Nestling in delightful heathland, Lüneburg Heath wildlife park has more than 1,000 animals from approx. 130 different species, making it the most bio-diverse wildlife park in Germany's north. In addition to elks, wolves, snow leopards, brown bears and many other animals, the park now has a completely new attraction – Siberian tigers. Visitors can also watch birds of prey and a daily otter feeding session.
Nestling in delightful heathland on the edge of a nature conservation area, Lüneburg Heath wildlife park is the perfect place to relax and be amazed. With more than 1,000 animals from approx. 130 different species, Lüneburg Heath wildlife park is the most bio-diverse wildlife park in Germany's north. You can learn all about a number of special animals including snow leopards, Kodiak and brown bears, coatis, wolves, elks, lynxes, reindeer, wapitis, arctic foxes, wild cats, racoons, yaks, Poitou donkeys and prairie dogs.
NEW: Siberian tigers Visitors can also get up close to birds of prey at two daily demonstrations from spring to autumn, a daily otter feeding session and a wolf presentation. Whatever your age, you're sure to enjoy an 'adventure with nature' at Lüneburg Heath wildlife park. With a number of other highlights for kids including an adventure playground, water playground and pets corner, a visit to the park promises to be a truly memorable experience.
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