Hamburg is a city and an ideal destination for a family vacation. Baby and toddler parents will appreciate that most restaurants have high chairs and that every drug store has a changing table with free diapers. Older children and teenagers will enjoy exploring the exciting playgrounds and varied attractions.
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1 Boat trips
From the water, one of Europe's largest harbor cities is best explored. Boat trips on the Elbe begin at the Landungsbrücken, and you'll be for choice with barges, sailboats, and speedboats, as well as a swimming bus. Boat tours on the beautiful River Alster and the city's picturesque lakes and canals leave from the Jungfernstieg in the city center.
2 Awesome playgrounds
The Germans know how to do playgrounds right, and Hamburg is no exception, with over 740 public playgrounds - one in every park. The largest is in the Planten un Blomen park in the city center and is particularly popular due to its exciting water attractions. Mini-golf and a rollerblading / ice skating rink are also nearby.
3 Miniatur Wunderland
The Miniatur Wunderland is most likely one of the world's most unique museums. It holds the Guinness World Record for the world's largest miniature railway, but this fact only scratches the surface of this unforgettable attraction's treasures. Over 260,000 figurines populate its nine theme worlds, which include magnificent buildings.
4 Tierpark Hagenbeck
The Tierpark Hagenbeck, which opened in 1907, was the world's first zoo to use open enclosures rather than cages. It now houses over 1,850 animals representing species from five continents. The giant polar sea ('Eismeer') with penguins and walruses, a petting zoo, large play areas, pony rides, and one of Europe's largest elephants.
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5 Zoologisches Museum
The Zoological Museum in the university district houses a variety of animals. The Zoological Museum also serves as a learning space for high school and university students, as well as a location for art classes. The museum's central location and free admission make it an ideal family activity for a rainy day in Hamburg.
6 Wildpark Schwarze Berge
The beautiful Schwarze Berge wildlife park is in the hills to the south of Hamburg. The free-roaming potbellied pigs will greet you as you enter, hoping for a snack and a back rub from passersby. Explore the park further to find over 100 native animal species, including bears, wolves, and lynxes. Enjoy the tranquil forest and fresh air, feed deer from your palm, and watch a bird of prey flight show. The park's adventure playground will also appeal to children of all ages.
7 Freilichtmuseum am Kiekeberg
The Kiekeberg open-air museum is next to the wildlife park. Consider purchasing the discounted combined ticket for an excellent day trip in nature. The museum hosts a variety of themed children's adventure weekends with arts and crafts workshops throughout the year.
8 KL! CK Kindermuseum
There are areas for making and spending money, experiencing the Stone Age, learning about the body and the senses, and more. Regular traveling exhibitions keep the museum interesting no matter how you visit. There is a special area for children under the age of two, so no child is too young to enjoy KL! CK. On Saturdays, the museum is to other visitors to host children's birthday parties.
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