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BRIO Construction Site


Adventure, games and action - this is what young and old visitors to Ravensburger Spieleland experience at the theme park near Lake Constance.

The BRIO Construction Site is one of more than 70 attractions that are guaranteed to be fun. Since 2018, families have been turning into construction workers in collaboration with the cooperation partner Kiesel GmbH and the ten original Hitachi excavators.
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Become an excavator operator

One of the most popular attractions you can join in at Ravensburger Spieleland is the BRIO Construction Site in the BRIO World theme area. In this real construction site, kids and adults alike get to live out their childhood dreams by operating one of the ten Hitachi ZX17U-5 mini excavators.

Children over the age of three may take a seat in the driver’s booth when accompanied by an adult. Eight-year-olds and older children may even operate the excavators by themselves.
For three minutes, they get to experience what it is like to work with a Hitachi excavator, pick up gravel using the joystick and dump it all in a specially constructed pit.
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KIESEL GmbH and Hitachi Construction Machinery

Kiesel GmbH is a professional wholesaler for construction and handling machines. More than 800 employees work at the facilities in Baienfurt near Ravensburg. Their mission is to successfully excavate, load, lift and transport, as well as passionately master challenges as a system partner. As a family business, they seek to shape the future by means of innovation and forward-thinking.

Hitachi Construction Machinery is the third largest construction equipment manufacturer in the world. They develop an entire range of industry-leading construction machines. For example, these include excavators, wheel loaders and dumpers.
They are tirelessly at work around the globe - building on infrastructure and construction projects, in the mining and quarry industry as well as demolition, forestry, waste and recycling management.
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