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The Wildpark Grafenberger is an attractive destination for families every day of the year and in almost any weather. Tucked away in the Grafenberg Forest, Wildpark Grafenberger Wald is the best place to see wild animals in their natural habitat. The wildlife park is home to more than 100 animals and is spread across a vast land of 40 acres. There are plenty of things to do at Wildpark Grafenberger to make the most of your holiday!
Enjoy The Many Things To do At Wildpark Grafenberger
Of course, the best thing to do at Wildpark Grafenberger is to see the animals. However, in the 40 hectare area, most of the animals in their spacious and natural enclosures can decide for themselves if and when they want to show themselves to the visitors. You have to be patience to be able to spot the beautiful animals. Red deer, roe deer, mouflon and wild boars, which are so popular among the youngest visitors, are at home in the Grafenberg Forest. Other park-dwellers are pheasants and partridges, as well as, in particular, predators, foxes, polecats, wild cats and raccoons. Bee house, natural pond and anthill complete the local animal family of the game park.
For decades, the game park in the Grafenberg Forest and the Waldschule have been an important recreational and recreational destination for the people of Düsseldorf. The Waldschule uses its potential to further profile itself through specially tailored modern teaching as an important extracurricular learning place to convey the importance of the forest. The excursion dates are so popular with the Dusseldorf, that they are often booked months in advance. With the construction of the new forest school building, there is now the opportunity to further expand and strengthen this place as an important player in extracurricular education. Get your Wildpark Grafenberger tour to the Forest School in advance before it's all booked.
The playground is one of the best things to do at Wildpark Grafenberger for both parents and children. In the center of the park - next to the forest school - there is a spacious children's playground. The parents can sit back and relax at our various picnic tables and benches and watch the kids play. Swings, a sand play area with excavator and shop, seesaws, a fairway, a climbing house with a slide, and a barefoot path invite to playful discoveries. You should definitely do this during your Wildpark Grafenberger tour.
How to Get Tickets?
There is no admission fee to enjoy the things to do at Wildpark Grafenberger. However, the Park will be happy to take donations from visitors.
How To Get Around?
You can get around the Park by walking or by driving. There is a bus stop just a few minutes from the Park if you wish to go somewhere after your Wildpark Grafenberger tour.
What Should I Wear?
Pick the dresses of your choice.
Best Time to Visit
You can visit Wildpark Grafenberger at any time of the year. It is mostly crowded during the weekends.
Will I Need a Guide?
You do not need a service of a guide to explore the park. You can download the Park's map on their official website and use it as a guide when you visit the Park. You can also find everything you need to know about the Park on this website before you go.
How To Get There?
The main entrance is located at the Wildparkparkplatz. You can get to the Park by subway number U83 and tram number 709 to and stop at Gerresheim or Krankenhaus. From here, you can just walk for a few minutes to the entrance of the Park. If you drive, use Google Maps to guide you to the Park.
As a matter of principle, visitors to the wildlife park do not have to 'leave their lanes', so that the animals can really visit their usual resting places and thus always have the opportunity to retire. Only in this way can the animals stay undisturbed and feel safe even with a high volume of visitors. Please note that due to the construction work for the new forest school, there may be short - term restrictions in the area of the construction site and please observe the corresponding signage on site. Also, there is no catering in the game park.Please remember to bring a picnic, something to drink or food.