Whether in summer or winter - in Tyrol families can always experience an adventure. Whether it's sporting activities in the sunshine or exciting excursions in bad weather: In the Kitzbühel region, numerous attractions and adventure worlds make children's hearts beat faster. The Gamsstadt is also the ideal starting point for excursions to varied sights in the city and in the mountains.
Murmi's Kinderland | Kirchdorf
The spacious indoor playground in Kirchdorf in Tyrol is the new highlight for families. Regardless of the weather, you can experience a lot in Murmis Kinderland on over 1,200 m². The playground offers fun and games for children from two to ten years. Climbing, jumping, running and sliding are on the agenda. A large play area with a children's trampoline, a spinning tower, two giant slides and a climbing volcano make children's hearts beat faster. A separate toddler area, birthday caves as well as a buffet and the relaxation area complete the comprehensive offer of this extraordinary children's playground.
Halli Galli | Kirchbichl
In the indoor playground Halligalli children always have a lot to laugh. The nine-meter high hall contains a track for electric go-karts, which are not only quiet, but also easy and safe for children to handle. There is also a climbing maze with slides and ropes course and an educationally planned traffic education park. The area for babies and toddlers is separated and provides with ball pool and slide for big eyes and children's laughter. When hunger strikes at some point, families can head to the catering area, where a variety of snacks are on the menu - and parents also have a good view of the play area.
Area 47 | Ötztal
With its Water, Wake, Climbing, Freeride and Outdoor Area, Area 47 in the Ötztal is Austria's largest outdoor leisure park - and definitely not for children an unforgettable adventure! Area 47 at the entrance to the Ötztal valley is a spectacular 66,000 m² in size. The huge property is divided into several areas. The heart of AREA 47 is the 20,000 m² Water AREA, where extraordinary activities make hearts beat faster. The facility includes, for example, a giant slide park, freestyle jump with surf slide and slip'n'slide slide, blobbing (flinging up from the air-filled giant pillow) and cannonball (firing from a water catapult) or a diving tower.
Zeiss Planetarium | Schwaz
With the help of state-of-the-art projection technology, visitors to the Zeiss Planetarium in Schwaz are transported into the mysterious world of planets, stars and galaxies. In the cinema-like hall with comfortable tilting chairs, young and old look up at the large dome of the Schwaz Planetarium. Exciting films and shows about the universe, the history of space travel and planets as well as the starry sky are shown on the 360 degree wide screen with more than 100 square meters. Separate shows for children and young people make the Schwaz Planetarium a destination for the whole family, whatever the weather.
Haus der Natur | Salzburg
Giant dinosaurs from days long past meet milestones of space travel, diverse underwater worlds and reptiles from all over the world in the House of Nature. And the journey into the human body is just as thrilling as the interactive experiments in the Science Center - the Haus der Natur has a lot to offer! On a tour of the museum, visitors discover nature from its most exciting sides. Right at the entrance, giant dinosaurs show what the world looked like millions of years ago. Just a few steps away, a look into the boundless universe offers insights into the milestones of space travel.
Alpenzoo | Innsbruck
At the foot of the Nordkette, above the rooftops of Innsbruck, the capital of Tyrol, is the Alpine Zoo, located at an altitude of 750 meters. On just over five hectares, some 2,000 alpine animals of around 150 species are cared for in enclosures, terrariums and aquariums designed to be close to nature. No other zoo in the world displays such a complete collection of wild animals from the Alpine region. Especially in spring, when the first young animals see the light of day, there is a lot going on in the Alpine Zoo. In the show barn, rare native breeds of cattle, pigs, goats and sheep can be viewed up close and also stroked. But the brown bears are definitely a special highlight.
Märchen-Erlebnispark | Marquartstein
Located in the Chiemgau mountains, the park has been thrilling visitors since 1971, primarily with mechanically operated attractions, and has been amazing children, parents and grandparents for more than 50 years. Together they experience a fairyland created with great attention to detail and plenty of space for adventure, play and fun. All major attractions such as the summer toboggan run, the snail race, the Gaudi gondola, the Stubborn Donkey are included in the admission price. Barbecue area and picnic hut are available for self-catering. The park restaurant Jägerwinkl with continuous warm kitchen spoils with regional delicacies.
Amusement park | Ruhpolding
The amusement park in Ruhpolding, Germany, offers around 60 attractions for families. The park is themed as a fairy tale and adventure world with crystal mine, dinosaur mountain or the slide paradise. The rides range from fast-paced to leisurely, but there are also some that are suitable for small children. For families, the park offers generational games with competitions such as the biathlon duel or archery. The park also offers a restaurant, but you can also barbecue yourself.