Cog Ship Ride

Old-Time Fun Fair

Children sailing the seas aboard bulbous cargo ships deployed in the heydays of the Hanseatic League. Up and down the waves, pushed by the wind.

The centre of the Old-Time Fun Fair is occupied by the Cog Ship carousel, towered by a bizarre fish that rotates on a globe symbolising the world and its oceans. The beautiful glass painting and gilding of the fish make it shimmer and shine in all the colours of the rainbow – a truly magnificent sight.

  • Outdoor
  • For disabled guests

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safety instructions

Fast spinning ride featuring up and down movements.

If the ride comes to a halt after starting, passengers may only leave the gondola when told to do so by staff.

Children alone
from 8 years
Accompanied by an adult
up to 7 years
  • Children up to 7 years must be seated next to an adult.

  • Due to the nature of the experience you should be in good health and of sufficiently strong muscles.

    The following persons are not permitted on the ride :

  • Persons with back or neck problems or other conditions that may be aggrevated by this ride.

  • Expectant mothers.

  • Persons unable to psychologically cope with the experience of the ride.

  • Persons under the influence of alcohol, drugs or psychopharmaceuticals.

  • Maximum 2 persons per gondola.

  • It is neither permitted to jump up and down during the ride nor to lean out, stand up, sit on the sides or to stretch out arms and/ or legs.

  • Clothing and footwear required.

  • No umbrellas, (walking) sticks, sharp or bulky objects.

  • Exit after every ride.

  • No food nor drink.

  • No animals.

  • No smoking.

  • The entire site is monitored by cameras.

  • Before you use the attraction, please note the ride description, safety warnings, possible access restrictions and how to behave in a safe manner posted at the entrance to the attraction.

  • The use of our ride attractions by adults is not generally subject to any weight restrictions. However, you must be able to properly close all safety lap bars and other safety devices so that you can sit in a normal sitting position.