The German amusement park landscape counts hundreds of parks. Discover the list of amusement parks in Germany.
Amusement parks in Germany: There are amusement parks in Germany for every taste, every season, and every age. German amusement parks have roller coasters, water parks with slides or zoos, and gardens with natural experiences that provide entertainment. Check out the list below.
Did you know?
The history of amusement parks in Germany dates back to the 1920s when the foundation stone for today’s Tripsdrill amusement park was laid in tranquil Cleebronn in Baden-Württemberg.
- Map with locations of amusement parks in Germany
- Amusement parks in Baden-Württemberg
- Amusement parks in Bavaria
- Amusement parks in Berlin
- Amusement parks in Brandenburg
- Amusement parks in Hamburg
- Amusement parks in Hesse
- Amusement parks in Mecklenburg-West Pomerania
- Amusement parks in Lower Saxony
- Amusement parks in North Rhine-Westphalia
- Amusement parks in Rhineland-Palatinate
- Amusement parks in Saxony
- Amusement parks in Saxony-Anhalt
- Amusement parks in Schleswig-Holstein
- Amusement parks in Thuringia
- The best amusement parks in Germany
Map with locations of amusement parks in Germany
Amusement parks in Baden-Württemberg
Einstein, Hesse, Schiller – many great minds come from Germany’s third-largest federal state. And Baden-Württemberg’s amusement parks are also important. There are two record-holders in the southwest of the republic: not only the largest but also the oldest amusement park in Germany calls Baden-Württemberg home.
Overview of the amusement parks in Baden-Württemberg
|Adventure Park Tripsdrill||Cleebronn||The oldest amusement park in Germany|
|Europa Park||Rust||Germany’s largest amusement park|
|Westerheim Family Park||Westerheim||Animal and driving fun for young and old|
|Rutesheim Amusement Park||Rutesheim||Action and fun in the fresh air|
|Funny World||Kappel-Grafenhausen||Games and fun for the little guests|
|Funpark Backnang||Backnang||Fun for children between 1 and 12|
|Ravensburg Spieleland||Meckenbeuren/Liebenau||Adventure, games and action for families|
|Rulantica||Rust||Europa-Park’s new water park|
|Schwaben-Park||Kaiserbach||Adventure park with driving and animal fun|
|SEA LIFE Konstanz||Konstanz||Fascinating underwater world|
|Steinwasen-Park||Oberried||Enchanted by nature, driving fun & animals|
|Tatzmania Löffingen||Loffingen||Animals, games and fun in the Black Forest|
|TobiDu Indoorspielplatz||Fellbach||Fun in the colorful jungle world|
|Traumland auf der Bärenhöhle||Sonnenbühl||Fairytale world for smaller children|
|Wildlife and leisure park Allensbach||Allensbach||Animal fun with relaxation guarantee|
|YULLBE||Rust||Next generation virtual reality|
Amusement parks in Bavaria
Neuschwanstein Castle, the Hofbräuhaus, or the Oktoberfest attract millions of tourists to Bavaria every year. When visiting Germany’s largest federal state, it is also worth taking a look at the amusement parks in Bavaria. One of the oldest and largest is located here in Franconia: Freizeit-Land Geiselwind, which opened in 1969.
Did you know?
One of the oldest and largest amusement parks in Germanyis located in Franconia: Freizeit-Land Geiselwind, which opened in 1969.
Overview of the amusement parks in Bavaria
|PLAYMOBIL FunPark||Zirndorf||Colorful gaming fun with guaranteed fun|
|SEA LIFE Munich||Munich||Sea fun without getting wet|
|Skyline Park||Rammingen||Adrenaline and fun in the Allgäu|
|Wildfreizeitpark Oberreith||Unterreit||Nature, play and action combined|
|Wildpark an den Eichen||Schweinfurt||A place in the countryside between lynx and deer|
|Bavaria Filmstadt||Grünwald||An exciting look behind the scenes|
|Bayern Park||Reisbach||Action and fun in the “leisure paradise”|
|Cavalluna Park||Munich||Journey of discovery through the world of horses|
|Churpfalzpark Loifling||Traitsching||Colorful flower and adventure park|
|Dinosaurier-Freiluftmuseum Altmühltal||Denkendorf||On the trail of the primeval giants|
|Edelwies nature and leisure park||Neukirchen||An adventure for the whole family|
|Thurn Castle Adventure Park||Heroldsbach||Action for the whole family|
|Adventure Park Voglsam||Schönau||Exciting outdoor activities|
|Fred Rai Western City Dasing||Dasing||Shows & attractions with a cowboy atmosphere|
|Freizeit- und Rodelparadies St. Englmar||St Englmar||Recreational fun and fast-paced driving pleasure|
|Freizeit-Land Geiselwind||Geiselwind||Bavaria’s strongest piece of free time|
|Amusement Park Ruhpolding||Ruhpolding||Play and driving fun close to nature|
|Jochen Schweizer Arena||Taufkirchen||Adventure, action and adrenaline|
|KISS PARK||Bad Kissingen||Action, sport and thrills|
|LEGOLAND Germany||Günzburg||Adventures in a world made of LEGO bricks|
|Märchen Amusement park Marquartstein||Marquartstein||Amaze, discover, experience|
|Märchenwald Isartal||Wolfratshausen||A forest full of fairytale and action fun|
|Märchenwald Sambachshof||Bad Königshofen||Fairytale fun in the middle of green forests|
|Monster Park Rattelsdorf||Rattelsdorf||Driving fun, action and horsepower monsters|
Amusement parks in Berlin
Berlin’s sights seem countless – the Brandenburg Gate, Museum Island, the Berlin Wall and Checkpoint Charlie are a must. Amusement parks in Berlin create an exciting change from the cultural program. The program for the little ones includes fun and games, encounters with celebrities and well-known personalities or history lessons in fresh clothes.
Overview of the amusement parks in Berlin
|Berlin Dungeon||Berlin||Experience the dark side of Berlin|
|LEGOLAND Discovery Center Berlin||Berlin||Family fun in the colorful LEGO world|
|Madame Tussauds Berlin||Berlin||The world of stars and starlets|
|SEA LIFE Berlin||Berlin||Underwater fun for young and old|
Amusement parks in Brandenburg
Humboldt, Kleist, and Fontane are important personalities from Brandenburg who have achieved great things. But the federal state in the northeast of Germany is also known for film and amusement parks that have set records: One of them is the largest water park in Germany.
At Tropical Islands, visitors can relax amid tropical temperatures. If the sandy beach, rainforest, and tropical village are not enough for you, you can also immerse yourself in everyday western life in the western town of El Dorado Templin or go to the locations of well-known films and series in the Filmpark Babelsberg.
Overview of amusement parks in Brandenburg
|El Drado Templin||Templin||Action & adventure in the western town|
|Filmpark Babelsberg||Potsdam-Babelsberg||The theme park for cinema and TV|
|Freizeit Wendisch Rietz||Wendisch Rietz||Recreation and adventure in the great outdoors|
|Tier- und Freizeitpark Germendorf||Oranienburg||Animals, fun and more in an idyllic location|
|Tropical Islands||Krausnick||Experience the tropics in the middle of Brandenburg|
Amusement parks in Hamburg
Hamburg has more than just Reeperbahn, Fischmarkt, and the Alster. It also has the largest model railway system in the world – the Miniatur Wunderland Hamburg. If you prefer to stay in the city but want to rewind time, you can experience history lessons of a different kind in the Hamburg Dungeon – including water travel and free fall.
The amusement parks in Hamburg are definitely of a different kind – but definitely worth a visit.
Overview of the amusement parks in Hamburg
|Hamburg Dungeon||Hamburg||Scary shows for the horror fans|
|Miniatur Wunderland Hamburg||Hamburg||Discover sights in miniature format|
Amusement parks in Hesse
Frankfurt am Main, Wiesbaden, and Darmstadt – Hessen is not only appreciated for its banking metropolis and its science city. Numerous adventure and leisure parks in Hesse invite you to have fun and adventure far away from the hustle and bustle of the big city.
Hesse’s amusement parks are primarily aimed at families with children and often offer driving fun and animal encounters in the middle of nature. For example, the Steinau amusement park in the Spessart invites you to a rapid descent on the 850-meter-long summer toboggan run, while in the Taunus the Lochmühle amusement park and the Taunus Wonderland are available for day trips.
Overview of amusement parks in Hesse
|Das Tollhaus||Bad Vilbel||Colorful game world with a fun guarantee|
|Erlebnispark Steinau||Steinau and der Straße||Idyllic family park|
|Erlebnispark Ziegenhagen||Witzenhausen||Medieval theme worlds for children|
|Freizeitpark Lochmühle||Wehrheim||Entertainment and fun in the great outdoors|
|Taunus Wunderland||Schlangenbad||Fun family amusement park|
|Waldzoo Offenbach||Offenbach am Main||Small zoo with animals you can touch|
|Wild- und Freinzeitpark Willingen||Willingen||Wild animals, forest and much more|
Amusement parks in Mecklenburg-West Pomerania
Mecklenburg-West Pomerania is home to Rügen, the largest island in Germany – and two of the amusement parks in Mecklenburg-West Pomerania: Rügen Park and Rügen Dinosaur Land are only half an hour away by car. But despite the proximity, young and old meet here.
After a visit to Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania’s amusement parks, the coast invites you to take relaxing walks.
Overview of amusement parks in Mecklenburg-West Pomerania
|Dinosaurierland Rügen||Glowe / Insel Rügen||The largest adventure park on Rügen|
|Rügen Park||Gingst||Miniature landscape and action on Rügen|
Amusement parks in Lower Saxony
Whether Lüneburg Heath or the North Sea coast – as the second-largest federal state in terms of area, there are extensive natural landscapes and a large number of adventure and leisure parks embedded in them in Lower Saxony. The federal state in northern Germany is also known for record-holders: The Serengeti Park, for example, is the largest safari park in Europe.
Visitors can immerse themselves in the exotic world of Africa in the middle of the Lüneburg Heath. More than 1,500 animals have had their home there for over 40 years and can be admired from the Serengeti bus over an area of 200 hectares. In addition to experiencing nature, adrenaline and adventure are also popular in Lower Saxony’s amusement parks.
Overview of amusement parks in Lower Saxony
|Dinosaurierpark Münchehagen||Rehburg-Loccum||Experience the fascination of dinosaurs up close|
|Erse Park Uetze||Uetze||Discover the world of dinosaurs|
|Familienpark Sottrum||Holle||Experience flora, fauna and rides|
|Ferienzentrum Schloss Dankern||Haren/Ems||Fun and relaxation for families|
|Heide Park Resort||Soltau||Northern Germany’s largest amusement park|
|Jaderpark||Jaderberg||Animal driving fun on the North Sea coast|
|Kids-Dinoworld||Salzhemmendorf||Indoor adventure fun for children|
|LandErlebnis Janßen||Westerstede||Magic Park Verden|
|Magic Park Verden||Verden (Aller)||World full of magic for young and old|
|Otter-Zentrum Hankensbüttel||Hankensbüttel||On the trail of the otter|
|Rasti-Land||Salzhemmendorf||Entertainment for every age group|
|SEA LIFE Hannover||Hannpver||Journey through different seas of the world|
|Serengeti-Park||Hodenhagen||Animal & driving fun in Africa’s wilderness|
|Tier- und Freizeitpark Thüle||Friesoythe-Thüle||Animals & driving fun: “Experience something wild!”|
|Weltvogelpark Walsrode||Walsrode||An adventure that inspires|
|Wild- und Freizeitpark Ostrittrum||Dötlingen||Discover the world of animals and fairy tales|
Amusement parks in North Rhine-Westphalia
The most populous federal state in Germany has many adventure and leisure parks. In North Rhine-Westphalia, there is something on offer for adrenaline-hungry people as well as families with children.
With the largest film park in Germany, the Movie Park Germany, with its numerous rides and shows in front of film sets, the Phantasialand with its world-class theme worlds, and the FORT FUN adventure land with leisure fun amid idyllic nature, North Rhine-Westphalia has a lot to offer in terms of leisure activities. In addition to the very large amusement parks in NRW, there are also safari and animal parks as well as regional family parks to be discovered here in western Germany.
Overview of the amusement parks in North Rhine-Westphalia
|AKTIVI Kinder Abenteuerland||Kall||play, fun and being active|
|Alma Park||Gelsenkirchen||10,000 m² of action & sport – in the middle of the Ruhr area!|
|Alpenpark Neuss||Neuss||Alpine leisure fun in the middle of NRW|
|Bobbolandia||Grevenbroich||Pirate adventures for kids|
|Bubenheimer Spieleland||Nörvenich||Move and play inside and outside|
|Familienpark Herne||Herne||Natural leisure fun for young and old|
|FORT FUN Abenteuerland||Bestwig-Wasserfall||Largest amusement park in the Sauerland|
|Freizeitpark Ibbenbüren||Ibbenbüren||Historical tobogganing madness and fairytale hustle and bustle|
|Freizeitpark Schloss Beck||Bottrop||Playing and driving fun in a castle setting|
|Grusellabyrinth NRW||Bottrop||The ultimate thrill|
|Gut Eversum Tier- und Freizeitpark||Olfen||Nature, animals, games and fun|
|Historischer Spiel- und Freizeitpark Ittertal||Solingen||Play paradise with nostalgic flair|
|Hochwildpark Rheinland||Mechernich-Kommern||Natural animal fun in the Eifel|
|Holleshof||Wachtendonk||Play in an idyllic location|
|Irrland||Kevelaer-Twisteden||Recreational fun with over 80 stations|
|Kernie’s Familienpark||Kalkar||Family amusement park in the wonderland of Kalkar|
|Ketteler Hof||Haltern am See||“Pure nature and adventure”|
|LEGOLAND Discovery Centre Oberhausen||Oberhausen||Colorful fun for the little guests|
|Märchenwald Altenberg||Odenthal-Altenberg||Romantic fairy tale hours|
|Movie Park Germany||Bottrop-Kirchhellen||North Rhine-Westphalia’s own Hollywood|
|Naturerlebnispark Panarbora||Waldbröl||An eventful day in the great outdoors|
|Okidoki Kinderland Mönchengladbach||Mönchengladbach||Varied indoor playground|
|Phantasialand||Brühl||Really wild animal and game fun|
|potts park||Minden||Fantastic fun for young and old|
|Safariland Stukenbrock||Schloss Holte-Stukenbrock||Safari flair and fast-paced driving fun|
|SEA LIFE Königswinter||Königswinter||On the trail of sea creatures|
|SEA LIFE Oberhausen||Oberhausen||Experience colorful sea life up close|
|ZOOM Erlebniswelt||Gelsenkirchen||Discovery tour through the colorful animal world|
Amusement parks in Rhineland-Palatinate
Whether the largest wine-growing region in Germany or Mainz as the cradle of book printing: Rhineland-Palatinate has a lot to offer its guests, including a variety of amusement parks – whether with animal experiences or adrenaline-packed roller coasters.
The Eifelpark, which has been open to visitors since 1964, awaits you with a historic experience of nature. Near the French border, visitors can combine wildlife and leisure parks: adventure playgrounds, animal enclosures or the 40 km/h summer toboggan run are activities for the whole family. There is even more adrenaline rush in the Holiday Park, where historic carousels stand next to award-winning roller coasters: The best roller coaster in the world has been voted here several times.
Overview of the amusement parks in Rhineland-Palatinate
|Eifelpark||Gondorf||Animal and amusement park in one|
|Holiday Park||Haßloch||Adrenaline rush, action and family fun|
|Kurpfalz-Park Wachenheim||Wachenheim||Action and fun in the great outdoors|
|ring°werk am Nürburgring||Nürburg||Journey through the motorsport world|
|SEA LIFE Speyer||Speyer||Dive into the underwater world|
|Tolli-Park||Mayen||Action-packed indoor and outdoor fun|
|Wild- und Erlebnispark Daun||Daun||Relax and discover nature in the Eifel|
|Wild- und Freizeitpark Klotten||Klotten||Games, fun, nature and animals|
|Wild- und Freizeitpark Westerwald||Gackenbach||Colorful variety of animals and action fun|
Amusement parks in Saxony
Saxony has diverse amusement parks: whether in rubber boats from the pyramid into the cool water to the dinosaurs in a bygone era or a large western town – the Free State has more to offer than many people think.
The “Adventure Realm” BELANTIS near Leipzig, for example, takes you into eight themed worlds such as the “Valley of the Pharaohs” with roller coaster rides or wild water adventures. The dinosaur park near Bautzen takes you even further back in time – with over 200 life-size models of the primeval giants. The Plohn amusement park in Vogtland also takes you to other worlds – for example to cowboys and Indians or the Gauls.
Overview of amusement parks in Saxony
|BELANTIS||Leipzig||The “Adventure Realm” for young and old|
|Elbe-Freizeitland Königstein||Königstein||Action, games and fun for young and old|
|Erleniswelt SteinReich||Hochstein||Adventure world for the whole family|
|Freizeitanlage Syrantal||Plauen||Varied family fun|
|Freizeit Plohn||Lengenfeld / Plohn||Discovery tour through 8 themed worlds|
|Miniaturpark Klein-Erzgebirge||Oederan||Miniature world with a big impact|
|Miniaturpark Klein Sächsische Schweiz||Wehlen||Saxon Switzerland at a glance|
|Saurierpark Kleinwelka||Bautzen||Games & fun in the realm of primeval giants|
|Sonnenlandpark Lichtenau||Lichtenau||Time with and for the whole family|
Amusement parks in Saxony-Anhalt
Handel, Bismarck, and Luther – well-known personalities were born in Saxony-Anhalt. A visit to Saxony-Anhalt is always worthwhile, not only from a cultural point of view but also because of the interesting recreation and leisure parks.
Anyone traveling in Magdeburg can make a direct detour to the Elbauenpark. A unique variety of gardens, native wild animals, and interactive exhibitions can be admired here, while a summer toboggan run provides fun. There are also leisure parks in Saxony-Anhalt for western fans: In the Harz Mountains, on the border with Thuringia, you can experience the feeling of the Wild West life. Pullman City is all about live shows, authentic music, and Old West action.
The adventure and theme parks can be easily combined with a city trip. And those interested in history can visit the Luther House in Wittenberg or experience American culture and history in the Harz Mountains.
Overview of the amusement parks in Saxony-Anhalt
|Alaris Schmetterlingspark Wittenberg||Lutherstadt Wittenberg||Journey to the tropical butterfly paradise|
|Elbauenpark||Magdeburg||Activity offers for every taste|
|Erlebnistierpark Memleben||Kaiserpfalz||An animal adventure for families|
|Pullman City Harz||Hesselfelde||The western town in the Harz Mountains|
Amusement parks in Schleswig-Holstein
Wadden Sea and herring, lighthouses and the Holsten Gate – Germany’s northernmost state immediately brings images to mind. But the amusement parks in Schleswig-Holstein are also well-known throughout the state, as they hold many a world record.
Thrill seekers are in good hands at the Hansa Park on the Baltic Sea. Not only is Germany’s highest and fastest roller coaster here, but also the only one with a reverse free-fall element, “Kärnan”. The beautiful coastal landscapes characterize not only the landscape in front of the Hansa-Park , but also in the Tolk-Schau adventure park , where visitors can discover exhibitions, dinosaur models and nature.
Overview of the amusement parks in Schleswig-Holstein
|Freizeitpark Weissenhäuser Strand||Wangels||Diverse recreational fun by the sea|
|Hansa-Park||Sierksdorf||Recreational fun in the adventure park by the sea|
|SEA LIFE Timmerndorfer Strand||Timmendorfer Strand||Dive into the underwater world|
|Tolk Schau||Tolk||Fun and action for the whole family|
Amusement parks in Thuringia
Whether hiking on the Rennsteig, skiing in Oberhof, or following in the footsteps of Goethe in Weimar – the centrally located federal state offers a wide range of leisure activities. If that’s not enough, you can look forward to the diverse amusement parks in Thuringia.
Thuringia is the historic record holder with the Possen recreation and leisure park. There you will not only find the oldest and highest half-timbered tower in Europe but also a hunting lodge from 1619. Those who like to climb to dizzy heights can also experience the high ropes course in the Funpark Inselsberg with a descent of up to 85 meters – in addition to the summer toboggan run and airplane monorail. Animal parks, adventure playgrounds , and the popular fairy grotto are also represented in Thuringia and promise variety for every age group.
The amusement parks in Thuringia are therefore ideal as an excursion destination for families – with culture, nature and action in all seasons.
Overview of amusement parks in Thuringia
|Freizeitpark Possen||Sondershausen||Leisure fun in the countryside|
|Funpark Inselsberg||Brotterode-Trusetal||Movement and action on the Inselsberg|
|Märchenwald Saalburg||Saalburg||Fairy tale world and driving fun combined|
|Saalfelder Feengrotten||Saalfeld||In the Realm of Fairies and Miners|
|Zwergen-Park Trusetal||Brotterode-Trusetal||Discover the kingdom of the dwarves|
The best amusement parks in Germany
Which amusement park in Germany is the best? Which one is particularly suitable for families, where are the fastest roller coasters and attractions for adrenaline junkies? And which amusement parks can I book with overnight stays? See the top 10 amusement parks in Germany in detail here:
1. Europa Park
Travel through the picturesque expanses of the European continent in just one day! With 18 themed worlds based on countries such as Italy, Greece and Iceland, Europa-Park attracts around 5.5 million visitors every year. This makes it the most visited amusement park in Germany.
No wonder, because in addition to the colorful themed areas, more than 60 diverse attractions and rides such as roller coasters, water rides and a fairytale forest make everyday life seem far away. Look forward to an unforgettable experience for the whole family!
Summer season: late March to mid-November
Winter season: late November to mid-January
People over 12 years: from €55.00
Children (4 to 11 years): from €47.00
Eurosat – Cancan Coaster, Atlantis Adventure, Blue Fire Megacoaster, Arthur, Euro Tower, Fjord Rafting, Pirates in Batavia, Wodan
Europa-Park-Strasse 2, 77977 Rust
Welcome to the paradise for big and small adrenaline junkies – and those who want to become one! Centrally located between Cologne and Bonn, Phantasialand offers the perfect backdrop for an active family outing or an exciting day with friends.
Soar through the air on the world’s fastest multi-launch coaster, Taron, cool off on the Chiapas water ride, or conquer the Black Mamba and loop after loop! The youngest visitors get their money’s worth in “The Funny Parrot” and in “Cloud’s Airmail”.
Summer season: early April to early November
Winter season: late November to mid-January
Adults (from 12 years): from €54.50
Children (4 – 11 years): from €44.50
Black Mamba, Taron, FLY, Mystery Castle, River Quest, Colorado Adventure, Talocan, Winja’s Fear & Winja’s Force, Chiapas
Berggeiststrasse 31-41, 50321 Brühl
3. Heide Park Resort
Originally opened as a wildlife park, Heide Park has now established itself as the largest amusement park in northern Germany. Almost 40 attractions and rides ensure family fun and tingling in the stomach!
In the themed areas “Bay of the Pirates”, “Transylvania”, “Land of the Forgotten” and “Exploria”, lightning-fast roller coasters, exciting themed rides and captivating events and shows offer games, fun and excitement for young and old. The most popular rides include the newly opened wooden roller coaster “Colossos” and the 103 m high free fall tower “Scream”.
End of March to beginning of November
(note closing days in the off-season)
Adults (from 12 years): from €52.00
Children (3 – 11 years): from €41.00
Flight of Demons, Colossos, Limit, Scream, Big Loop, Wildwasserbahn, Bobsleigh Track, Desert Race, Mountain Rafting, Pirate Show
Heide Park 1, 29614 Soltau
4. Holiday Park
The Holiday Park in Hassloch offers attractions for the whole family. However, many of the subject areas are specially tailored to children. The little ones can experience a lot in the Majaland, Holly’s Cartoon Town and in the Viking Village. The most famous attraction is undoubtedly the Expedition GeForce roller coaster, which has been voted the best steel roller coaster several times.
Mid-April to early November
(note closing days in the off-season)
from 140 cm height: from €38.50
100 – 139 cm height: from €33.50
85 – 99 cm height: from €14.50
Annubis Free Fall Tower, BigFM Expedition GeForce, Falkenstein Castle, Thunder River, Lighthouse Tower, Sky Fly, Sky Scream, Tabaluga’s Roller Coaster, Wave Flight, Wickie Splash, Maja’s Blossom Splash
Holiday-Park-Strasse 1-5, 67454 Hassloch/Palatinate
5. Hansa Park
Between the Baltic Sea resorts of Scharbeutz and Neustadt, Germany’s only amusement park by the sea awaits. Not only roller coaster fans feel at home in Hansa-Park, but also young adventurers, because many attractions are also suitable for the little ones . In addition, there are many small hidden playgrounds, caves, tree houses and even a climbing course to discover in Hansa Park.
Beginning of April to the end of October
(note closing days in the off-season)
Adults (from 12 years): from €42
Children (4 – 11 years): from €33.00
Highlander, Escape from Novgorod, Oath of Karnan, Nessie, Crazy Mine, The Bell, Midgard Serpent, Old Faire, Carnapults, Mad Roland, Super Splash
Am Fahrenkrog 1, 23730 Sierksdorf
6. Erlebnispark Tripsdrill
Welcome to the oldest amusement park in Germany: Since 1929, numerous visitors have come to the southern German amusement park every year. True to the motto “Swabia in 1880”, more than 100 themed attractions, museums and a wildlife paradise await you.
Early April to early November
(off-season opening times may vary)
Persons from 12 years: from €37.00 Children (4 – 11 years): from €31.00
“Karacho” catapult roller coaster, high altitude flight, “Mammut” wooden roller coaster, wash tub rafting, mill stream ride
Street 1, 74389 Cleebronn
7. Movie Park Germany
Watch out, film fans: At Movie Park Germany, more than 30 attractions and rides will take you into the worlds of Star Trek, The Walking Dead, Spongebob Squarepants & Co. Experience fast-paced roller coasters, splashy water rides and exciting themed rides in Bottrop.
late March to early November
Adults (from 12 years): from €50.00
Children (4 – 11 years): from €44.90
STAR TREK™: Operation Enterprise, Time Riders, Avatar Air Glider, Pier Side Carousel, Spongebob Splash Bash
Warner Allee 1, 46244 Bottrop-Kirchhellen
8. Bayern Park
Bayern-Park has been offering fun and games for the whole family since 1985. Whether it’s a summer toboggan run, a free fall tower, Germany’s longest white water rafting facility or an exciting animal park – with around 80 attractions , the amusement park in Lower Bavaria offers the perfect excursion destination.
Mid-April to mid-October
(note closing days in the off-season)
from 140 cm height: from €27.00
100 – 140 cm height: from €24.00
The Freischuetz, The Boat Swing, The Dragon Ride, The Whitewater Ride, The Steep Slide, The Butterfly
Fellbach 1, 94419 Reisbach
9. Serengeti Park
Embedded in the Lüneburg Heath, the Serengeti Park offers adventurous animal lovers the ideal combination of leisure resort and animal park. At the Serengeti Jungle Safari, visitors can get up close and personal with over 1,500 animals – including monkeys, rhinos and giraffes – and immerse themselves in the African savannah. Afterwards, park guests can look forward to 24 rides that provide games, fun and action.
End of March to beginning of November
Daily from 10 a.m. to at least 6 p.m
Adults (from 13 years): from €37.50
Children (3 – 12 years): from €27.50
Serengeti Safari, Jungle Safari, Ice Age Safari, Safari Blitz, Chura Racer Roller Coaster, Gantu Top Spin, White Water Ride, Swing Boat, Giant Slide, Africa Express
Am Safaripark 1, 29693 Hodenhagen
10. Skyline Park
Bavaria’s largest amusement park awaits you with more than 60 attractions and rides. In the Skyline Park in the Allgäu you will find offers for the whole family: Flying boats with the “Flug der Caribbean”, water fun with “Sky Rafting” and pure adrenaline in the roller coaster “Sky Wheel” await you!
End of March to beginning of November
Daily from 9.30 a.m. to at least 5 p.m.
(note closing days in the low season)
over 150 cm tall: from €33.00
110 – 149 cm tall: from €26.00
Sky Shot, Sky Circle, Sky Dragster, Sky Spin, Sky Shot, Zero Gravity, Nostalgic Roller Coaster, Wild Water Ride
Skyline-Park-Str. 1, 86871 Rammingen