Evenburg mit Evenburgpark in Leer
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Accessible Attractions


Here you will find offers for individual nature adventures and recreational activities in Lower Saxony. While hiking or cycling, discover hidden spots where you can relax and recharge your batteries. Alternatively, visit one of the region’s many amusement and adventure parks. Lower Saxony boasts a wide range of tourist attractions, from technology and natural science centres through to opportunities to experience nature. All leisure activities have been created with great attention to detail and are tailored to the individual needs of guests.

Accessible Attractions

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Park der Gärten (Park of Gardens) in Bad Zwischenahn


One of the most splendid parks in Germany invites young and old alike to experience its charms. Here you can pick up ideas for your own garden, or simply spend a relaxing day with family and friends.

Jugendherberge Mardorf


The Mardorf youth hostel is located on Lower Saxony's largest lake. The Steinhuder Meer offers plenty of opportunities here for surfing, sailing or relaxing on the lake beach.

Alfsee Piazza Ringhotel and Restaurant


The 3-star superior Alfsee Piazza Ringhotel is situated at the heart of the Alfsee Holiday and Leisure Park in the north of the Osnabrücker Land.

Herrenhäuser Gärten
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Royal Gardens of Herrenhausen


The Royal Gardens of Herrenhausen in Hannover are among the most beautiful parks in Europe.

Exterior view
© Hotel Sellhorn/ Tobias Trapp

Ringhotel Sellhorn


Heathland meets metropolitan flair

Heidehotel Bad Bevensen
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Heidehotel Bad Bevensen in the Lüneburger Heide


Heidehotel Bad Bevensen is located in a quiet location on the edge of woodland in the spa town of Bad Bevensen in the Lüneburger Heide.

Meyers-Hof
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Zoo Hannover


The zoo displays over 2,000 animals in the exciting gorilla mountain, jungle palace, Mullewapp, Meyer´s farm, the Australian Outback, Zambezi and Yukon Bay themed areas.

Exterior view of the phaeno
© phaeno / Janina Snatzke

phæno Wolfsburg


From fire tornadoes to the “Hexenhaus” (witch's cottage), phæno is a world of adventure for the whole family

Im Zoo Osnabrück leben vom Aussterben bedrohte Sumatra-Tiger
© Zoo Osnabrück

Osnabrück Zoo


Opened in 1936 as a “domestic animal garden”, Osnabrück Zoo is now home to some 2,700 animals of almost 300 species with the various themed areas cover an area of 23.5 hectares.

spatial impression
© Museen Stade / Axel Hartmann

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