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- We headed there last weekend and wow, it was truly worth a visit!
You have to sign in to an app before you walk in (and pay an entrance fee; parking, however, is free). There's a reataurant with a nice view (and the fries we had there were really tasty!), and a lot to do and see.
There's a path leading up, and then you can get even higher until you reach the very top and enjoy an absolutely fantastic view! But you can also walk through the forest and read about animals, have a look at some optical illusions, climb a wall, see animals, enjoy a playground and much more. There's also a house that's standing on its roof, but as the number of people being let inside is really limited right now, you better be prepared to wait at least one hour (and you have to pay 2€ extra for that) until you can enjoy it.Written June 3, 2021This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- We weren't sure about going to this place, but as we were in the town and had some time, and it was free with the card you get given at the hotel, we decided to try it out and we're really glad we did. It was just really good fun, lots of simple hands-on things to get you interested in how things work and why, and entertaining and educative for kids but for us too (we're not scientists!). We really enjoyed it, and everyone else who was there when we were there, regardless of age, was having a really great time too. Highly recommended.Written February 12, 2016This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- We drove to Sankt Englmar by car, parked it a bit underneath and then walked up. The park itself is free to enter, and a lot of attractions are free as well.
When you walk up, the first thing you spot is the Motorik-Wiese, or motor meadow. This area is more or less a playground for training your motoric abilities. People of all ages can use this area freely.
There were also some booths, selling sweets, hats, masks and wooden decorations.
A bit further are more areas for smaller children, a petting zoo, an indoor playground, bumper boats, and a lot more. Most of this park seems to be catered to families or smaller children, but there was still plenty and fun things for us to do as well.
We first tried the water tire slide, where you can slide down for 1€ per person. Don’t worry, you won’t get wet here, but it’s definitely a lot of fun!
Next we headed to the beer garden and the restaurant, where my mother sat down and enjoyed a cool drink. I tried the fries, which I thought were a tad expensive for 4,20€. The rest of the food, however, looked good and also seemed to be reasonably priced.
Afterwards we bought the chips (you need one per ride per person) we needed for the rollercoaster, the bayerwald coaster and the bayerwald bob. We bought 6 of them which costs 14,50€.
The first ride we tried was the rollercoaster called ‘da voglwuide Sepp’. The track is 755 metres long, rushing up and down the hill. The ride itself is fun and is suitable for the entire family, as children can ride this once they’re 4 years old (but need someone older to accompany them).
The Bayerwald Coaster is on the other side of the staircase and it’s an all-weather track railway , built on stilts. It’s 1000 metres long and two people can ride this one. Kids can ride it from 3 years up, but under 8 they need to have a chaperon riding with them
This ride was a lot of fun, and rushing downwards with max 40 km/h is great!
A bit further is this tower, from which you can take the 300 metre long Bayerwald Fox. But you can also get down quickly in one of the slides. These slides are free to use, and if you’re hungry then you can get a snack or a crepe right here
Or you can play minigolf for 2€ per person
All in all this park is suited fort he entire family, and there is a lot to do for the kids. There’s not as much for older ones, but we still had a lot of fun and I’m really glad that we stopped by.Written February 10, 2021This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
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