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 @ Dresden
Joh's an expert in finding new and exciting places where kids can have fun. There's so much to discover in and around Dresden. Here are Joh's favourite places:
Mention mathematics and not many of us would jump for joy. Adventureland Mathematics in Dresden sets out to prove that this branch of science can indeed be fun. More than 100 experiments invite you to join in, think and be amazed. A fun way to learn new things.More here
Looking for someplace to go on a rainy day? Kidsplanet is a 2,000 m² indoor playground where kids can have fun no matter what the weather is like outside. Ball pit, slides, giant stuffed animals - this place has it all. While you're off having fun, your parents can sit back and relax at the bistro.More here
The Dresden Zoo is home to more than 1,700 animals - from capybaras to lions to koalas - and offers visitors an exciting journey through all the continents. A guided zoo tour could also take you behind the scenes to find out more about animal conservation and the preservation of biodiversity. Fun for all, big and small!More here
Trams, boats and automobiles
At the Dresden Transport Museum, you can go on an exciting journey into the past of mobility and learn more about what trams, cars and ships looked like long ago and how they have evolved over the decades. The many special exhibitions make each visit a new experience. Perfect for technology freaks and curious kids.More here