Indoor Funpark Pleinfeld

Indoor Funpark Pleinfeld

Why not try out something new, like football billiards and be a human cue, or play crazy golf in the dark.

Looking for an activity on a rainy day? Then you've come to the right place. Whether you're racing in an electric go-kart around the indoor track, competing in a laser quest tournament, playing crazy golf in the dark, or racing toy cars on the slot racing track: Indoor Funpark Pleinfeld is a place where fun is guaranteed. You can also test your wits in the first Bavarian-themed Escape Room in Germany, with puzzles so thrilling to challenge even the most astute minds. Or try and master the art of football billiards, which is played on a 4x7.5-metre large playing field. Not only are the balls the size of footballs, but you play the role of human cue! If you want a warm-up before the action starts, you can always walk to the Funpark from Pleinfeld station, which takes around 50 minutes. Or save your energy by catching the bus (number 643). It's around a 15-minute journey from the station to the Funpark (bus stop "Mackenmühle Möbel Reichart").

Indoor Funpark Pleinfeld
Mackenmühle 29
91785 Pleinfeld
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Our tip: Please make sure to check your train connection and the expected capacity before you start your journey.

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