BAGGERADO Schulungs- und Erlebniszentrum

BAGGERADO Schulungs- und Erlebniszentrum


A very special excursion destination awaits you!

The fascination of construction machinery. "Let's dig it up" - this is the motto that BAGGERADO offers adventure excavators.

The BAGGERADO is Germany's first and only indoor excavator hall - located in a former swimming pool.
On an area of over 10,000m² indoor and outdoor, everyone and “every woman” can experience their own personal digging fun.

Machines from 800kg to 35t are available for visitors aged 6 and over.
Digging - digging - touching.
And also test your own sensitivity when digging skillfully.

The BAGGERADO Olympics are organized with various excavator stations for groups - from children's birthdays to bachelor parties and corporate events. Dredging fun guaranteed!
In addition to having fun, another important topic is in the foreground: to bring the interesting job description of the machinist closer to the young and the general population and perhaps also to provide for young talent in the industry.
But not only that!
This also resulted in a very unusual event location. Celebrate in the cozy bistro, linger on the large terrace in the green or receive your guests in the individually furnished Bagger Action Hall.
Do you have something to discuss? Modernly equipped seminar rooms in various sizes or a large open gallery are available.
The indoor hall can also be converted for such an event for your very large audience. The entire indoor and outdoor area offers a wide variety of uses, from adventure excavators to conferences and trade fairs to company parties or private occasions such as birthdays, drinks, communions and much more.

Sufficient bus and car parking spaces as well as mobile home parking spaces are available on the large site.

The BAGGERADO is very conveniently located near the A61.

The extraordinary ambience makes your excursion and each of your events an unforgettable experience and gives the BAGGERADO a very special touch.

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Opening hours

  • Vom January 1st bis December 31st
    10:00 - 18:00 Uhr




Auf dem Teich 1
56645 Nickenich
Phone: (0049) 2632 9583949

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