According to Wikipedia, an airplane hangar is a closed building structure used to hold airplanes.
According to a bunch of rad German dudes, an airplane hangar is a closed building structure used to hold THE WORLD'S LARGEST INDOOR WATERPARK.
Which's why they put one of those in a 32-story tall abandoned airship hangar in Krausnick, Germany that's the size of eight football fields:
Tropical Islands isn't just the world's largest indoor waterpark, it's also the dropest.
Exhibit A: It's 78°F permanently inside of the hangar, 365 days a year.
Exhibit B: It's home to the biggest indoor rainforest in the world, with 50,000 plants and 600 different species
Exhibit C: There's both a 47,000sqft pool, and a 13,000sqft lagoon with fountains, whirlpools, waterfalls, and a buncha slides.
Exhibit D: There's also a sauna, a cave temple on something called Elephanta Island, a crazy golf course, INDOOR HOT AIR BALLOONING, beach tents you can camp in overnight, and it's somehow under-$50 per person.
Still one exhibit away from being convinced this is the greatest place on earth?
Exhibit E: They just built a 375,000sqft waterpark and put it OUTSIDE the hangar. Because why not?
Realizing you now need men's swim trunks that are on par with this place's epicness?