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Wildpark Pforzheim

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Wildpark Pforzheim

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Tiefenbronner Str. 100, 75175 Pforzheim, Baden-Wurttemberg Germany
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After the end of the Second World War, several divisions of the US Army were permanently stationed in West Germany. At the time of the Cold War, there were constantly more than 200,000 US soldiers. For taking a trip into your past, this tour is just perfect for you!<br>Heidelberg is the ideal starting point for such a trip, as the majority of the US troops were stationed within a radius of just 50 miles around Heidelberg. If you go to "What To Expect" you may find more than 130 relevant sites including the names of barracks and other US facilities.<br>The name of my boutique-style chauffeur and limousine service is "a friend in heidelberg". Many guests of mine told me that this very name is the perfect choice.<br>I was not only born in the famous historical city of Heidelberg and know the area extremely well, but also lived and worked in the US and hence speak fluent English. If you wish I can help you with the organization of your trip ahead of time.<br>You will be chauffeured in a Mercedes S-Class, virtually a private jet for the road, equipped with all state-of-the-art features.
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Kevin J wrote a review Nov 2019
Constantia, South Africa194 contributions87 helpful votes
A free animal park with some places for children to unwind. All ‘safe’ animals. There is a cafe on site.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Catie P wrote a review Nov 2019
Rensselaer, New York73 contributions40 helpful votes
We've been twice now and love it here. Parking is 5 Euro and other than that, it's free to visit with the animals and play on the various playgrounds. We learned after our first visit to bring a bunch of 2 Euro coins as that is the only thing the feed machines take. The signage is great- green signs on fences mean you can feed the animals, red signs mean DO NOT feed animals or you will pay a fine and be asked to leave. You can go in the goat enclosure to feed them which is fun, and some animals have little chutes from the fence and you send the feed down the chute to them. Feeding the Scottish Cows is our favorite! Also, we brought our dog this past time and she loved sniffing all the animals through the fences. We saw many other dogs visiting, just make sure they are leashed! Plenty of picnic tables if you want to bring a lunch...or you can stop by their beirgarten.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Husnu O wrote a review Nov 2019
Wiesloch, Germany54 contributions49 helpful votes
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Perfect place for kids and parents! Full of beautiful animals, kids can feed them without fear, closely and it makes the connection between nature, animals and kids awesome. In the middle of forest! Much more fun than stupid Disneyland in Paris! A nice play park inside to make the kids really consume the last energy. A small restaurant serves hot wine, sausage, bear, Pommes and many other selections with reasonable prices. There is no park entry fee, you only pay for €5 for car park. It is 45 minutes to Wiesloch by drive; definitely will come again and again!
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Max S wrote a review Aug 2019
Honolulu, Hawaii65 contributions32 helpful votes
This is a very well put together park as reflected in most of the reviews. The only issue I had (which dropped it a star) was that none of the wildlife information placards were in English. I found it quite strange (and a bit mean) that there is no signage in English for visitors wishing to learn about the wide assortment of wildlife and plants, but plenty of English signage governing the rules of the park, such as "Do not feed, pay the damage, get expelled from the park."etc.,etc Sadly one only gets a lesson in German order, but nothing of the knowledge and joy of wildlife. Regardless the park is free and very nice, especially for families. Just bring a translator if you wish to teach your children about the animals.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Tapir76 wrote a review Jun 2019
Sindelfingen, Germany208 contributions83 helpful votes
Stopped by over a holiday. Entry is free or per car (parking ticket fee goes to park) which is 3€ on weekdays or 5€ on weekends or holidays. Built into the forest and with plenty of different animals, petting zoo and a lot of chances to feed deer, alpaca, etc. very nice and entertaining. Climbing area with Zipline also available but didn’t try it. Pretty nice place especially with it being so cheap. Recommended visit!
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Date of experience: June 2019
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