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Miniland, Kirchheim bei Munich

(3.6/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
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  • Overall a beautiful plant, with much attention to detail. Nevertheless the ticket price seems quite high. About the missing elevator I've annoyed me really. Dolle not so when you're with two small children there, one of which is still in the baby carriage. Every 15 minutes there is an artificial thunderstorm in the Hall, because my filly started to cry, but a staff member tried to calm her by showing her where the Thunder comes (CD player). Nix helped though, but still nice.
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  • I was with my 3-year old daughter here. Although I only had to pay admission, were also already 10 euro. Would be OK if you can get something for it. But it doesn't. Ultimately, the mini land located in a single large room. You can but approach the actual structure only from one side, so you can barely see many details in the background. Still, railing against the landscape is just so high that young children can see just not over it. Of the buttons to press not go about half, or trigger other something as claimed (E.g. at the helicopter, only the rotor moves, but the figure does not dump itself, as claimed). Many speakers have already said that: the counterpart in Hamburg is infinitely better. Now a few odds and ends: According to the homepage, the prices due to the increased heating costs are so high. Interesting... because it was quite cold in the room (we were good, in January there, but no visitor had pulled out the jacket). Then there's still a weird "laser game", which was probably expensive to purchase, but has to do anything with a 'mini country'. The play areas for children are quite large, and were I believe also me nice. Unfortunately, they are now really very dirty - I had to keep my daughter away from one of the toys to get out food... really gross. My conclusion is therefore that I would recommend a visit. First of all, because you also equal times go as a family with two adults and children who are a little older, 25-30 euro. For this, which is really little available. For this money, I can also in the Indoorspielplatz, and there are the kids busy for hours.
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  • It's a very nice layout with good driving. Landscape design, typical German landscapes were by designed by the coast down to Lake Constance. The implementation of the airport with real flight operations, moving the aircraft on cords is interesting. Can I find personally much more creative than E.g. plexiglass ramps. You can also see that the system has a long tradition, E.g. in the landscape design you could more details add, the H0 market offers today Yes pretty much everything. For example, the stations with signals are equipped. Also you should think about the introduction of the Faller car system (nowadays in many systems standard), there is enough space and as a visitor you want to see so much movement. What also struck me is that the unfamiliar site is relatively hard to find, here a better signs could remedy.
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  • Great but very hot during summer
  • My little one want to go there again ravikana. Super wooden railway to the play, huge. The laser-dark cabin is also great for the small future agents, to the scuttle and flit out. The facility itself is also gigantic and full of detail. Even if I'm there (every few weeks) they have each new attractions (count dinosaurs, count tree trunks). Rebuild the system from time to time. (New Dino area). Much to the press and it happens.
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  • I find exaggerated €10 for the small country. In 20 minutes, it is through and start the plane at the airport and only the hourly... More details in the system would be great, too. There I found much nicer. The aisles are narrow. And of itself nicely crafted play area for the little ones is to usually unfortunately constantly with the unhealthy fog of laser Clou. Not recommended
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  • Very small, very outdated, not much is available in my opinion. Here an entrance fee of €10 per person is also very highly regarded. We do NOT come back!
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  • A real world in miniature. The rail network is impressive, but not only: animations (day/night for example) and the air demonstration are still small and great happiness. An ideal output per day of bad weather.
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