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I see many answers stating that den Kindern is the object and der Besuch is the subject, but that might seem confusing to English speakers when translating. I would suggest the following English version of the sentence: The children enjoyed their visit to the planetarium. Which has almost the same structure — most notably, the positions of the children ...
„Deren“ ist der Genitiv des deutschen Relativpronomens im Plural (in Deinem Beispiel) und auch im Singular feminin.
Yes, it's genitiv of "die" (singluar and plural). So you might say: Alle, deren Muttersprache Deutsch ist, ... Jack, dessen Muttersprache Deutsch ist, ... Alice, deren Muttersprache Deutsch ist, ... See also here, here, or here. There is no alternative for it with your current sentence structure.
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