Kids @ Vienna House
Hotels are soooo boring! Elevator up, elevator down. A room, a bed, a suitcase. Ha! Not at Vienna House! Here they’ve thought of everything so that parents and children feel right at home and the kids have enough fun during their stay.
A city trip to Berlin or Prague or a fun trip to Legoland® at Günzburg – nothing stands in the way of good times together with your family. The hotel team will take care of your individual needs during your stay. You don't need to have deep pockets: the little ones stay for free up to the third birthday. And even for the bigger kids up to 13 there are no extra costs in case the child is spleeping in the parents' bed. An extra bed is available in some room categories - please inquire with the hotel team in advance!
Joh? Who's Joh?
Joh is a little cheeky goblin who escaped from an old, dusty travel case and has been hiding at Vienna House ever since. With his playful mischief, he’s got plenty of fun ideas to keep the kids entertained. He can make himself invisible and with his red wingsuit he flies from one Vienna House to another as fast as lightning. So come on by and send the kids off looking for Joh. Read the whole story of Joh!
Only for kids!
If you can’t wait until you arrive, you can get the fun started online at Joh’s fun’n’games website.
Kids places2be @ Leipzig
Joh's an expert in finding new and exciting places where kids can have fun. There's so much to discover in and around Leipzig. Here are Joh's favourite places:
Climbing forest Leipzig
Ever jumped out of a treetop like Tarzan into a net? Balanced at a breathtaking height over swaying ropes, bridges and beams? Raced on a zip line to the earth in a spider web? Never? But then into the climbing forest and up to the tree - in the climbing forest Leipzig! Minimum age 6 years and 1.10m size for the small course.More information here
Natural History Museum
The museum is around 100 years old and collects, researches and preserves the natural resources of North West Saxony in the fields of geology, biology and archeology. An important focus is the presentation of the problems of environmental and nature conservation. The collections contain u. a. valuable evidence of extinct plant and animal species. Various exhibitions inform you about the epochs of the earth's history, the emergence of cultural landscapes and the habitats of northwest Saxony. Employees and museum educators provide extensive knowledge of nature and the environment, especially among children and adolescents. The permanent exhibition is currently open for individual visitors only on weekends and public holidays as well as during school holidays. During the week, it is reserved for educational activities and groups.More information here
This panorama takes you on a journey to the foreign world of the microcosmos. Look out on a Leipzig garden from the pistil of a chamomile blossom. From the perspective of a grain of pollen, you can observe a giant bee as it pollinates the flower and discover the universe behind a flower calyx. A familiar world will unfold before your eyes in a completely new way, as if under a gigantic microscope.More information here
The Young World Theatre
The oldest children and youth theater in Germany brings performances for children from the age of two on the stage and stands out with unusual piece developments, with contemporary drama and experimental dance projects out. A special focus is the theater education "Junge Wildnis".More information here
UNIKATUM Children's Museum
The UNIKATUM Children's Museum Leipzig offers interactive entertainment in an exciting way entertainment and cultural education for children and adults. Presented are experimental and game worlds on social topics. The theme worlds of the exhibitions discover the visitors in the sense of accessible picture books. Interactive stations invite you to experiment and & think outside the box, leaving room for visitors to add their own thoughts. The exhibitions are bilingual in German and English. In addition to the interactive exhibitions, the UNIKATUM Children's Museum also offers children's birthday parties and the Sunday family breakfast in its own museum café with play area.More information here
Visit our great zoo with over 850 species in six different theme worlds. You can hike through the Gründergarten or take a boat through the Gondwanaland. You can see elephants bathing in Asia or roaming Africa and South America. In the bear castle you can play great.More information here