The Luisenpark is divided in an upper and a lower part. The lower Luisenpark is the oldest part of the park, and entry is free. The upper Luisenpark charges an admission fee, but it also has a lot more to offer.
Drift lazily in gondolettas on the Kutzerweiher lake, climb over the stones in the mountain stream and experience a real Chinese tea ceremony.
In the conservatory, you can discover not only tropical plants but also hundreds of species of colourful butterflies as well as fish, monkeys, crocodiles and many other exotic animals. Outside you will find cows, sheep, guinea pigs, storks, flamingos and more. The daily feeding of the penguins is quite the spectacle. Don't miss it!
The park has many different playgrounds. Climbing, swinging, sliding, digging, and trampoline jumping — kids will love it! Parents can lounge on the free-to-use deck chairs.
There are various restaurants, cafés, and kiosks in the park, but you can also bring your own food and beverages.
Attractions in Luisenpark
- Kutzerweiher lake with gondolettas
- Seebühne stage for concerts & events
- Chinese Teahouse with gardens
- Seasonal themed gardens
- Diverse flora and fauna
- 6 playgrounds, trampolines and miniature golf
- Sound oasis with relaxation area and sun beds
- Heinrich-Vetter-Weg, sculpture path with works of art
- Leisure meadow
Top tip: On winter evenings, the "Winterlichter" event transforms the park into a vibrant sea of lights of all shapes and colours. In the summer, you can enjoy the music offered by the "Seebühnenzauber" concert series with its open air stage in the middle of a lake.