Provided by: Uwe Niklas/Tourismus Nürnberg
KIBALA - Children area of the DB Museum

KIBALA - Children area of the DB Museum

KIBALA is an area devoted entirely to children. Children can not only play in the big 1.000m2 hall, but also learn about all things rail-related. While playing, children find out how steam, electric and diesel locomotives work when they take the controls of a travel simulator and get the chance to shovel coal. Children can get on and off at the stations along the way, just like they were travelling on a real train. Children can play and help run things, dress up and perform the duties of a train attendant. In one section, they get to drive a train. Kids always love puzzles, stories, drawing and painting, so activity sheets are available at each station along the route. At the end of their visit, children can put all of their pages together to make a catalogue they can take home with them.
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Playmobil FunPark

Playmobil FunPark

Children between four and nine can jump right into the different theme worlds, balancing courses or active play areas. And there is also a lot to discover for parents and tiny siblings in the large, nature-like park landscape. Not only the brave will want to capture the pirates’ ship in the middle of the pirates’ sea, storm the twisting corners of the knights’ castle or try to keep their balance while bull riding in a Wild West town. During the winter season, the children can play in the indoor climbing area with PLAYMOBIL theme worlds such as a Viking dragon ship, a castle and a life-sized fairy-tale palace in the huge all-weather indoor play space.
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Toy Museum

Toy Museum

Ever since the Middle Ages Nuremberg has been a city of toys. Today, the world-famous Toy Museum with its wealth of exceptional exhibits breathes new life into this great historic tradition over 1,400 m² of exhibition space. Old and young can be amazed by wooden dolls, cars, trains and also recent toys like Barbie, Playmobil and Matchbox. During the summer a large outside play area, the museum café "La Kritz" in the secluded inner courtyard and the "realm of shadows" in the cellar vaults are also accessible.
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