Playgrounds

Aktivspielplatz Günther-Klotz-Anlage

Karlsruhe

This pedagogically looks plaground is in the inner-city green space area. Here children at the age of 6 to 14 years (without parents as a rule) can let off steam to their's heart's content - light a campfire, potter about with soil, stones, clay, wood or metal - shortly said to do all what children in a big city cannot do!

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Nature conservation centrem, Karlsruhe-Rappenwört

Karlsruhe

The exhibition at the Centre for Nature Conservation is quite simply an eye-opener. Year round, come rain or shine, the interactive multimedia exhibition offers excitement and fun for the whole family.

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Oberwald Zoo

Karlsruhe

Oberwald Zoo was created in 1965 to make space in Karlsruhe zoo and the city gardens for the Federal Garden Show. Today it is an integral part of the city’s attractions and cultural offering.

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Corona Virus

Important Information

Due to the official measures implemented by the State of Baden-Württemberg and the city of Karlsruhe to limit the spreading of COVID-19, Karlsruhe’s public life is currently facing severe restrictions. Cultural institutions, hotels and events are especially affected by this. Please refer directly to their individual websites for up-to-date information.

Shops remain opened. Opening times may differ from the information on this website.

Our tourist information office located on Kaiserstraße 72-74 remains opened as well with high security measures and a maximum of five people at a time.

The city of Karlsruhe provides up-to-date information on the corona crisis at www.corona.karlsruhe.de or by phone +49 721/133-3333.

On a lighter note: if you feel like clearing your mind, go ahead and continue exploring the beautiful aspects of Karlsruhe through our digital offers at www.karlsruhe-tourismus.de/smartathome (only available in German).

Stay healthy, and stay tuned!

Best wishes from all the staff at KTG Karlsruhe Tourismus GmbH and KME Karlsruhe Marketing and Event GmbH