Freizeitpark Ruhpolding

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Freizeitpark Ruhpolding
4.5
Amusement & Theme Parks
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9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Monday
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Tuesday
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Thursday
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Sunday
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
About
Der Freizeitpark und Märchenpark Ruhpolding begeistert seit mehr als 50 Jahren seine Großen und Kleinen Besucher. Generationen von Familien mit Kindern haben sich bereits von der Märchenwelt im Märchenpark verzaubern lassen. Mit 60 spannenden und erlebnisreichen Attraktionen, wie der Berg-Achterbahn, den Bootsrutschen "Wasser-Wirbel und Wasser-Hüpfer" oder dem Nieder-Seilgarten; jeder kann hier seinen Bewegungs- und Abenteuerdrang stillen. Im Vergnügungspark Ruhpolding im Chiemgau wird dein Ausflug zu einem unvergesslichen Erlebnis. Wir freuen uns auf euch.
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deutschth
Luxembourg City, Luxembourg66 contributions
Sep 2020 • Family
This parc could be considered as the blueprint for a perfect recreational parc.
Nicely located in the beautiful landscape just outside of Ruhpolding, it is superbly designed, offers great attractions for small children and older kids and adults as well. The whole parc has been built with a love for details not yet seen in any other parc, whether it be the little fairy tale houses, the animated animals that can be seen throughout the parc or the excellent restaurant which offers delicious food.
All the staff we met, from the cashier lady, to the servers in the restaurant and the men managing the different attractions, were very friendly and made a great day even better.
If you are in the area, this place is a must-see, especially if you travel with children.
Written September 6, 2020
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Thank you for your great feedback and rating. We are glad you and your family enjoyed the time in our park. Thank you for visiting us. Best regards your Freizeitpark Ruhpolding Team
Written September 7, 2020
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Margarita L
Stockholm, Sweden1 contribution
Jul 2021 • Family
We had a fantastic experience with our 4 year old! Finally an amusement park where you don’t get the feeling of being a cash cow! Lots of things to see and do, with only a few requiring additional small payment. The food was great and very reasonably priced, the staff friendly and the park is kept clean and tidy. An amazing place for anyone with younger kids (up to early teens, I’d guess).
Written July 27, 2021
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Thank you for your feedback and visit! We are glad you enjoyed your day in the park. Best regards your Freizeitpark Ruhpolding Team
Written August 26, 2021
This response is the subjective opinion of the management representative and not of TripAdvisor LLC.

georgedoorsscores
Manchester, UK442 contributions
Jun 2015 • Couples
Walked from Ruhpolding along quiet roads, footpaths and forest tracks, just follow the yellow signs. It’s about 3 miles (5km) each way so allow about an hour each way if walking.

We’re not children and not even young but it was a damp day and we thought we’d have a look because it’s free with the eXtra card.

We walked around the whole park and tried most things. Everything apart from the dodgems and one other ride was included in the entry fee. As others have mentioned there is a small steam train ride and a small roller coaster which is the only modern thing I remember seeing. I think originally the park was based around the elves or were they gnomes? and German/Bavarian/European fairy tales and fables and has been added to over the years. There are lots of old fashioned fair ground stall games, some are a little ‘heath robinson’ but all are good fun (if maybe just a little bit dangerous). There are no health and safety police here, think U.K. up-to the mid 1970’s.

If you play the biathlon game the instructions are in German but basically you send the hare (wind a wheel) skiing up the biathlon track then start the stopwatch and then shoot the targets. We had a friendly English speaking German explain the rules otherwise we’d still be there tying to work out how it worked.

Restaurant and toilets were immaculate and looked to have been newly built. We had a coffee in the restaurant (self service) and I noticed they had a good selection of soft drinks, good beers, cakes as-well as hot food which having looked at the menu was (as we found throughout the whole area) very good value compared to the U.K.

We visited on a Monday as weekends (and holidays) are probably busier. Well worth a look for children 2-75yrs old especially if you have the eXtra card.
Written July 10, 2015
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powerwalkeruk
uk31 contributions
Jul 2011 • Couples
Ruhpolding is a very small village. There are very few shops selling the usual stuff for tourists. There are a few larger supermarkets on the outskirts. It does not take you long to walk round the centre. There are beautiful walks which are all very well sign posted. Once out onto the trails, the scenery is breath taking. Everything is in German and we found it difficult when ordering food and visiting attractions. There appears to be lots of English tourists but English translation is not supplied whereever you go. The only problem with Ruhpolding is that it is like a ghost town in the evening. After approx 7pm the town is empty and the majority of the hotel bars and restaurants close at 9pm. We did find the evenings long as there was nothing to do. We resorted to watching CNN on our room tv or going to bed at 8pm!!!. It would have been nice to go out for an evening drink with some music but this was not the case. We did enjoy our holiday but would not go back to Ruhpolding as we would prefer somewhere with a bit more life about it.
Written August 4, 2011
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Dream_harder
Stockholm, Sweden626 contributions
Apr 2016 • Family
It's like Gardaland writ small, sprinkled with the Grimm brothers and Teutonic myths themes. Plenty of things for kids to see and do, especially kids aged from 3 and up and even for the adults as well. Trampolines, slides, rope bridges, animated puppets, archery, ball tossing contests, a small rollercoaster... all that on a wooded slope in the Bavarian Alps.

Downside is the truly non-imaginative menu in the restaurant on the premises - pretty much everything is deep fat fried and french fries appear to be the only side dish in existence. Advice: plan the lunch elsewhere.

Overall: a half-day well spent. Definitely worth visiting, especially for families with small kids.
Written April 30, 2016
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Laura H
Langport, UK58 contributions
Apr 2014 • Couples
The park is aimed at children but we went as two adults and it was still fun and we had a go on some of the activities. There is a very steep walk to get to the entrance. Free entrance with the Ruhpolding Tourist Card.
Written May 13, 2014
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lostinprague
Prague, Czech Republic136 contributions
Jul 2016 • Family
There is a bit of a climb up a hill to get to the park and the first part of the park is for the small kids, which is nice, but is a bit overwhelming at first. Once you get your orientation going, it's easy to find the good stuff. Although it is limited in comparison to other themed parks around Europe, it's got enough things to keep all ages of kids entertained and there is also enough for the adults, who sometimes get too involved. Some rides are aged/height restricted, and the notices were in German, so be aware as some rides could be a bit dangerous otherwise. We were there on a overcast/damp day, so good shoes are a must as I had a small fall on a wooden bridge that damaged my knee - my mistake though. The kids were excited all the way through the park, and they wanted to stay longer, but after a few hours, we needed a break.
Written August 17, 2016
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Katherine H
Pfullendorf, Germany22 contributions
Sep 2014 • Family
We visited the park twice but would not go again. The first time we enjoyed ourselves as there were few people there. The next time when we were in the area we thought we would go again. There were more people.There was a game where you roll balls down the holes and the puppets climb the ropes. We waited half an hour and then asked the man who had been playing if we could have a go. He was rude and told us he could play as long as he wanted. When he finally moved on we bagan to play. After a moment we were asked by others to leave as they wanted to play. There was no personnel around to make sure everyone had a fair turn.It was the same for other games where others also dominated.
If you want to go ther you must be willing to be pushy so you get a turn or be pushed about. That is not our idea of fun.
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Written May 30, 2015
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J0anneVR
Melbourne, Australia71 contributions
Sep 2011
My family (5 and 9 year old children) were so impressed with this park. Gorgeous forest setting, with fairy-tale re-enactments and delightful rides and games. The roller-coaster was a huge hit, also the GIANT slide (on hemp sacks down incredibly long metal slides). The bathrooms were the cleanest and most luxurious that I've ever seen in a theme-park! This park is also a good option if the weather's damp as there's lots of shelter and under-cover rides. My kids didn't want to leave even after spending 3 hours there. We got in for free, with the tourist-pass given to us by our B&B. Note: There is a very steep hill to walk up from the car-park before you get to the entrance, and lots of ground to cover through the park.
Written October 13, 2011
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vickyandchris2015
Warrington, UK50 contributions
Jun 2015 • Couples
As a 65 year old couple and a 50 year old friend we caught the bus to the Freizeitpark and had a very enjoyable long morning. Most of the attractions are free and the restaurant was very reasonable.
Written July 15, 2015
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