Which leisure activities and excursions worthwhile with children in Tirol?Tirol has a lot to offer for families with children on family holidays. There are an above-average number of excursion destinations in Tyrol and special Tyrolean sights that are also worthwhile for children. You’ll find so many that you won’t even be able to see all the excursion destinations in Tyrol with children if you live here! We know what we are talking about, because we live in Tyrol and do a lot of things.
Which excursion destinations in Tyrol with children in the family holidayAny more difficult it will be in your family holiday Tyrol. Bet that in two weeks’ holiday with children you have only seen a small part of the many child-friendly excursion destinations that would interest you and the children?
The best excursion destinations Tirol with children
Our best family excursion destinationsWe travel a lot in Tyrol and introduce you to our best excursion destinations here. So you can get a good overview and divide the time well for your excursions on the mountain, the really interesting sights in Tyrol, special playgrounds, turquoise lakes and other great family destinations. Let yourself be inspired and seduced by the best Tyrolean excursion destinations and sights! We also have some bad weather tips in Tyrol – more in this article, but here we go with the first tip:
Excursions to Tyrol with children – Der Zirbenpark
Water playground, hiking and sliding around the Swiss stone pineOur family excursion in the Pitztal am Hochzeiger was unique. With the gondola it goes up, where at the mountain station already the first great play station stands: In a several hundred year old Swiss stone pine, a marble run was built. The boys had to climb up to really try all the holes. Next to it is the Zirbenwasser, a large water playground – and if you like to hike the short hiking trail, you’ll come to other play stations. The highlight here: The Zirben-Zapfen experience tower with the huge slide.
–> look here the pictures and our experiences in the Zirbenpark Tirol
Excursions to Tyrol with children – Kugelwald Glungezer
Unique and world record: The wooden ball track in TyrolAll about the Swiss stone pine is also on the Glungezer near Innsbruck. The gondola lift also takes you up to 1500 metres above sea level. There you come directly into the Kugelwald. This is an approximately 7000 square metre forest in which the world’s largest wooden ball lift is located. Our children first tried out all the tracks. Then they built their own ball tracks with the construction elements. A huge play world for the imagination!
–> watch the video and the pictures of the unique Kugelwald.
Castle Hasegg and the coin in Hall in Tyrol
Hall coin in TyrolHere we learned that the dollar has taken its origin in Tyrol! The coin in Hall is within the historical walls of Hasegg Castle. You can look at the huge coin minting machines and the highlight is a large wooden plant that can be switched on. I filmed it, you can watch it here in the video. In addition gibt´s a tower to climb up, top for children – in any weather!
Tyrol with children excursion destinations in all weathers
House on the head in Tirol with childrenEven if it rains, you can choose from an abundance of interesting excursion destinations and sights for children on your family holiday in Tirol. There are the classical indoor trip goals like the house at the head – here you can discover the world turned around 180 degrees in a house standing on the head – even in the kitchen everything is on the head in the refrigerator!
Dinoland – the TOP bad weather programme in TirolNew and right next to it is Dinoland. You get a combination ticket together with the house on your head. In Dinoland you will see huge dinosaurs, which usually move and make sounds. Welcome to the largest dinosaur indoor park in Tyrol!
Swarovski Crystal Worlds in Every WeatherSame in the neighbourhood you will find one of the most visited sights in Austria, the Swarovski Crystal Worlds. You can first marvel at the Chambers of Wonder with children and then go to the unique indoor playground. And if the weather is nice, you should definitely have a look at the crystal cloud in the garden and take children to the marble run and the labyrinth.
Wolfsklamm Hike with childrenYou can also go on some hikes with the children in light rainy weather, as nature is the reason why many families go on holiday in Tyrol. Not every hike is fun in the rain – but a gorge hike is! If it only rains slightly, we have done it many times before. Especially the Wolfsklamm hike!