Being adult can be fun when you are acting like a child

Marek on Lilleputthammerit püüdnud külastada vähemalt kolm korda, kuid iga kord on see kinni olnud, sest hooaeg on läbi olnud, on vale nädalavahetus olnud (sügiseti on park lahti teatud nädalavahetustel) või pole veel avatud olnud. Seega kas pole tore, et just enne Norrast ära sõitu sai meil perekonnana Lilleputthammer külastatud? Muidugi põhihooajal (ehk juulis) on pilet suhteliselt kirves -314NOK täiskasvanu ja alates kolmandast eluaastast 259NOK ja ma ikka tükk aega lõin rahanumbreid kokku kui mõtlesin, mis see fun maksma läheb kui seda külastada mitme lapsega. Meile tegi õnneks Lilleputthammer väikese suvelõpukingituse soodsama hinna näol.

Minu enda jaoks on Lilleputthammeri perepark üks vahvamaid kohti, mida perega külastada. Tegu on 1930aastate Lillehammeri peatänava Storgata täpse miniversiooniga, mille ümber on ehitatud 1-8aastastele lastele mõeldud lõbustuspark  – karussellide, rongisõidu, vaaterattaste, batuudite, teatrietenduste ja erinevate show’dega.  Minimajades sees on raamatuklubi, poed, kohvik. Sel aastal avati ka Ola ronimispark, kuid selle jaoks oli Ida veel tibake väike. Ta ise küll oleks teisiti arvanud, aga me otsustasime tema eest;)

Meil oli Idaga juba eelmisel aastal seal megalõbus, kuid sel aastal oli topeltlõbus, sest 1) Ida on aastaga palju adekvaatsemaks kasvanud ja temaga saab juba palju rohkemate “suurte laste” (ehk al 90cm) atraktsioonidel käia, mis tähendab, et endal on ka lapselikult lõbu laialt ja 2) me olime perega koos. Suurepärane viis veeta üks päikeseline laupäev. Varuge aega – meie olime tiba üle kolme tunni, kuid suvel on park avatud lausa 9-20, nii et vabalt kulub seal terve päev ja võtke kaasa piknikukorv. Lauad-pingid einestamiseks on igal pool olemas.

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I must say I love Lilleputthammer family park. And I am 35 years old. No wonder children have time of their life there as well. It is truly one of the coolest places to visit (at least in this area) and definately a must when visiting Lillehammer with children in the age of 1-8.

Lilleputthammer is an adventure park for young and old, but where most of the activities are designed for children 1-8 years. Here you find a miniature copy of the famous main street – Storgata – in Lillehammer as it was back in the year 1930, built to a scale of 1:4.

The following children’s activities are offered among the charming small wooden buildings: train, Ola’s frog leap, electric-powered cars, farris wheel, mini rollercoaster, climbing tower and obstacle course, bumper boats, huge jumping cushion, trampolines and other playground facilities.

For adults, Lilleputthammer offers a look back into history – the 1930s to be precise. Both the buildings, the content and the colours have been copied as authentic as possible from that period.

Me and Ida visited Lilleputthammer last summer as well and had a wonderful day then too, but in a year Ida has grown quite much and there are more activities (from 90cm) now to enjoy together with her. This means that the time flies, because you are having fun as an adult when acting like a child together with child(ren). Bonus was of course that we got to visit the park now together as a family. And only 2 days before leaving to Estonia.

In July the park is opened from 9:00 to 20:00, pack your picnic bag with you and enjoy a whole day of fun! That’s what summer and vacations are all about.

Thank you Lilleputthammer for memories to take back with us! More information about the park HERE

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