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Excursions with Children in the Chiemsee Region

The Chiemgau region, all of Bavaria, and the many destinations in neighbouring Austria offer an exciting array of adventures suitable for all ages. No matter what the weather brings, there are fun water activities on hot days, indoor adventures on colder days, as well as mines and museums for you to explore together with all members of your family – all easily accessible from the Wimmerhof farm.


For water-lovers:

Eggstätt-Hemhofer Lake District / Lake Hartsee

The idyllic Lake Hartsee attracts visitors with its new leisure park featuring a playground, miniature golf course and two beach volleyball courts, rowing boat rental and a bathing island.


Rubber dinghy rides and rafting on the River Alz

The River Alz flows out of Lake Chiemsee. The whole family can go swimming, have fun paddling, or simply relax on a peaceful boat trip in a dinghy between Seebruck and Truchtlaching, the nature reserve of the upper Alz.



The water, sports and leisure complex for the whole family in Wasserburg am Inn


Special experiences:

Chiemsee – Pirate's treasure hunt

Armed with a treasure map, the pirates set off on an exciting adventure in search of treasure around and on mysterious Lake Chiemsee and face many a cunning trick along the way.


Oberreith Wildlife Park

Besides the numerous native animals to see at the park, there are many other leisure attractions, including the 400-metre long “Flying Fox” on which you are suspended high above the ground on two wire cables and slide down two at a time from a 30-metre high viewing tower to the park’s restaurant.


Marquartstein Fairytale Theme Park and Ruhpolding Amusement Park

Fairytale amusement parks featuring a summer sled run, witches’ school and a petting zoo invite visitors to marvel and discover.


Climbing Forest Prien

You can put your courage to the test here as you clamber and climb from tree to tree over bridges, nets, ropes and many other surprising obstacles. There is even plenty to keep our youngest visitors amused. A challenge for the whole family. A whole range of different courses of all levels of difficulty with illustrious names like “Pirates Parcours” or “Shaolin Parcours” await you on the banks of Lake Chiemsee and provide thrills for everyone, even those with no climbing experience at all.


Summer toboggan run in Hocheck

The new, extra long summer toboggan run winds its way along a track of 1,100 metres like a mountain roller coaster from the middle station down to the valley station. Other attractions include trampolines, an animal enclosure, a forest ropes course, and much more.


Farmer's Golf at the Samerberg

Golf with a difference: Fun for the whole family! The aim of the game is to get the small leather ball in the hole faster than your parents using a wooden clog-shaped club.


Things to do when the sun doesn’t shine:

Salt Mine in Berchtesgaden

Deep down beneath the ‘Salzberg’ mountain in Berchtesgaden, a hidden world is waiting to be discovered. Wearing the traditional miner’s clothing, you enter the mines down the same slides used by the miners, where a raft ride takes you across a glittering lake of salt before you return to the surface on the funicular.


Cave Castle in Stein an der Traun

Follow the trail of the wild and legendary robber baron “Heinz from Stein” in the eerie and sinister Höhlenburg castle that is carved into the rocks. The exciting guided tour will give many a visitor a touch of the creeps.


"Haus der Natur" Natural History Museum Salzburg

The natural history museum (“Haus der Natur”) offers a plethora of exciting activities for youngsters and their families, whatever the weather, with a wide range of indoor and outdoor attractions.


Deutsches Museum München

Young explorers can sit behind the wheel of a real fire engine, fly into the air, experience the moon and turn day into night, tickle the ivories of the piano, raise water and design computers ... In the “Kid’s Kingdom” of the Deutsches Museum, anything is possible.


Museum of German Automobile History in Amerang

Besides exhibiting 220 cars, the museum is home to Europe’s largest track II model railway.

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