Here they use a little elbow grease to pull themselves across the lagoon on a raft.
The Wild West section had a spot to pan for gold! Playmobil had constructed a huge sand pit made to look like an old mine shaft. They also spray painted small rocks a gold color, and kids all over were panning for their treasure. We finally had to pry them away from the pit in order to make time to see the other sections.
Noah had an ark and the ark is at Playmobil Land. The ark had a section behind it with
channels of water and all the toys you could think of in them. It was cold, and wet, and fun.
Hand powered motor boats! As they turn the cranks it
operates the paddles on the sides of the boat.
The go karts were a huge hit with the older kids. The pedal propelled go karts were a
great way to expend some energy as we raced around the track again and again and again.
When the weather got too cold and the kids needed a minute to relax, we could enter an absolutely huge toy facility with thousands and thousands of dollars of playmobil to play with. Jonah and Eli couldn't imagine how the day could get any better, and really, how could it? There were even dozens and dozens of other kids to play with. Max tried to start several epic Playmobil battles with other kids, but the language barrier proved to be a bit difficult and too frustrating.