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Fun in any weather

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Whether it's a play structure or a ball pool, a climbing castle, retro games or a trampoline children can play and romp for all they're worth at Bremen's indoor playgrounds.

1 JUMP House

The JUMP House in Bremen was opened in September 2018. The trampoline park in the Waterfront shopping centre invites you to action-packed fun and big jumps! On about 6,000 square metres, 13 varied attractions are offered, some of which are unique in Europe: From the large main field with almost 100 connected trampolines, to trampoline basketball and dodgeball, foam pit and air cushions for jumping in, to spectacular ninja courses of the latest generation, including a dizzying eight-metre height with a final zip line. Due to high demand, the Jump House strongly recommends online booking!

Besucher springen auf den zahlreichen Trampolinen.

Quelle: JUMP House / Tom Menz

1 Spiel Coolisse

In Weserpark, the "Spiel Coolisse" awaits its little guests. Children can romp to their hearts' content here on more than 2,000 square metres. While smaller visitors come accompanied, schoolchildren are allowed to play on their own for up to four hours. Highlights such as a climbing maze, a high-speed slide and a football arena are available seven days a week from 10 a.m. onwards.

Hängebrücke in der SpielCoolisse

Quelle: Spiel Coolisse im Weserpark GmbH

1 KIDDO Erlebniswelt

Also near the Weserpark, the KIDDO Erlebniswelt awaits children who love to play. A play paradise with many varied attractions (trampoline, climbing volcano, play tower, etc.) extends over more than 3,000 square metres for small and large children. From Monday to Friday, children can romp around from 2 pm onwards. On Saturdays, Sundays, public holidays and during the holidays, the indoor playground is open from 10 in the morning.

Die KIDDO-Erlebniswelt mit Klettervulkan.

Quelle: KIDDO Erlebniswelt

1 Leo's Abenteuerpark

There is plenty of space to play in Bremen's new indoor playground: Leo's in Bremen offers 28 attractions for fun, games and adventure on a covered area of around 8,000 square metres. Here, small and older children can be physically active and let off steam to their heart's content. As a meeting place for the whole family, there is a bistro with varied food and space for around 300 guests as well as many themed rooms for children's birthday parties in addition to the adventure offerings. In addition, children up to the age of three can playfully experience and develop their movement skills in a creative environment at Leo's Mini World. Adults are generally admitted free of charge to all Leo's.

Lachende Kinder rutschen eine Wellenrutsche herunter.

Quelle: LEO's

1 Planet Arcade

Whether Pacman, air hockey or a dance machine: The Planet Arcade in the Waterfront is sure to make the hearts of video game lovers beat faster. On 500 square metres, 45 gaming experiences from the areas of adventure, sport, skill and e-gaming await you. In addition to the classics, new and innovative games are also waiting for you. Best of all, the machines are open to all ages and family members. Spend an action-packed afternoon in Germany's first indoor leisure centre for virtual gaming!

Die Arcade von innen. Bunte Spielautomaten stehen an der Wand. In der Mitte ist eine Sitzgelegenheit

Quelle: Planet Arcade

1 Hafenrummel

In the harbour ambience of the 1950s, eleven stations with various fairground games await you at the harbour carnival. Compete against each other and test your skill and speed, and with a bit of luck you'll win against your friends or family. The course lasts about 90 minutes and has balls, chips and bags ready for you. Afterwards, you can round off the day in the harbour bistro.

Der große Münzschieber ist ein Spiel des Hafenrummels an einem Tisch.

Quelle: Hafenrummel

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