Hi guys! Are you ready for some fall themed activities? Then you should visit the corn maze in Ditzingen this weekend!
Hi guys! Summer is over and Christmas is knocking on the door 🙂 If you are already looking for great gift ideas (maybe not yet for Christmas but for a birthday or any other special event) here is a great idea for Stuttgart lovers, people moving here or living in the area already: the Stuttgart Wimmelbuch and the Wilhelma Wimmelbuch, created by illustrator Tina Krehan!
Hi guys! If you need a little break from the city, I know just the perfect hideaway spot: The Eselsmühle (Donkey Mill) in Musberg!
This is truly a wonderful place, especially for families. The mill has existed for more than 600 years. It has provided food for the people in the area ever since. Today, the Eselsmühle still follows the principles of locally produced, sustainable groceries.
When you follow the street that leads from the parking area to the mill, you will be greeted by some of the furry inhabitants: sheep, goats or – as the name of the mill suggests – donkeys.
Hi guys! There is nothing better than reviving childhood memories, is there? When I was a child, my grandma took me to Killesbergpark in Stuttgart every summer and I loved riding the tiny railway they have up there. And a little while ago, I totally felt like taking that train again!
Hi guys! When I was a kid, I loved dinosaurs. I knew many of the different species by name, could tell you their size and weight. And in these days, the Museum am Löwentor was my playground.
Moritz’ sister visited us lately with her family. Her family includes Moritz’ three-year-old nephew. And three year old nephews give uncles and aunts great opportunities to do children’s stuff – which meant in our case: Visiting the Märchengarten Ludwigsburg (Fairytale Garden Ludwigsburg) 🙂
Hi guys! Ok, I have to admit, I made the first mistake in the headline. DON’T call the zoo in Stuttgart a zoo, it’s the WILHELMA! People in Stuttgart are very proud of their zo… excuse me, Wilhelma – because it’s not simply a regular zoo. The Wilhelma is a botanical and zoological garden and belongs to the national heritage of Baden-Württemberg. The park and the buildings look back on a very interesting history.