Aquazoo Löbbecke Museum
The Aquazoo Löbbecke Museum is a great family activity for rainy days or if you enjoy visiting aquariums. The nice thing about this place is that it is not solely an aquarium per se, but a combination of zoo, aquarium and natural history museum. There are various areas upon entry that display the different types of environments from ocean life to rainforest and along with it displays a combination of live animals, interactive elements, as well as learnings and educational material.
According to the website, the Aquazoo Löbbecke Museum houses a collection of around one million natural objects from the fields of biology, geology and paleontology. You'll find the stroll through the museum quite interesting and may learn a fact or two. The museums education department offers - with the overarching goal of motivating people to protect nature and act sustainably - a wide range of events such as guided tours, lessons, workshops, commented feedings or information tables, where specimens and living animals can be explored together at close range will.
Overall, a great place to visit that doesn't break the bank for families, with reasonable pricing and the opportunity to spend a few hours learning about the aquatics. You can also combine it with a visit to the Nordpark, where you'll find a large public park including the Japanese gardens and a playground nearby.
Note: There are several levels to go up and down, hence a stroller is not the greatest, but doable.
Ein Besuch hier in Kombination mit dem Park ist eine tolle Sache. Plane in etwa 2-3 Stunden und dann je nachdem, was du tun möchtest, eine Stunde oder zwei im Park. Der Spielplatz ist sehr schön und geräumig.