Bavarian Forest
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“Nature for all" in the Bavarian Forest National Park

Wilderness House (Haus zur Wildnis) (Photo: Alice Alteneder)

Falkenstein National Park Centre

Wilderness House (Haus zur Wildnis):

Information on the national park and different exhibitions on the themes of nature, wilderness and national parks, children’s area, 3D-cinema, cultural evenings, national park shop, national park café. Fully accessible. Entry free of charge. Opening hours: daily 09:30 – 17:00, from 1st April to the first week of November until 18:00, closed from the second week of November until 25th December.

Animal enclosure and Stone Age cave:

How and with which animal species did our ancestors live here? A look in to the past is made possible by the Stone Age cave with film, information panels and 3D animation as well as the semi-natural enclosures with aurochs and wild horses – animals that lived here at the time of the Ice Age. The Stone Age cave is dark inside with uneven surfaces and narrow places. There is a circular path without steps but it does have some steep gradients. Accompanying person and electric wheelchair are therefore recommended.

Satnav: Eisensteiner Straße, 94227 Lindberg.
All facilities are accessible. Toilets for the disabled are situated at the main car park and in the Wilderness House.