Munich: there are lots of attractions/museums etc but if I remember correctly your kids are quite young and what they will probably enjoy the most is the English Garden. There are a bunch of great stops there (working up from Prinzregentenstrasse -- would do it over at least two days):
- Haus der Kunst with a drink at the Goldene Bar or coffee on the terrace.
- Surfers on the Eisbach directly east of the museum (under the bridge)
- Fräulein Grüneis, kind of a "cult"organic kiosk, is a short walk up on the Bogenhausen side (good playground across a small field from there)
- watch teens (and occasionally my husband) swim the Eisbach current
- Monopteros to get a view of the "skyline"
- walk up to Chinese Tower, in summer usually there is a bavarian brass bad playing, a large playground with an antique carousel, large pretzels, ice cream etc. for the kids, beer and steckerlfisch for the adults
- from other entrance (Veterinärstrasse) there is Milchhäusel, good organic kiosk attached to a large and very popular playground
- there is a gelato cart (pink) that is usually wanders around, my kids love him.
- Duck pond (another couple of playground on the way) with Seehaus Biergarten. Close by on west side is a great restaurant with a nicer (table service) biergarten, good for kids, called Osterwaldgarten.
- Further north there is Hirschgarten, they have a jazz band on Sundays, Fischer Vroni has a steckerlfisch stand there which for me is a big incentive :-)
You could also rent bikes with kid seats or a trailer, and bike down along the Isar to the Flaucher or beyond. If you go a bit farther down Hellabrun is the zoo and it is quite nice.
Big outdoor swimming facilities at Ungerer bad in Schwabing, with a large shallow water play area for toddlers.
My kids liked the hunting and fishing museum, oddly enough. Er, cute stuffed animals? Deutsches Museum has a water play section on the lower level. The rest is cool but probably more for older kids. For adults there are lots of interesting art museums.
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