Family and Kids in Munich

  1. Visit to experience unparalleled fun for kids
    Luitpold Park


    One of the many famous parks of Munich is the Luitpold park located in the Brunnerstrasse area. The now beautiful park, filled with playing children and couples, has quite a dark patch of history associated with it. This very same ground used to be the Nazi Party Rally grounds, with troops marching and debates and talks taking place about the horrendous misdeeds committed by the Nazis.But the p...Read more
  2. A place for children with all kinds of interests
    Rock Museum


    It is a small quirky Rock Museum. Ozzie Osbourne's signed guitar, a poem penned by Jim Morrison and Britney Spears' glitter jeans jostle for space with letters, photos and concert tickets, all the result of three decades of collecting by a pair of rock fans. It is not the largest in the world, but certainly the tallest. For space reasons, the museum can show there, high above Munich, only about...Read more
  3. A guaranteed fun space for the kids
    Englischer Garten


    The English Garden (Englischer Garten), lies amidst clamoring Munich and is one of the biggest city stops in Europe. It extends between distance from Munich's downtown area to the northeastern city limits. Established by the American Sir Benjamin Thompson in the eighteenth century, this lush and vibrant oasis is a great place to investigate and enjoy a retreat from touring in Munich. Here, peop...Read more
  4. Amazing Munich attraction for kids
    Deutsches Museum

    Family and Kids

    The Deutsches Museum Munich is on an island in the waterway Isar that goes through Munich's downtown area. Established in 1903, it is one of the oldest and biggest science and engineering exhibition halls on the planet and gloats an amazing gathering of important antiquities. The displays of the museum incorporate regular sciences, materials and preparation, vigor, conveyance, transport, musica...Read more
  5. Can keep your kids busy for days
    Djh Jugendherberge Munchen-park - Hi Munich Park Youth Hostel

    Family and Kids

    If you want to stay at a place where you will get plenty of options to go for shopping, strolling around the popular attractions of Munich, and enjoy the nightlife of the city absolutely at a low price, plan your stay in HI Munich Park Youth Hostel. Located only 5 kilometers from Marienplatz, the city center square, and 6 kilometers from the Munich Residenz palace, this hostel is equipped with ...Read more
  6. Perfect for kids day out in Munich

    Park, Games

    The Ostpark in Munich is a famous public park that was opened back in 1973. This park attracts all kinds of people who flock to the place for its lush green lawns, serene ponds and long sprawling walking tracks. The park has activities to do, be it the summer or winter weather, like a barbecue spot, volleyball ground, ice skating rink and many other fun activities to do. One can even just sit o...Read more
  7. Fun place to go for kids
    Isar Bowling Image

    Amusement Park

    Engage yourself in the different amusement activities at Isar Bowling. This 2-storey amusement centre has an immaculate setup of 22 bowling lanes where bowling can be enjoyed. There are darts and billiards facility in the specified area for the visitors who don’t prefer bowling. If you don’t prefer any of these sports then visit the bar to enjoy some sumptuous drinks. After enjoying...Read more
  8. A cool place to see with kids
    Hohenzollern Castle

    Family and Kids

    Nestled alluringly at the foothills of the Swabian Alps in Germany, is the Prussian Royal House, the Hohenzollem Castle. With a history dating back to the 11th century, the castle has gone through many hard times but is now restored back to its magnificence. The classic German architecture and the neo-Gothic style of the castle is stunning. Although it cannot be called a museum, the historical ...Read more
  9. A fantastic place for refreshing break for children
    Blutenburg Castle

    Family and Kids

    The Blutenburg Castle is a quaint, picturesquely beautiful but small palace located a few kilometers away from the center of the city. The castle was originally built between the 2 arms of the River Wurm for the Duke of Bavaria in 1438 to function as a hunting lodge. Later on with time more construction was gradually added to the existing building. The castle today has a beautiful chapel and a ...Read more