The largest Classroom between the North Sea and the Baltic Sea...
... offers school classes and all other child and youth groups the perfect opportunity to enjoy educational and exciting project days that meet the modern teaching objectives defined by the ministries of education and cultural affairs. All learning and interactive projects listed below are free of charge.
Particularly for School Classes
An exciting tour that looks behind the scenes of Germany’s only event and family theme park by the sea.
This exciting free-of-charge tour allows you a glimpse behind the scenes of Germany’s only event and family theme park by the sea and gives you an idea of what working life is like.
- Duration: about 1.5 hours
- Available for groups of 10 or more in combination with a HANSA-PARK entrance ticket
A unique high-rope garden and so far the only one in a leisure park.
An attraction unmatched by any leisure park in Germany so far is the Navajo Trail High-Rope Garden - the path of the chieftains.
Thanks to revolutionary safety technology it can be used by adventure seekers as short as 1.10m. As an attraction in its own right, the obstacle course is usually rather expensive. At HANSA-PARK it is included in the normal admission charges.
The High-Rope Garden is open throughout the season, and you don't have to make a reservation. Strengthen the classroom community, let your students practise their personal and collective courage together and test their readiness to take risks or confront their fears.
You can book the High-Rope Garden exclusively for your group in the evening after the Park has closed.
Insider Tips provided by our Trainees: Our trainees will be happy to tell your school class more about their respective training programme.
Every year HANSA-PARK trains young people in office management, tourism and recreational management, event management and mechatronics. Our trainees will be happy to tell your students more about their respective training programme.
- Available for groups of 10 or more
- Included in the HANSA-PARK entrance fee
- Available in German only