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High above Lake Brienz, you and your family can experience Switzerland's past – today! Sprawling across 660,000m2, this museum brings the past to life with numerous attractions such as original, centuries-old Swiss buildings, native farm animals, presentations of traditional handcrafts and much more.
The leisure park, a favorite destination for Swiss visitors, offers 13 areas with European themes, with over 100 attractions and shows. The park has five themed hotels of its own, which, together with the Camp Resort, make it a unique destination for short stays. This year marks Europa Park's 40th birthday and the celebrations feature terrific surprises and lots of highlights.
Redeem your paper checks at the Autogrill roadhouse at Pratteln and buy your entry tickets there.
Please note: KeyClub points cannot be redeemed at the Europa Park service desk in Rust itself.
The Kindercity in Volketswil has lots of new things for children to discover. Learning is made fun as kids get to know the world of science, are active and observe what's happening. Kindercity aims to offer children up to the age of 12 a purposeful way of spending their leisure time, using interactive games to help them learn.
Thousands of exhibits covering the history of transportation, simulators, multimedia shows and interactive exhibitions – plus the Planetarium, Swissarena, and of course the movie theater with the largest screen in Switzerland – make a visit to the Verkehrshaus (Swiss Museum of Transport) in Lucerne a unique experience.