You can search by age using two methods:

  • URL parameters
  • Advanced queries

Url parameters

minAge and maxAge

You can filter by minimum and maximum age like this:


This will look for all events and places that have an age range that overlaps with the given range.

Because of this, the query above will also match with documents with an age range of (for example) 10-14 because the two overlap partially.

Both minAge and maxAge are optional and can be used on their own, or together.

For example, you could search for all 16+ events, without having to specify a maximum age:



Additionally you can filter out any events and places that are (not) suitable for all ages:


Setting allAges to true only returns events and places that are suitable for all ages.


Setting allAges to false only returns events and places that are not suitable for all ages.


Setting allAges to * returns both events and places that are suitable for all ages and those that are only suitable for a specific age range (default).


You can combine the allAges parameter with minAge and/or maxAge. For example, the following query will return all events for children between 6 and 12 years old, without events that are suited for all ages:


Advanced queries

Using the q parameter, you can execute more advanced queries than by using the minAge and/or maxAge URL parameter.

For example:

GET[12 TO 14] OR typicalAgeRange:[* TO 8]

You can also use the same allAges parameter as mentioned above:


For more info, see the advanced queries documentation.

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