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Activities for Rainy days in Munich with Kids

If you are like me then staying at home on a rainy day in Munich can be torture. We don’t even have a garden or balcony where I could throw them out for fun in the rain. So either we are all outside getting wet which is ok or everyone is board inside including me. I like being out and about with the kids. It makes the afternoon fly by and we are usually rushing to get in bed on time.

Inside Pool

               Munich has many wonderful indoor pools to pick from here is a link to the “hallenbad” in Munich. Our favorites near us are Forstenrieder Bad, SudBad, and Westbad.

Inside play area

My kids beg to go to inside playgrounds on most rainy days and even some sunny days. They just have so much fun.

Wichtel Werk – This is our favorite indoor playground. We are located on the west side of Munich making this one very convenient. It is fun for everyone from the little guys to preteens. The latest addition of a giant crocodile that swallows up the kids was a huge hit with my kids. Careful though they have very limited hours during the Summer 2019 school holidays. https://wichtel-werk.de/

brothers enjoying inside play at wichtel werk
Munich kids playing air hockey at wichtel werk

Rauberhall – This indoor playground is right in the center of town. So it is great for people traveling with kids to Munich. It has lots to do but unfortunately a lot of the activities they have there cost extra and of course that is all my kids want to do.  Still a great indoor alternative while you are traveling in Munich with kids.

Hunting and fishing Museum – This museum is also located right in the heart of Munich and you would not think to go to the hunting and fishing museum with a kid but it really has a great interactive area.  You can learn all about the local fish and wildlife through fun hands on activities.

Munich family playing at the hunting and fishing museum
Munich kids playing at the hunting and fishing museum

Verkehrszentrum – Transportation Museum – This is a sister museum to the Deutsches Museum that focuses on transportation. You can see lots of cars, trains, u-bahns, trams, and buses. The highlight at the end of smaller museum is a kids play area with a giant slide, megablocks, coloring area, and other fun activities.

https://www.deutsches-museum.de/en/verkehrszentrum/exhibitions/

Munich kids playing at verkehrszentrum
Munich kids playing at verkehrszentrum
Munich kids playing at verkehrszentrum
Munich kids playing at verkehrszentrum

Duetsches Museum – This museuem is centrally located in Munich and is great for kids of all ages. See this blog post on more on the Deutsches Muesum

https://www.deutsches-museum.de/index.php?id=1&L=1

kids looking at display at Duestches Mueseum
boy at deutsches museum

Air and space museum – although small and a bit out of the center of Munich offers some fun hands on activities

https://www.deutsches-museum.de/en/flugwerft/information/

Munich kids playing at the Munich air and space museum
Munich kid in old fighter jet at museum

Things we have not tried yet but plan on in the future are

Kinder museum

Kinderkunsthaus

Museum of Mensch and Nature

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