The kids’ map of Aschaffenburg lists a whole host of playgrounds and other adventures, chosen by primary school children in Aschaffenburg.
Thanks to the pupils for all their help in creating the kids’ map, and we hope they enjoy discovering even more opportunities to play.
Part of the natural history collection originates from the former royal school of forestry. The exhibition is particularly renowned for its extensive collection of insects and the in-depth exploration of the mineralogy and geology of the Spessart hills. The displays present indigenous flora and fauna, as well as some more exotic plants and animals.
Natural History Museum
There are regular guided tours suitable for children, where young and old can learn something about Aschaffenburg.
The Aschaffenburg City Detectives -
Exploration tour through medieval Aschaffenburg
The secret life of disgusting animals -
Family guided tour in the Natural Science Museum
Wild animals in the night -
Flashlight tour in the Natural Science Museum
A museum for Christian -
Family tour in the Christian Schad Museum
Die Termine sind auf der Website der vhs zu finden, sowie im Büro der Tourist-Information zu erfragen.
A miniature golf adventure for all the family. Adventure golf is a type of minigolf with added fun. The game is played with proper golf clubs on greens with many natural obstacles. The fairways are between 8 and 22 meters long with undulating terrain. Key to mastering this game is the ability to read the terrain and hit the ball with the right amount of force.
Am Floßhafen 20
In summer, the Main offers the perfect location not only for water rats. Because in addition to Stand Up Paddling, Noah's Ark also offers pedal boats, canoes, rafts or motor boats. All vehicles can be driven without a driver's license. The catering offers food, snacks, drinks and ice cream.
Am Floßhafen 2
In the municipality of Haibach, not far from Aschaffenburg, there is a game park and a climbing forest right next to each other. Admission to the game park is free of charge and is home to animals such as donkeys, deer, goats or wild boars. The climbing forest offers 5 different courses in 2 to 12 meters height. There are also options for small climbers, as the forest ropes course also has two mini courses for children from about 4/5 years.
Teamwork, accuracy and tactics are key in this indoor sport. Cool obstacles, smoke machines, thumping music and light effects await in the intricately designed arena. The players enter it and hide, and a countdown signals when the game begins. Each game lasts 15 minutes, leaving no time to be bored. Get ready for all-action fun!
The municipal theater offers an entertaining and educationally valuable play for children between the ages of 4 and 10 on several days each month. Renowned theater ensembles from all over Germany present fairy tales, literary adaptations and musicals. Internationally outstanding theater productions are shown on the Aschaffenburg stage as part of the "Starke Stücke" children's and youth theater festival.
In the Aschaffenburg district of Nilkheim, there is a location for virtual racing simulations that provides ultra-realistic driving experiences and up-close racing. Vehicle class and race track change daily or you can choose your own from the existing repertoire of tracks and vehicles.
The Jump'n Fly is the largest trampoline park in Lower Franconia. There are a total of 11 different attractions where you can let off steam. Among other things, there is a Ninja Parkour, a dodgeball arena and a basketball arena. Even the Free Jump Arena with normal trampolines offers enough fun and opportunities for younger jumpers to let off steam.
In the Skyline Billiard Center there are individual billiard tables, darts and a sports bar. The bistro invites you to a variety of food and drinks, and you can watch live soccer on big screens and TVs.
Hanauer Str. 76
The region’s largest and most modern trampoline and fun park features no fewer than 16 themed areas with over 60 trampolines and attractions. Look forward to 3,500m² of airborne adventures!
In the climbing and bouldering hall there are numerous walls and routes from easy to challenging for everyone on two levels. Due to the roofing, the hall can be used all year round and is also perfectly suited to bridge a rainy day in Aschaffenburg.