Outings in Stuttgart & the Area
Tips on where you can enjoy a nice time outside in Stuttgart & the greater area with your little ones.
Just a few tips from us in one of our Mama Talks - we have included some links to hikes from an APP called Komoot :-)
Rotwildgehege Stuttgart close to the Bärenseen
Here you can go for walks and see dears and boars close to Stuttgart Botnang / Vaihingen / Heslach
Bärenschlösschen or Bärensee
You can take a tour to the Barenschlösschen from the parking are or go around the lakes.
The former is really good for kids on Balance bikes or scooters.
At the Bärenschlösschen you can buy yourself something to eat and drink and ice cream (quite the motivational factor for the kids to walk)
Yes we have Waterfalls in Stuttgart, too!
This tour is not for prams or strollers but with a baby carrier or else possible.
Very nice with children - you could consider even a year pass.
Read more about the Wilhelm Zoo experience here in separate blog posts
Also here is the link to their website.
A nice walk around the lake - followed by some nice time at the Katzenbacher Hof?
A beer garden with a huge play area - a must for parents!
Link to their website.
Another tour to see a mountain basically made our to shards / bricks of houses destroyed during the second world war - in the middle of Stuttgart.
Stuttgart Tourist - Birkenkopf
A nice park in Stuttgart North to enjoy playgrounds, some animals, a little train, walks and more.
Read all about it here.
A little drive but still all within the hour
Eins & Alles - a forest full of discoveries
A great experience for your senses.
Read more about it here.
Enjoy the nature around the farm and have a walk with an Alpaka - there is also a little cafe for your enjoyment.
Your kids will love the walk along marble run or ball treck.
Normally you can rent the balls but please check that due to Corona you might have to bring your own.
An adventure & amusement park for the really little ones
Link to their website
And here you can read some more about places to go to for weekend or longer in the distance of 2-4 hours drive.
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