDE, YOU ARE WELL WITHIN 1-2 METRES OF THE NEXT FAMILY AND OFTEN CLOSER.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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nic_davidson wrote a review Feb 2020
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We went during midweek in Feb and it was quiet which was to our advantage as we spent at least 45 mins here taking fun photos. The kids (age 10, 8 and 6) really enjoyed it. It was a really fun experience and a bit different to the usual visitor attraction. It will be a good memory for them and I’m glad we visited. You definitely need your phone/camera to take pictures otherwise you wouldn’t spend long here at all.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Vanessa C wrote a review Jul 2019
Hasselt, Belgium319 contributions47 helpful votes
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While being in Lüneburg we visited this attraction. We thought the house was bigger than it was and that more can be offered. You can be dizzy inside and that was a warning at the door board. We enjoyed more the fresh pretzel baked outside the house. You can skip this attraction if you visit Luneburg or its surroundings
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Mooresz wrote a review Apr 2019
Aberaeron, United Kingdom216 contributions68 helpful votes
We went here after visiting the Panzer Museum in Munster as it was only a slight detour on the way back to our hotel in Soltau , our six year old daughter had been very restrained during that visit so we took her here . It is twenty minutes at best and if busy could perhaps be very frustrating to get a decent photo as it is not large , however , it is twenty entertaining minutes and the cafe is reasonable .
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Date of experience: April 2019
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CalanitGalleryTours wrote a review Aug 2018
London, United Kingdom19 contributions2 helpful votes
My kids loved going into the ‘crazy house’ : The design is awesome ! We enjoyed seeing all of the upside down features. The down side of the experience was that the owner of the place has a kiosk for soft drinks , coffee , ice cream but the lady there who’s serve in the kiosk dozens speak English and seems not nice and welcoming towards children / and tourists .
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Date of experience: August 2018
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