The Luisenpark Mannheim has a lot to offer 365 days a year and it is not for nothing that around 1.2 million visitors come to Mannheim's Luisenpark, known as one of the most beautiful parks in Europe. On curved park paths and past spraying water fountains and groups of trees and bushes in bloom, many walkers in search of peace and quiet take their meditative laps every day.
Families with children enjoy simply drifting around for a day in the park at the weekend - without a plan, and yet always with a lot of variety: Many themed playgrounds such as the mud playground, the huge water playground, the castle and adventure playground and many toddler play areas provide for a vision for the evening that is much sought after by parents: the child is as fulfilled as it is exhausted! By the way, there is input for the little heads in our diverse animal reserves: guinea pigs, pelicans or the smallest crocodile in the world!
We can also see penguins from the Humboldt Current of Chile, but these are currently housed in the Frankfurt Zoo, as we are building a new center of the park for the Federal Horticultural Show in 2023 and the animal area is being generously redesigned. You can find more about the new park center here ...
On the farm with goats, rabbits, mini Shetland ponies and our two Jersey cattle Heidi and Clara, you can get up close and personal with livestock farming. Our zoo keepers have an open ear for questions! In bad weather, our large natural indoor playground with lots of sand and wooden play equipment beyond the ball pit and bouncy castle attracts thousands of kids from the region.
Those inquisitive are also drawn to the Green School, the creative and ambitious to the leisure center, those interested in culture to the floating stage and the magic of the floating stage or to the Chinese Garden, the artful complex with its true-to-original, largest Chinese tea house in Europe. Our underwater world is currently closed because it will also be completely redesigned for the Federal Horticultural Show in 2023. The insider tip in bad weather or in winter, in addition to the many white storks that live freely in the park, is the plant show house: In “Mannheims Dschungel” you can go on a subtropical safari or in the butterfly house, which is being transformed into a South America house for BUGA23, you can admire hundreds of colorful butterflies let flutter around!
So it's no wonder that the Mannheimer Luisenpark regularly ranks first among the leisure facilities in the Rhine-Neckar metropolitan region in the citizen survey! Romantics can rely on the mountain stream, a decelerating gondoletta ride in a yellow and white boat on the Kutzerweiher or relaxation in the unique sound oasis, where you can listen to spherical sounds in the great outdoors: the Luisenpark offers relaxation, culture and pure nature - just “Everything everything OK"!
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