Corona regulations for the wildlife park visit:

The Saxon Switzerland-Eastern Ore Mountains district has exceeded the 35 incidence for the fifth day in a row. According to the current Saxon Corona Protection Ordinance, stricter regulations will apply again from Thursday, September 16, 2021. Since there is no indoor area with us, there is NO 3G regulation and contact tracking until the new corona protection regulation.

The wildlife park team looks forward to welcoming you. We are of course aware of our responsibility and after the reopening we will fully implement the current ordinance to combat the corona pandemic in Saxony.

The park opens daily from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (admission closes at 4:30 p.m.). An appointment reservation is no longer required.

There is a mask requirement at the entrance, in the toilets and where the distance cannot be guaranteed and people meet - it must be a medical mask, i.e. either a simple surgical mask or an FFP2 mask (no self-sewn or fabric mask).

Due to the vastness of the wildlife park, there are numerous opportunities to spread out within the wildlife park and keep your distance. If the number of visitors is too high, we reserve the right to temporarily close the wildlife park.

There is no more contact tracking.

The wildlife park shop has now reopened. "Futterkrippe" offers to-go lunch.

We wish a Lot of fun!

Between Lauenstein and Geising

An incredible adventure for children and adults in a suggestive location between Lauenstein and Geising. When walking in the spacious grounds, you will not only come across native

animals, which usually are not so easy and close to observe. In addition to native ungulate species (fallow deer, red deer an roe deer), it will be possible for you to observe lynx, wildcat and raccoon, as well as white-tufted monkeys, coatis, Asian Pygmy Otters and Bennett´s kangaroos in a natural environment. Rabbits, guinea pigs, the animals in the petting zoo and in the large playground with a climbing castle are particularly popular among the youngest visitors.


On warm days there is usually a lot going on at the glass beehive. In the fields of the park herb islands have been created on which typical spice and medicinal plants of Central Europe thrive. Several interesting festivals such as those devoted to Pentecost, Indians, Knights, or Autumn as well as Oktoberfest take place every year.


The Hatmannmühle:


The Wildpark-Stüb´l, with its beer garden, offers a wide range of food, drinks and refreshments. For clubs, groups and families, the “Heimatstube” can be used for social gatherings.


Sanitary facilities for the disabled and free parking for cars and buses are available.


A tour with the zookeeper to feed deer and wild boar or in the petting zoo is always an incredible experience.


Dogs are allowed on a leash.

Foray through the wildlife park

Here you can experience the animals up close. You get feeding cups for selected animals. This is how you get really close to the animals.

Update Corona:

At the moment there is no test or proof requirement. An appointment reservation is no longer required.

The feed manger offers to-go offers. The wildlife park shop is open (mouth protection required).

Mouth protection applies at the entrance, in the shop, in the toilets and there where the distance of 1.5m cannot be maintained.

We hope you have fun.



Auch für dieses Jahr sind erst einmal keine Veranstaltungen geplant.