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Ravensburger Spieleland, Meckenbeuren

Categories: Theme Parks, Water & Amusement Parks
Inspirock Rating:
4.2/5 based on 240+ reviews on the web
Enjoy more than 60 attractions aimed at families with children under 10 at Ravensburger Spieleland. The park features seven themed areas. Walk through the Green Oasis, where kids experience farm adventures, such as driving tractors, riding ponies, milking cows, and a petting zoo. The Kaleidoscope of Fun and Games is filled with giant games and a labyrinth. Fix & Foxi Adventure Land has more action-based attractions, while Land of Discovery offers water rides and sports. Swing by Future World for a 4-D action cinema or Captain Bluebear's Wonderland for more water journeys. Interactive Land has hands-on attractions, and ChocoHouse explains the chocolate-making process and lets you make your own chocolate bars. Restaurants and shops dot the park. Put Ravensburger Spieleland and other Meckenbeuren attractions into our Meckenbeuren vacation route planner, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • The Playland is very suitable for children from 4 to 10 years ago from my point of view. Most of the attractions are not released for children under 4 years of age and children 10 years or older, most railways as boring are probably felt. The Playland is the paradise for our children, 4 and 7. There are many different attractions where they come fully at their own expense. Nice I think that often also active participation is required and you are not just 'consumed'. Parents also can do a lot with. Whether at the maze and much more when changing tyres, the fire truck race. If you want to complete a large part of the attractions without stress, it is advisable to go two days in a row. Only criticism is the culinary offer. Outside the high season during the week (in October), all capable of catering apart from the three restaurants are closed. The offer in these three stations is very modest and rather high average. Here, I clearly see upside potential if it wants to cover the needs of today's healthy balanced diets. But time apart we are very satisfied with the game land, nice people and the lovely, well-kept facility. We like to come back!
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  • In the Playland is refreshingly different - less the passive consuming in the Centre. Many attractions you can lend a hand – be it a ' fire ' delete or participate in the circus school. Food quality and priced ok, but expensive drinks. For our small it liked, the budding teen found it not so exciting.
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  • We were the second time in the Ravensburger Playland and saw the park with different eyes. For small children with approx. 2 years there's not really much, with 3 +, it is then even more exciting! It made the children definitely great fun. Because the weather was not very good, it had very little people! I find the price some cracks in comparison to Europa Park. (Adults €30.50, children from 3 €28.50) The Playland has been somewhat in the years. Much of the attraction stands and food stalls had closed. I would therefore attached a price adjustment for the autumn season. Despite a successful trip!
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  • Great for families with kids up to 10-12. So much more interactive than the legoland or Disneyland of this world. Not commercial at all. It's basically a huge playground. Staff are pleasant, very clean park and some good thrills. Maybe showing its age a little bit and relatively expensive entry fee (more than 100euros for 2 adults and 2 kids) but whole family enjoyed it and want to go back. Recommended (apart from the food... Bring a picnic)
  • Lots of fun activities for children but have to say the experience for parents is somewhat less. Food is relatively cheap but really bad. Ice cream store is nice but only opens at 1 pm. Pan cake store only opens at 5 pm (park close at 6pm). Not sure I would come back.
  • Pretty good even though it doesn't have the same vibe as the famous europa park or legoland.
  • We all (with 4 kids age 2 to 10) enjoyed a full day of fun.
  • Our kids (aged 5 and 3) loved this place. It's not particularly cheap to get in (104 Euros for the four of us, plus 4 Euros for parking) but we were there on a scorchingly hot day in August 2013, and there were barely any queues. Apparently, earlier in the week when it'd been cooler, they'd been very busy - about 5,000 visitors. Try to find out when the Germans have their school holidays, and avoid those dates, to avoid having long queues, and to get the most out of your visit. There are plenty of rides for all ages, a small train that runs through the complex, and you can buy Ravensburger games really cheap (certainly less than half of the price of Switzerland prices). The only downside was the quality of the food. There is a McD's-style burger place, or a terrible place selling inedible Asian food and pizzas. Overall, a great day out, and our 5-year-old can't wait to go back again.
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