Surrounded by the charming heath countryside in the nature reserve lies the Wildpark Lüneburger Heide, a place that is equally enchanting and inspiring. With over 1,000 animals and around 130 species, this wildlife park is home to more species than any other in the north. Here, you can see some very special animals, including snow leopards, brown bears and prairie dogs.
At Wildpark Schwarze Berge, a wildlife park just outside Hamburg, you are invited to wander around 50 hectares of parks and observe European and North American animals in their natural habitat. Kids will love watching the more than 100 different animal species close up and there’s also a very popular petting zoo with goats and pot-bellied pigs.
At the Müden Wildlife and Adventure Park, which covers an idyllic 10 hectares along the river Örtze, you can watch 200 wild animals in their natural habitat at close quarters. Featuring a circular trail, a learning path and an insect hotel, the park offers pure relaxation and a wonderful voyage of discovery to the land of elks, deer and raccoons.
The only one of its kind in Europe, the Film Animal Park Eschede near Celle is an unmissable attraction for animal lovers: the 120,000m² park is home to many animals that have starred in film and TV productions. The Film Animal Park is part of the training grounds of the world-famous film animal trainer Joe Bodemann. You can watch the daily training session, pet real wild animals and predators at the film animal show and revisit much-loved animal stars in the museum.