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This gym offers all different types of gymnastics an sports activities for all ages and levels. Classes offered include Saturday morning Baby Gym and Wednesday morning Kid's Gym and Éveil Gym. There is artistic and rhythmic gymnastics  at competition level. Find more courses and workshops for kids in Strasbourg...

Located at the heart of the Astronomical Observatory, the Planetarium of the University of Strasbourg brings astronomy within everyone's reach thanks to its dome screen, which simulates the night sky full of stars. The Planetarium also offers guided tours of the Astronomical Observatory of Strasbourg's Great Dome, containing the famous...

The Vaisseau, a science-centre situated in Strasbourg, is aimed at children between 3 and 15 years old. The basic idea underlying the conception of the Vaisseau is that children tend to be more interested by subjects such as science when they are presented in a fun way. This principle is...

The BCT is a volunteer-run, non-profit organisation that provides help, support, and information to expectant parents and families with young children living in the Basel area: from "bump" to "babe" and "beyond". Through their many programmes like antenatal and first aid courses, informational events and booklets, playgroups and neighbourhood coffee...

Americans in Alsace was founded in 1991 and functions as a support system by helping individuals and families identify with and integrate into the culture of eastern France. AIA promotes interest and awareness of local lifestyle through various association activities and helps members to develop new friendships. They organise social...

Plumy Park is an indoor park for toddlers and kids aged from 6 months to 13 years old. You will find giant slides, hot air structures, merry-go-rounds, little cars and a cafeteria with tables and magazines to ensure parents have a good time too. They also do birthday parties here. Find...

Situated in Rust (55 km from Strasbourg, in Germany), Europa-Park is the biggest theme park in Germany in terms of visitors. It is divided into 15 areas, each one of them representing a European country. This park is not particularly dedicated to babies or toddlers but you will easily find...

Situated in Haguenau (20km north of Strasbourg), Nautiland is a family water park. The facilities for babies and toddlers and kids are excellent. There are several indoor pools: one for swimmers, one for fun, one for babies and one for toddlers. You will also find spas and hammocks to relax....