Wildpark Alte Fasanerie Klein-Auheim
Wildlife Park in Hanau
Wildpark Alte Fasanerie Klein-Auheim is a wildlife park located in the town of Klein-Auheim, which is part of the city of Hanau in Germany. The park covers an area of around 80 hectares and is home to various species of animals that are native to the region.
The park was founded in the early 20th century as a game reserve for hunting purposes, but it was opened to the public as a wildlife park in 1967. Today, visitors to the park can observe animals such as wild boars, red deer, fallow deer, mouflons, raccoons, lynx, wolves, and foxes in natural habitats.
In addition to observing the animals, visitors can also participate in various activities at the park. There are several walking trails that lead through the park, allowing visitors to explore the different habitats and observe the animals up close. There is also a petting zoo where children can interact with domestic animals such as goats and sheep.
Furthermore, the park offers educational programs for school groups, as well as guided tours and special events throughout the year. Visitors can also enjoy a snack or a meal at the park’s restaurant, which serves regional cuisine.
Visiting Wildpark Alte Fasanerie Klein-Auheim
Opening times March to October: 9am to 6pm (park clusure is one hour later), November to February: 9am to 5pm (park closure is at 5:30pm)
Entrance fee: adults 7 €, pensioners 5 €, children 3.50 €, families (2 adults plus up to 4 children) 19 €