The railroad set to the right side the of pavillion is sure to capture attention of the little ones as they watch the train glide by villages (look for mickey in a window). The shops are fun to look around as well, don't miss the cinderella's castle made of crystals in one of the stores. Want to take it home? $37,500 please.
the beergarden is fun , and the pavilion is fun to just walk around and ask the cms how fun germany is. also, the guys are cute!!!
also cute shops
Germany has pretty good theming but has no attractions to speak of. A ride or show would add a lot to the country. It does have quite a few shops and restaurants however. It also serves those huge beer mugs (Hope one doesn't fall into the wrong hands). Anyway, Germany is a decent experience overall.
Not much there but shops and food. Everything in the shops was Christmas stuff though for the most part, so not very interesting in the spring. The food was ok nothing to write home about, but the beer was good. Really only thing to look at was the model train.
THE MODEL TRAIN SET WAS NICE. IT'S MOSTLY SHOPS AND FOOD. NICE TO WALK AROUND.
Germany seems to be all shops and restaurants, but there are some wonderful hidden treasures here. The railway garden is amazing in what is probably the most elaborate miniature display on property (Walt would have been proud). The glockenspiel is also a great touch for the pavillion. Be sure to be there on the hour to see it chime. Not the largest pavillion in the park, but nice nonetheless.
Not my favorite pavilion, but still lovely, Germany is mainly consisted of shops and restaurants. There's a nice model train set to walk around...which should prove to be somewhat entertaining!