Kaiserslautern on Facebook
On the official Facebook page of the city of Kaiserslautern, the press office posts relevant administrative topics but also other information about Kaiserslautern and life in the city.
If you have as much of a talent for acting as we do, then you should visit one of the great workshops. The Pfalztheater offers you and your class the opportunity to rehearse pieces of your choice and even perform them on the theater stage. Even Ted and I have had a go at playing Romeo and Juliet here.
Here little Picasso's come out quite large. Let your imagination run wild or admire the artwork of other children your age. The Gallery offers awesome posibilities - the portfolio ranges from kids' birthday parties to holiday programs.
How did a skeleton end up in the underground escape tunnels? Why is there a fish on the City's coat of arms? And why are there elephants in the Emperor's Fountain? Answers to these questions, as well as a few surprises and much more can be found on the group tour ‘Kaiserslautern for kids’, designed for children from 7-10 years.
Culture to join in with, concerts, theaters, workshops, films and exhibitions for young people and children: In Kaiserslautern, there are rich cultural offerings developed specifically for teenagers and children. All cultural institutions and many cultural initiatives – both church-run and private operators – participate in the 'Culture for Kids and Teens' program with their events and workshops.
Immerse yourself in the history of Kaiserslautern and learn more about my past. Or find out why there is a fish of the Kaiserslautern coat of arms. These and more stories await you at the City Museum. Besides the Museum is host of the 'Theater im Museum' which shows special performances for kids (starting at the age of 3).