Whenever we have visitors, my daughter wants to bring them here. It's all in German, but as it is a museum of doing rather than reading, you can watch other people and figure out what's going on. They will also do tours in English for kid groups. It's a museum of the senses, and is a lot of fun. It's rather expensive, though. My daughter's favorite part is the dark maze. Don't miss the activities outdoors, too. There is a little barefoot trail that's lots of fun. The cafe inside is limited, but there are sausages and sandwiches in the little food shack out back.
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