The big family festival at Terminal 2
Be there when Terminal 2 transforms into a ‘family terminal’ on September 10, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
A varied program awaits children big and small. The king of the children’s disco, Volker Rosin, will sing his greatest hits for the kids. Children’s musician Oliver Mager and twins Finn and Jonas from this year’s Dein Song TV talent show will delight visitors with their latest melodies.
Star Wars fans can look forward to the world’s biggest Star Wars costume club, the 501st German Garrison, who will be visiting the event with Darth Vader, Stormtroopers, and co. in tow.
Children will be able to take a special photo with TV hero Fireman Sam or the characters from Walt Disney’s Frozen to remember the day.
On the stage, families will also be able to enjoy a range of fairy tales presented by the Wiesbaden Galli Theater, shows from local sports clubs, an exhibition curated by the Senckenberg Natural History Museum including a craft table, children’s face-painting, and an interactive experimental station from the Experiminta Science Center.
Small pilots can fly big planes in the flight simulator or ride around the visitors’ terrace in ride-on cars. Kids can also design their own t-shirts or have fun on the bouncy castles.
Then it’s fingers crossed for the McDonald’s wheel of fortune. Ronald McDonald has brought some great prizes for the children.
Anyone who diligently collects stamps at all the stalls in the Airport4Family rally also has the chance to win a valuable travel voucher. Prizes worth a total of more than €25,000 will be given away at the Airport4Family festival.
If you’re feeling pangs of wanderlust, you’ll find just what you need at the vacation and travel market. Here you’ll meet representatives from airlines, travel agencies, online platforms, city tourist boards, and hotels ready to offer great advice to help you plan your vacation.
The current schedule with all highlights you will find here!
There are also a number of airport tours for those who’d like to learn a bit more about the airport, or you can watch the planes on the airport’s apron from the Visitors’ Terrace. There are also various information stands to help you freshen up your knowledge of flying.
Entry to the Visitors’ Terrace and four hours’ parking (P8 and P9 parking structures, Terminal 2) are free on the day. The festival is also easy to reach via public transport.