11 Places for children in cologne, with pleasure cologne

11 places for children in Cologne

21 cafés where you can have a delicious breakfast

Do you already have a child or children, are you visiting children or are you simply looking for a gift beyond the standard price of the big manufacturers? In Cologne it can sometimes be difficult to find the right destination, a very special children’s shop or the family-friendly café. These 11 tips show you where to shop, feast and what to do with children.

© MEYER ORIGINALS Children’s theater in Comedia

The Comedia Theater not only shines with a beautiful building, but also with an excellent program that is extensive and varied not only for adults, but also for children. Children’s plays are performed in the Comedia almost every day – sometimes even several times a day. Enthusiastic at the moment "Three hazelnuts for cinderella" – in the stage version by Uli Jäckle – the big and small spectators. Uli Jäckle created a very modern and dynamic stage version from the successful fairy tale film from 1973, which is particularly impressive because of its comedy and wit – very entertaining and highly recommended. Suitable for children from the age of six.

  • Comedia Theater
  • Vondelstraße 4-8, 50677 Cologne
  • Depending on the game plan
  • from 6 euros
  • More info

© Michelle Weyers Creative break: paint the ceramic yourself

Children can do exactly what is more of a problem at home in the pottery art café on Luxemburger Straße: paint objects or smear them with paint to their heart’s content. There you can paint ceramics yourself – either by hand or with stencils, stamps, sponges and Co. You only have to pay for the ceramic blank – and the selection is really huge: cups, plates, teapots, vases, cereal bowls or piggy banks can be brushed here , The birthday present for grandma would be worried. The pottery art café also offers workshops for children, in which simple tricks of ceramic painting are shown in a playful manner and the children’s birthday party can also be celebrated here. In the end, every child takes their work home as a souvenir.

  • pottery art café
  • Luxemburger Strasse 271, 50939 Cologne
  • Wednesday: 2–8pm, Thursday: 12–6pm, Friday: 2–8pm, Saturday: 12–8pm, Sunday: 12–6pm, Monday & Closed Tuesday
  • More info

© Nicola Special children’s fashion and gifts at "Nicola"

You will find the most beautiful children’s fashion in Cologne in the children’s boutique "Nicola" in the Belgian Quarter. Everything is so beautiful here that you can’t really choose between all the cute clothes and toys. No matter whether birth presents – such as rattles, cuddly toys, bodysuits or knitted jackets – something to wear for baptism or Christmas, toys for a birthday or for the advent calendar – or the leather satchel for school enrollment "Nicola" you really always find it. The owner supports selected labels that are not yet well known. So if you are looking for something very special that you won’t find on every clothes rail, you should definitely stop by.

  • Nicola
  • Lütticher Straße 54, 50674 Cologne
  • Tuesday – Friday: 10am to 1pm and 2pm to 6pm, Saturday: 11am to 3pm
  • More info

© JUMP House Köln Auspowern in the Jumphouse

The Jumphouse in Ossendorf is very popular with children – but also adults. No wonder, in the largest trampoline park in North Rhine-Westphalia you can let off steam together on a total area of ​​around 3800 sqm, around 120 trampolines and in seven varied action areas. In the spectacular Ninja Box, for example, you can become a ninja yourself and overcome the 15 different obstacles. If you are planning a spectacular children’s birthday party, a group excursion or even a team event, you have come to the right place: 90 minutes of trampoline fun and action – perfect for really working out.

  • Jumphouse Cologne
  • Köhlstraße 10, 50827 Cologne
  • Closed on Monday only, Tuesday – Thursday: 3pm to 9pm, Friday: 1pm to 10pm, Saturday: 9:30 am to 10pm, Sunday: 9:30 am to 9pm
  • 13-26 euros
  • More info

© Christin Otto With child and cone at Fräulein Fr >

At Fräulein Frida, the family-friendly café in Ehrenfeld, not only can the adults have a rich and tasty breakfast, lunch or cake, but also the children. In addition to coffee from Schamong, crispy muesli, homemade jam, lunch options and cakes, there are baby porridge and waffles on a stick for the little ones as well as other delicacies. And so that there is no boredom, there are of course plenty of toys and books. You can also shop for home-made things for children here: bibs, sun sails, crawling blankets, daycare bags and wrap-to-go sets are just a small selection from the range.

  • Miss Frida
  • Subbelratherstrasse 179, 50823 Cologne
  • Monday – Friday: 9.30 a.m. – 6 p.m., Sunday: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
  • More info

© Kölnbäder Ice skating in the Lentpark

If you think you can only ice skate in winter, you were wrong. You can swing your runners in the Lentpark from September to April – great fun for the whole family. What is special: the 260 meter long and eight meter wide ice rink leads through both the ice rink and the indoor pool. Not only does it look great, it also has an ecological advantage: the heat that is generated to cool the ice arena heats the indoor pool. This is innovative and unique in Europe. Incidentally, the family ice-cream party rises every Saturday from 4 to 6 p.m. – with music on your ears, the whole thing is twice as much fun.

  • Lentpark
  • Lentstrasse 30, 50668 Cologne
  • Ice rink: Monday – Friday: 8.30am – 10.30pm, Saturday: 9.30am – 8pm, Sunday: 9.30am – 9pm
  • Children: from 1 euro, adults: from 8.10 euros, group ticket: from 21.60 euros
  • More info

© Christin Otto Putzige four-legged friends pet in the Lindenthal zoo

If you fancy a few good animal experiences in the middle of the big city, you should take a detour to the Lindenthaler Tierpark. The way there leads you through the city forest and already here you have the feeling that you can finally completely escape the hustle and bustle – everything is green, ducks and swans have a siesta on the water. You will meet even more animal city dwellers in the zoo itself. Whether deer, donkey, goat, chicken or sheep: Here you can pet cute four-legged friends and even lure them with a few treats from the automatic feeders in the park. If you think that this is only for children, you should give it a try – we promise: It’s great fun for the grownups too.

  • Lindenthal Zoo
  • Kitschburger Str., 50935 Cologne
  • Monday – Saturday: 8 am to 8 pm, Sunday: 9 am to 8 pm
  • More info

© Odysseum Cologne Odysseum – a hands-on adventure museum

Admittedly, a visit to the Odysseum is not cheap, but there is a special museum experience here. A visit is particularly worthwhile for families with children. In different themed worlds, they can go on a journey of discovery at 150 adventure stations for different ages, crack a secret safe code, dig up skeletons, encounter the T-Rex, sit in the flight simulator, experience the feeling of weightlessness and behind the scenes of "Show with the mouse" look. There is even a high ropes course, a 3D cinema and an outdoor adventure area with a water playground.

  • Odysseum
  • Corintostraße 1, 51103 Cologne
  • Tuesday – Friday: 9 a.m. – 6 p.m., Saturday – Sunday: 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.
  • More info

© Aqualand (Aqualand leisure pool at Fühlinger See GmbH & Co KG) slide paradise in Aqualand

Hardly anything is more fun as a child than bathing and splashing all day in the swimming pool. This is particularly good in Aqualand: The leisure pool not only has a light-flooded dome, swimming pools and lounging areas, but also seven different slides – from the white water slide to the Boomerang tire slide. Exciting races in the Aquaracer up to the rocket launch in the looping slide promise pure action. For older children who can swim well, as a parent you can relax sweating in the sauna area with eleven saunas and two steam baths or treat yourself to a massage in the wellness oasis.

  • Aqualand leisure pool
  • Merianstrasse 1, 50765 Cologne
  • Monday – Thursday: 9.30am to 11pm, Friday: 9.30am to midnight, Saturday: 9am to midnight, Sundays and public holidays: 9am to 11pm
  • Bathing area: from 13.90 euros, sauna world: from 19.90 euros
  • More info

© Chocolate Museum Mmmm. chocolate Museum

The Chocolate Museum is probably one of the most famous museums in Cologne. Every year over 650,000 visitors come by. Located directly on the Rhine, you can find out everything there is to know about chocolate here. From the cultivation of the plant to production and marketing. The highlight is of course the chocolate fountain. The fountain from which the chocolate bubbles is located in a large, glass dome. Armed with waffles, visitors can try the brown temptation. If that’s not enough for a snack, just go to the Chocolat Grand Café on the ground floor of the museum – there you can get really noble and admittedly not very cheap chocolate art. And the best thing: birthday children come to the chocolate museum for umme.

  • chocolate Museum
  • Am Schokoladenmuseum 1a, 50678 Cologne
  • Monday – Friday: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m., Saturday – Sunday / public holiday: 11 a.m. – 7 p.m.
  • 11.50 euros, reduced 9 euros, on birthday: free admission
  • More info

© Christin Otto Vintage furniture & Design for children in tutu et tata

The tutu et tata vintage furniture store in Ehrenfeld has specialized entirely in the little ones. There are great unique pieces here, which are not always perfect and straight, but beautiful. Old darlings that tell a story – all handpicked by owner Daniela. The range is complemented by the design of small labels that produce handcrafted goods or fair trade.

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