New Visitors Park with the Visitors Hill:
The increased playground area of the Visitors Park will be newly de-signed to educate as well as entertain children as "they travel around the world" here. The area is then divided into five continents with jungle gyms, swings and sandbox toys designed and constructed in association with each continent.
A rope slide runway connects the different parts of the world so children can travel "around the world" as they play, riding camels in Asia, surfing in North America, or climbing a rope jungle in South America. (Parents, meanwhile, can enjoy the beer garden that overlooks the play area).
Another favorite is the Viewing Hill in the Visitors Park. Kids can climb up 172 steps to the viewing platform on top of the Viewing Hill overlooking the airport. Telescopes offer a fantastic panoramic view of the apron and the ongoing flight operations on both runways.
Kinderland, which is located in the Munich Airport Center between terminals, offers an option for children aged 3-10 to play under the supervision of trained staff while parents relax, check-in or go shopping at the airport's abundance of stores. The first hour of supervision is complimentary, with a charge of four euros for each additional hour. Many attractions are offered: a corner for arts and crafts, a climbing tower with a ball basin, giant soft Lego blocks, computer games, board games, and a children's cinema where kids can watch movies together in different languages. Alongside the plush toys, books and board games, kids can also enjoy the latest entertainment technology, with a Nintendo Wii and Nintendo DS. Kids can even celebrate their birthdays at Kinderland, with festivities organized by the trained staff.
Find out more about family activites at the airport.