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I visited this theme park with my wife, her parents, and our 2 sons (aged 6 & 4) whilst on holiday nearby in July 2017. The park was small and quiet, which was a nice change from other, larger, parks. The all inclusive option for...More
Wunderland Kalkar is a family park with rides for all ages. Most attractions are for kids, but adults can enjoy climbing the cool tower (too high for me), carrousel, carts and water rollercoaster. Nothing too scary, short lines, not much waiting, just a lot of...More
We bought some tickets whit discount. I thought around 17euro x 6people.
This included: parking (free), coffee, hot chocolate, soda's, fries, icecream and a lot of fun attractions.
I loved it, it was a little chilly (cold but dry wheather). Made me smile alot and...More
visited this park last Saturday for a Porsche car meeting in one of their large fair halls. Also went to the park to have a look what they have done to make a nuclear plant into an attraction park. There are quite some indoor and...More
What a waste of time and money. The park is small and the attractions are very short in duration. And it may be German rules but our second son, age six, wasn't even allowed to go into the ride. He was to short. In the...More
Wunderland Kalkar: the postapocalyptic funpark where you can play amidst freakishly large mutant insects and push your garbage through nuclear mascotte Kernie's ("Corey") eyes.
It's without a doubt a weird experience: a fun park build around a cooling tower and former nuclear facility. Although the...More