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

Nature for All at the Animal Enclosures (Photo: Maria Hußlein)

Lusen National Park Centre

Hans Eisenmann House:

Information about the national park and 800m² permanent exhibition “The way into nature – a history of forest and man", national park shop, reading room and film hall, Café Eisenmann. Fully accessible. Free entry. Opening times, daily 09:00 – 17:00, closed from the second week of November until 25th December.

Plant and Rock Garden:

There are hundreds of plant species, ordered according to areas of life and with their names on signs, together with typical rocks of the national park region presented and explained in a large outdoor enclosure. Circular path accessible for children’s pushchairs and wheelchair users. Accessible raised beds with plants typical of the national park. Circular path with touchable wooden guide signs for the blind and visually impaired. ‘Touch and smell wall’ with explanations in Braille and touchable letters. Accompanying persons recommended.

Animal enclosure:

See the wolf, lynx and bear! Area of large enclosures with more than 30 typical mountain forest animals. Accessible circular path with fully accessible toilets. There are inclines; accompanying persons recommended.

Tree top path

Go for a walk 8 to 25 metres above the forest floor in untouched nature and gain unique perspectives doing so. Entry is possible for wheelchairs and children’s pushchairs up to the 40 metre high second platform. Easy entry via a lift in the entry tower.

Wheelchairs and walking frames with wheels can be loaned free of charge if booked in advance. For opening hours, see the tree top path website, or telephone directly on 08558 974074.

Satnav: Böhmstraße 41, 94556 Neuschönau
All facilities accessible from car park P1. Toilets for the disabled are situated at the car park and in the Hans Eisenmann House.