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Freizeitpark Schloß Beck, Bottrop

(3.5/5 based on 10+ reviews on the web)
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  • Small family run leisure park with all kinds of climbing and romping, embedded in a Castle Park with a small lake to the Paddle boats. Good price-performance ratio.
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  • Good Park for the summer. Cheaper family park. Suitable for adults and children. You should bring food.
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  • Just for kindergarten and primary school children, the amusement park of Schloss Beck offers many activities. We were there with four children (1 to 6 years) on a normal weekday, all came at their own expense. Especially the electric horse and the Giants slides had done to us. It is nice that parents on pretty much everything on top with can or should also for certain devices on the basis of age. Recommended is also the lady bug coaster :) could not get enough my three-year child, my daughters have refrained it, because it is very fast. Also the wooden playground for climbing and sliding is nice... And and and... The Café was unfortunately closed on the day, but there was a snack bar with the usual dishes, as well as a waffle stand. If you're already there, you should go anyway also in the castle itself. In the rooms are various stuffed animal backdrop to topics (E.g., Venice), pressing on a buzzer, move the soft toys with music :) Last but not least: the entrance fee (around €12 for adults and €11 for children) has counted himself out after a few rides with the mini-Ferris wheel and just mentioned.
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  • Beautiful family run leisure park. Unfortunately, some devices have come somewhat in the years but my son (5) always likes a visit there and has a lot of fun. When you visit the Park more often the season ticket for € 79 p. worth P.
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  • This Park is suitable mainly for families with children up to 12 years. The attractions are child-friendly and well maintained. There are many places where it covered comfortably, even outside food and drinks and can eat in peace. Also dogs are allowed. To get the food and drinks at the points of sale in the Park at fair prices. We had a great time and come back definitely.
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  • Ferris wheel out of service paid for half power, Paddle boats because of too little water not possible today full access all other only at certain times, still recommended for smaller children. The ticket price should be adjusted but if only limited operation.
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  • The attractions are not really up to date, that absolutely didn't bother but my 3 year old son. Everything worked perfectly. I find the price of €12 absolutely alright, when I consider that I drive that on any city fixed at 3 x carousel going on am. As only negative point, the staff would be there... While there are exceptions, but most look completely unnerved and listless. Early start driving anyway, since you can often use many things before the rush comes
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  • Good, €26 for 2 adults. and a 2-year incl parking. That a few things were closed (paddleboats, Ferris wheel) didn't bother us as first time visitors, there's enough else. The personnel operations in the French fries stand are too complicated, therefore very slow.
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