Very nice park with its own authentic atmosphere, attractive lake with swans, ducks and good music around.
This park is well past its prime. The squalid massive bunker at the wholly renovated entrance could have been hidden by some imaginative gardening. The open-air theater looks derelict, the pompous concrete structure meant to shelter an orchestra is an eyesore, the pond has this squalid water organ right in the middle plus some shabby looking details that deprive it... More
You can walk along the lake, pathways, into old tombstones. Ideal for biking. There are a few restuarants, although I didn't eat there prices seem to be ok. Also at the north part, there is kiosk you can buy freshly baked pretzel.
Like many on Sundays in Saarbruecken we enjoy walking around these gardens especially on a warm sunny day. Full of happy families with lovely water features and flowers these gardens are a great outdoor experience.
We took a day trip to Saarbrucken and decided to visit this garten instead of wandering the central part of the city. The garden has much to offer. Train rides, paddle boats on the lake, food, ice cream and a small children's play area loosely based on Lilliput and Gulliver's Traverls. Parking was hard to find but I recommend parking... More
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