Amusement park Davos Klosters
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Madrisa-Land is the first adventure park in the Swiss Alps that also allows physically and visually impaired children to play. The children's land scores with mythical creatures, bouncy castle, slides, water games and swings and much more. Everything is there for children to let off steam. Tip: During the summer season, the life-size mascot Hen Hanna can be found every Sunday. And families who want to stay longer can also spend the night in the tree huts, hayloft or Indian tipi on site.
Admission to Madrisa Land is free of charge.
You can find the opening hours here.
Take the Swiss Federal Railways (SBB) to Landquart, then the Rhaetian Railway (RhB) to Klosters.
From Zurich, take the A3/A13 motorway (look for the green signs) in the direction of Chur as far as Landquart. From Landquart, continue on the A28 cantonal road to Klosters. Please note that you need a motorway vignette (CHF 40.-) for the motorways in Switzerland. This is available at all border crossings, petrol stations and post offices. Further information on the Swiss motorways: www.autobahnen.ch
Public parking available.
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