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An interesting 2 hrs. activity, nature and semi nature go hand in hand.

We entered the park at about 2 o'clock, a ticket for 2 cost 13 euro, the park is quite hilly and... read more

Reviewed 19 November 2017
JW_Dam
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Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Good for a stop. Try to time for the show.

About 35 years ago, I visited here as a kid and it does not seem to have changed all that much. The... read more

Reviewed 7 June 2017
dooandherb
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Florida
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| Pelm, 54570 Daun, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany
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Reviewed 19 November 2017

We entered the park at about 2 o'clock, a ticket for 2 cost 13 euro, the park is quite hilly and there is a big half ruined half restaurated castle, the Kasselburg. At some hours there is a show with eagles. Further there are cages...More

2  Thank JW_Dam
Reviewed 1 October 2017 via mobile

We went on a nice day in October. The bird show was really nice, make sure you catch it. Interesting for both young and old.

Thank Albertus M
Reviewed 16 August 2017 via mobile

At first sight it might seem like a nice trip with the family. You get to see majestic animals up close, you can feed the goats and the deer etc. What most people don't realize is how awful it is for those animals who spend...More

Thank Lieke K
Reviewed 7 June 2017

About 35 years ago, I visited here as a kid and it does not seem to have changed all that much. The falcon shows are at 11am and 3 pm so try to time it to see one of those. Pretty cool for the kids....More

Thank dooandherb
Reviewed 16 October 2016

The birdshow is very well done. Many different birds and many picture opportunities. The wolves are also very close when they are fed. The ruins are interesting and well worth a walk through with cages with more birds

Thank Fir S
Reviewed 19 July 2016 via mobile

This park is a true little marvel. Situated some 3 KM from the city of Gerolstein - in Kasselburg to be precise. The bird shows (11:00 and 15.00h) are very interesting but all in German. They have owls, bussards, falcons, red and black kites and...More

Thank Tornado0963
Reviewed 4 April 2016

We visited this park with the whole family age 1.5 till 83 and everybody enjoyed the walks, the animals, bird show ald feeding of the wolves.

Thank Ingrid D
Reviewed 21 October 2015 via mobile

Enjoyable walk Nice site Castle impressive, birds were housed in there Wolves - never saw due to my arrival time - guess they were hiding

Thank Roger C
Reviewed 28 September 2015

We came here especially for the wolves, and we didn't get disappointed, they have 14 timber wolves and 2 arctic wolves. We also enjoyed the birdshow, neve seen vultures in a show. Climbed the very high castletower and enjoyed the view. A lovely park especially...More

Thank Pixynka
Reviewed 27 July 2015

Out of the many displays of Birds of Pray, that I have watched, this must be the far best one, very impressive. The wolves are fascinating and watching them getting fed is an experience for life. There is a lovely walk around the area, and...More

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