Lüneburg Heath Wildlife Park is a animal park near Nindorf in the municipality of Hanstedt in the north German state of Lower Saxony. The park is home to around 1,000 animals including snow-leopards, bears, wolves, mooses, lynx, reindeers, uapitis, polar foxes, feral cats, raccoons, yaks and even dogs-of-prairie. The main and most recent attraction is the Siberian tiger. There is also and adventure playground for young kids and an interesting show with birds of prey.
Park is relatively inexpensive (€9.50 euros per person (adult), 3 – 14 years (children) €7,50 euros) and you can take your own food into the wild park and eat in the many picnic areas. To save carrying you can borrow a pull along cart. There are restaurants for food and drinks within the wild park, which are reasonably priced and not over the top. You need lots of one euro coins for the animal food vending machines.
Lüneburg Heath Wildlife Park is a calm and relaxing site with a beautiful landscape but doesn’t offer anything for thrill seekers.
Overall, A great family trip. It’s location just off the A7 freeway which makes it easy to get to and you only need need half a day. Also low ticket prices makes the park good value for money!.
Location: Wildpark 1, 21271 Nindorf-Hanstedt, Germany
Tickets: Adults 10€, Children 8€. Parking is free
The park is open all year.Top Rides
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