Children Magical Route Roermond

Magical Route Roermond

While walking through  Roermond, the Troubadour was suddenly called by his niece DJ Daisy Bell from Miami.
"Is the city already beautifully lit up this year and are you busy doing magic again?" she asked. She remembered last year's Magical Route very well, what a spectacle that was! Unfortunately the Troubadour had to disappoint her, again this year he needs a lot of help to make Roermond sparkle. "I'm coming to help you this year, my favorite cousin. I'll bring my luminous musical instruments, we can use them! Then this year the city will come extra alive!''

The magical Route in Roermond

From Friday, November 5, the enchanting and musical Magical Route will start in the center of Roermond. After the success of last year, this year it is again possible to do magic in Roermond. The renewed Magical Route consists this year of no less than 40 interactive magic points and 5 large XL magic windows. Here, children can use an interactive wand to illuminate the magical musical instruments. With the corresponding QR codes, children experience an extra dimension with fun and educational musical numbers (smartphone required).

Experience enchanted moments during the Magical Route

Children can tap shop windows with their own magic wand to "conjure" light and warmth into the city. Extra fun this year are the various musical instruments that, with the help of a QR code, provide the most beautiful sounds in the city! During all the magic there is also a special magic puzzle to solve. If you find the right solution, you have the chance to win great prizes!

Children magic up the lights in Roermond

Where can you buy a magic wand?

Are you coming to Roermond and do you want to experience the magical route? You will need a magic wand, because only then you can do magic in Roermond. Buy the special magic wand for € 2,- at TheaterHotel de Oranjerie. Everyone is welcome to come and do some magic in Roermond! The route can also be experienced in daylight. The Magical Route can be walked until January 30, 2022!

Children marveled as they conjured up the light