Here we post a brief overview of events and entertainments for kids during March school holidays in Hamburg.
Off we go!
Hubertus Wald Kinderreich
Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe
Hubertus Wald Kinderreich is a child’s imagination universe, where creativity flies unbounded.
Every day during holidays from 10:00 to 18:00 kids between 5 and 12 are welcome to try various creative occupations – a designer, an architect or an artist. The venue has enough free space for creating, building, taking photographs and drawing. Free entrance for all visitors under 18 .
More here: https://moinkids.de/veranstaltung/hubertus-wald-kinderreich/
Workshop for Kids, Museum der Arbeit
Every Wednesday from 14:00 to 17:00 is the time for kids between 6 and 12 to learn to work with metal – a fantastic material for making things. Kids can make metal nails and even cast metal elephants – a good souvenir to take home and show friends. Free.
More here: https://moinkids.de/veranstaltung/vorfuehrungen-fuer-kinder/
Machines in Size Small – fischertechnik and LEGO TechnicMarch 7, 2018 – May 6, 2018
Schleswig-Holstein Museum of Firefighters opens a new exhibition – specially for little fans of technique and those, who collect machine models. The exhibition shows over 80 models of small and big mechanisms, made from fischertechnik building blocks. One can admire the 3-meter-high model of Liebherr crawler crane, for instance. LEGO blocks are parts of 25 machine models – one can compare.
On Sundays from 14:00 to 17:00 little visitors (older than 5 years, though) are able to build their own machine models with the help offischertechnik building blocks. Another option is participating in a find-a-fireman game – for kids up to 12 years.
More here: https://moinkids.de/veranstaltung/maschinenbau-im-kleinen-massstab-fischertechnik-und-lego-technic/
Hamburg Libraries for Kids on School Holidays
Libraries of our beautiful Hamburg have something to offer to kids during their free time on school holidays. For example, Lego Ninjago day in the library of Billstedt. Those, who are fans of Pettson and Findus, will definitely enjoy the theatre piece based on the book of Sven Nordqvist “When Findus was little and disappeared” – save the date – March 12 in the library of Wilhelmsburg. There are much more events – just visit the page of the libraries and read the whole list.
More here: http://www.buecherhallen.de/kibi_veranstaltungen
More events, not only free ones: we can learn to play chess, discover more about the history of Korean Ceramics, learn ice-skating for free, try famous Capoeira martial art, go to the theatre and again to the theatre, trying to keep fit and healthy with kids, try VR-goggles for free, go to the cinema, visit the LEGO-Festival, master the magic of cooking and many, many other things.[/spoiler]