Playfully discover the Ravensburger Museum Interactive journey of discovery through the world of puzzles, games and books
How is a book made and why does one piece of a puzzle always fit exactly to another? In the heart of the city of Ravensburg, the Ravensburger Museum in the former headquarters of the world-famous book and game publisher invites you on an interactive family excursion to memory®, Malefiz® and Co: On more than 1,000 square meters, you will discover games, puzzles and books from the past and present of the publisher with the blue triangle.
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Reading, listening, experimenting, playing and guessing: A visit to the interactive museum appeals to all the senses. Creative minds can try mandala design. Game lovers can roll the dice in the games and reading lounge with over 1,300 books, games and puzzles, or in the "Spielehof", our games courtyard. Of course, only after they have learned how an idea is turned into a finished game, by the example of the classic game "Das verrückte Labyrinth" (The Crazy Labyrinth). Anyone who thinks the exhibition is only for children is mistaken.
In the new "GraviTrax" theme world, children and adults experience gravity in a playful way and plan, experiment and realize action-packed courses. At three game tables, families can use so-called action stones to change the course of the marbles over and over again through magnetism, kinetics or gravity.
Even the company's history becomes an experience at the Museum Ravensburger - when tiptoi®, the orange pen from Ravensburger's audio-digital learning system, guides children and young people through the rooms and asks them interesting questions during the tiptoi® museum rally. Adults explore the exhibition, which extends over three floors in one of the oldest buildings in the city, with the multimedia audio guide. Available in German or English, it takes visitors on a highlight tour that provides additional information and anecdotes at 25 locations in entertaining, exciting segments.
Further information on opening hours and entrance fees can be found at www.museum-ravensburger.de