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Organise children’s parties in FutureLand

18 September 2021
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Take your friends to the future and organise your party there! Experience the port of the future in FutureLand. During your birthday you’ll learn everything there is to know about the construction of the new port and the world’s biggest vessels.

Kids playing at a children party at FutureLand

You can also go on voyage of discovery with a treasure hunt through FutureLand. And, of course, it’s not a party without delicious food and drink. We’ll make fun lunch boxes for everyone who comes to your party.

On a voyage of discovery

You can extend your party with an awesome tour or fantastic boat trip. You’ll drive through the very latest and most modern port area and hear all kinds of exciting and fun facts about Maasvlakte 2 on the way. Or what about taking to the water - who’s got their sea legs? The boat trip takes you beneath the highest container cranes in the world and passes close to the highest and deepest quay walls you have ever seen. And what about those container giants? They are over 400 metres long and can carry some 20,000 standard sea containers.

To summarise

  • Fun explanation from a real guide
  • Funny film about Maasvlakte 2
  • Exciting treasure hunt
  • Kids’ lunch box
  • Take up to 19 friends with you
  • From age 6
  • Select an additional tour or boat trip

For the kids’ lunch box you can choose from an organic croquette, crispy chicken or a veggie burger. The box will also contain organic fries, Schulp apple juice, a mandarin and a small surprise.


The fixed price for a children’s party for up to 20 children is € 50. This includes the presentation, film and a treasure hunt. Each kids’ lunch box costs € 8.50. The prices for the tour and boat trip are given on the FutureLand Express and Ferry pages.

Want to hold a presentation about FutureLand?

Tell your classmates everything they would like to know about Rotterdam’s latest port expansion. Show them video clips, a jar of prehistoric sand and a 30,000-year-old mammoth bone!

Mother and child at FutureLand

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